Bil Browning

Weekly Reader: Abraham Lincoln, Nerve Tonic & Complimenting Trans People

Filed By Bil Browning | September 18, 2010 6:00 PM | comments

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Tags: Abraham Lincoln, best of Bilerico, complimenting trans people, nerve tonic

Bilerico Project made national news this week when I reported that Indiana Republican congressional candidate Marvin Scott's campaign manager was tweeting anti-gay, racist and xenophobic screeds. After the local and national media followed up on the story, the man resigned his position but the candidate went before the Indianapolis Star editorial board and made anti-Muslim remarks on his own while calling for the federal government to shut down Twitter and Facebook. MarvinScott-antigay-slurs7.jpgWhat else did we feature? Great posts like these:


Why are you friending me? Filed by: Phil Reese
Abraham Lincoln - Was He Gay? Part 2 Filed by: Michael Hamar


Lesbians' home burned to the ground Filed by: Alex Blaze
Oh my nerves! Vintage advertising Filed by: Gloria Brame Ph.D.


LGBT Equality Issues Take Center Stage in Most Watched US Senate Race Filed by: Nadine Smith
Remembering the Tel Aviv Tragedy Through Social Media Filed by: Leone Kraus


Credit for Reid? Who Cares? Just Keep Pushing. Filed by: Jarrod Chlapowski
The art of complimenting trans people Filed by: Guest Blogger Drew Cordes


H.E.R.O., GetEQUAL Disrupt Senate Armed Services Hearing Filed by: Dr. Jillian T. Weiss
Will Tea Party climate repeal "Don't ask, don't tell"? Filed by: Rev Irene Monroe


HRC Blames Prop 8 Trial Ruling, NOM for Possible Democratic Loss of Congress Filed by: Karen Ocamb
GOProud, aka what happens when you build a gay FreedomWorks Filed by: Adam Bink

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