Bil Browning

Weekly Reader: Transgender Pinocchio, Gay Monsters, & Roasting a Lame Duck

Filed By Bil Browning | October 02, 2010 6:00 PM | comments

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Tags: best of Bilerico, lame duck

While we brought you ongoing coverage this week of "Cupcakegate" after an Indianapolis bakery refused to sell cupcakes or cookies to LGBT organizations for National Coming Out Day - including the outpouring of support from Indy Quentin.jpgresidents and businesses - there were plenty of other fantastic posts on Bilerico Project this week. Did you miss any of these?


Challenging Obama's UN Speech: 'Democracy' Doesn't Mean 'Equality' Filed by: Andrew Belonsky
Transgender Pinocchio Filed by: Bil Browning


A Few Words From Blanche Lincoln Filed by: Don Davis
Bishop Long Will 'Fight' Sexual Coercion Charges But Doesn't Say How Filed by: Karen Ocamb


Why LGBT Hoosiers should vote for a Republican over a Democrat Filed by: Chris Douglas
A Day Of Desperation - One Year Later Filed by: Michael Hamar


I Am Not A Burned Down House Filed by: Terrance Heath
Join The Impact Chicago and GetEqual Flashmob Targets Rep. Dan Lipinski of Illinois Filed by: Dr. Jillian T. Weiss


Roasting a Lame Duck Filed by: Jarrod Chlapowski
Gay student commits suicide after privacy violation Filed by: Alex Blaze


My Forbidden Love for Gay Monsters Filed by: Mark S. King
It Gets Better Filed by: Rev. Emily C. Heath

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Bil - remember that post some time ago about "Heaven" - the Trans Blackface schtick?


Now maybe you see that as light entertainment. People's tastes differ.

But I think you can see the point of some who called it racist, transphobic, misogynistic, and offensive. Or maybe not.