Bil Browning

Weekly Reader: Evan Bayh, Smear the Queer, & Waiting for Rights

Filed By Bil Browning | November 06, 2010 6:00 PM | comments

Filed in: Marriage Equality, Weekly Reader
Tags: Election Day, Evan Bayh, smear the queer

The midterm elections dominated the news coverage this week and Bilerico Project was no exception. But we didn't just bring you the election results, we also published some of the best political commentary and queer news bits around. blue-dog-democrats.pngYou know, posts like these:


Georgia Megachurch Pastor Jim Swilley Comes Out Filed by: Betty Greene Salwak
Numbers Alone Don't Move a Movement Filed by: Lisa Weiner-Mahfuz


No More Smear The Queer Filed by: D Gregory Smith
Why This Election Matters More Than You Think Filed by: Jerame Davis


Media still has a ways to go in reporting on transgender people Filed by: Alex Blaze
This Is Not Your Country Filed by: Terrance Heath


The Democrats will not get the message Filed by: Alex Blaze
The Impact of the Midterms on Repeal in the Lame-Duck Filed by: Jarrod Chlapowski


Waiting for Rights Never Works Filed by: Waymon Hudson
What Democrats Can Learn from Indiana's Election Results Filed by: Bil Browning


Victoria Kolakowski: A Judge, Or A Transgender Judge? Filed by: Dr. Jillian T. Weiss
Democratic leader in Iowa Senate vows he'll block vote on gay marriage Filed by: Joe Mirabella

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SameSexSunday had a really great pre-election special episode with some superstar guests like Diego Sanchez and Rea Carey. It may be post election now, but the show is still super-insightful because we discuss what comes next as well.