Bil Browning

Weekly Reader: Pat Robertson, Redheads, & Marriage Equality in Iowa

Filed By Bil Browning | September 23, 2011 6:00 PM | comments

Filed in: Marriage Equality, Weekly Reader
Tags: best of Bilerico, Iowa, marriage equality, Pat Robertson, redheads, Weekly Reader

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When a Prominent Marriage Activist Gets Divorced Filed by Davina Kotulski
Marriage Equality Comes to Archie Comics' Riverdale Filed by Waymon Hudson


Anti-gay Televangelist Pat Robertson Redefines Marriage Vows Filed by Karen Ocamb
Courage Campaign Flashmobs Bachmann Filed by Bil Browning


Black Trans Respondents Fared Worse In Discrimination Survey Filed by Dr. Jillian T. Weiss
Special Election Puts Marriage Equality at Risk in Iowa Filed by Joe Mirabella


Is Dan Savage Really This Naive & Uninformed? Filed by Guest Blogger Angela Brightfeather
Montana State Bar Elects First Openly Gay President Filed by D Gregory Smith


Today We Are Not Celebrating: Don't Ask to Fight Their Wars Filed by Yasmin Nair
Santorum Demands Google Change Search Results Filed by Bil Browning


The Twilight of the Redhead Filed by Mark S. King
Bill Hicks on Gays in the Military Filed by R Conrad


Personae: Gender Fluid Gem Filed by Gloria Brame, Ph.D.
One Year Ago: The End of Florida's Anti-Gay Adoption Ban Filed by Nadine Smith

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