Bil Browning

Alec Baldwin, Grindr, & the Right to Discriminate [Weekly Reader]

Filed By Bil Browning | March 01, 2014 10:00 AM | comments

Filed in: Weekly Reader
Tags: Alec Baldwin, best of bilerico, Grindr, homophobic legislation, right to discriminate, weekly reader

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Ugandan President Signs 'Jail the Gays' Bill Filed by John M. Becker
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'Researcher' Paul Cameron 'Open To' Gay Death Penalty Filed by John M. Becker
Leave Alec Baldwin Alone! Filed by Guest Blogger Damon L. Jacobs


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Bachmann to Blitzer: Tolerate Evangelical Intolerance Filed by John M. Becker
Clarence Thomas, Jordan Davis, & "Sensitivity" About Race Filed by Terrance Heath


Tea Party Leader: Brewer Veto Means Penis Cakes, Porn Filed by John M. Becker
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