Adam Bink

Adam Bink

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Adam Bink has been a Project Contributor since November 2009, has written 24 entries and currently lives in Washington, DC.


Adam Bink is the Online Strategy Manager at Progressive Strategies, LLC, and writes at, a national political blog, where he focuses on progressive infrastructure issues and LGBT politics.

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More united than divided: Coming together for Patrick Murphy

Filed by Adam Bink | October 21, 2010 | 7:30 PM | comments

For those of you who follow LGBT politics, you'll know there's a lot of what some call "infighting". Infighting over tactics, messaging, how much Obama should be supported vs. criticized, and the like. It can get distracting and sometimes very...Read More


Live today at 2 PM EST- Mayor Steve Pougnet takes your questions

Filed by Adam Bink | September 21, 2010 | 10:30 AM | comments

Please join us today at 2 PM EST for a live chat with Mayor Steve Pougnet, the Democratic nominee for Congress in CA-45 (against incumbent Republican Mary Bono Mack). Continuing our series of live chats with selected pro-equality candidates in...Read More

GOProud, aka what happens when you build a gay FreedomWorks

Filed by Adam Bink | September 17, 2010 | 8:30 AM | comments

I see that GOProud, an organization that was billed to be a new kind of Log Cabin Republicans but has turned into a hybrid Uncle Tom apologist for kind-of-pro-gay-but-only-when-people-ask-about-it, not-anti-equality-but-not-gay-bashing-either Republicans, is now working to take down Barney Frank. Today,...Read More

Live at TBP tonight at 6 PM- Rep. Paul Hodes, NH Democratic nominee for Senate

Filed by Adam Bink | September 15, 2010 | 2:30 PM | comments

Please join us at 6 PM EST tonight for a live chat with Rep. Paul Hodes, the Democratic nominee for the open Senate seat in New Hampshire. I am a big believer that if you're going to make a criticism,...Read More

What is the state of gay online media?

Filed by Adam Bink | June 29, 2010 | 6:30 PM | comments

In the last few years, there has been a lot of ink (some of it digital) spilled on the decline of print media as news and entertainment outlets, and the shifts to online. Last week's piece by Michael Lavers in...Read More