After reading Bil's 2007 wrap up featuring the best posts from friends of Bilerico, I thought why not do the same for Bilerico contributors. We have a great group of writers with lots of things to say. Sometimes they say it on Bilerico and sometimes they say it on other blogs.
So, here is the Best Posts From Bilerico Contributors That You Won't Find on Bilerico:
Brent Hartinger: In Just Because I'm Paranoid Doesn't Mean People Aren't Out to Get Me Brent takes conservatives in states like Alabama who are trying to remove LGBT books from public libraries.
David Mariner: In ENDA: Straight Acting Only? David offers his take on the controversy surrounding the Employment Non-Discrimination Act.
Don Sherfick: I am bending the rules a bit to include Don's post Einstein's brain, DP benefits, tiny robots, Hershman and SJR-7...what a mix! because it deals with the very dangerous attempt to amend the Indiana constitution to ban gay marriage.
Eric Leven: Unloads on his thoughts on crystal meth, bareback sex and gay men in Barebackers, Meth Heads, Young Guys, Sex Parties and Everything Else We Love to Blame.
Mattilda Bernstein Sycamore: gives us the details about an episode of public sex that we all wanted to know, but were afraid to ask about in polite company in Embarrassed to be There, and Ready to Take Advantage.
Nina Smith: Money Makes a Family (Fertility and Finances) is a smart series of posts for lesbians considering having or adopting babies.
Pam Spaulding: In Addressing the Problems of Imus and Hip Hop Pam serves up a strong brew looking at homophobia in hip hop music, the racist, sexist and homophobic ravings of Don Imus and Black gay bloggers leading the charge in combatting both.
Sean Kosofsky: In What Does Pride Mean to You? Sean looks at the meaning of Gay Pride, our fight for civil rights and why its important to have a little party in your politics and a little politics in your party.
Storm Bear: Offers his take on the ongoing controversy around abortion in We Need More Dead Baby Jokes.
Terrance Heath: In The Queer Thing About School Shooters Part 2 Terrance looks at how the pressures facing both gay and straight to live up to a certain code of masculinity and the connection to recent episodes of school shootings.
Waymon Hudson: In We Are Family Waymon looks at how political candidates are trying to use "family values" as a weapon against LGBT people and how we are defining our own families.
Michael Crawford: In a bit of self promotion, I offer my take in the infighting and drama found in the LGBT movement in Fight the Right, Not Each Other.