February 4, 2008

Abigails XRated Teen Diary - I'm What???

Filed by Abigail Hannon | February 04, 2008 | 10:38 PM | comments

iPhone users: Click to watch video in YouTube App Some people say my uncle looks like Rich Fulcher of the hit UK comedy "The Mighty Boosh". And theyd be rite. abigailsteendiary for more :)...Read More


A message to LGBT Americans: I want to be your President

Filed by Guest Blogger | February 04, 2008 | 7:45 PM | comments

[EDITOR'S NOTE:] Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton issued this guest post to talk about her support for LGBT civil rights. As I have traveled around the country these past twelve months, what I sensed in my heart has been confirmed...Read More


Two One last items on the LGBT issues just before Super Tuesday

Filed by Alex Blaze | February 04, 2008 | 6:56 PM | comments

[ED NOTE:] I've updated Alex's post to link back to Senator Clinton's guest post here on the Bilerico Project. I hadn't had a chance to put up the guest post before Alex posted about it. [ED NOTE from Alex: Meh,...Read More


Sex(ism) and gender and everything that comes next

Filed by Andrea Hildebran | February 04, 2008 | 4:22 PM | comments

Check out this much-needed commentary by Robin Morgan on the sexism displayed in the presidential race so far. Whoever you want to see win the presidency (I am personally so deeply moved by both Clinton and Obama to the point...Read More


Abstaining from the Reality of Gay Familes

Filed by Terrance Heath | February 04, 2008 | 2:20 PM | comments

This Friday, I had something anyone who's ever lived through the first few months of parenting a newborn will understand is something to be treasured: a day off. The rest of the family left the house in the morning, and...Read More


Black History LGBT Profiles: Pam Spaulding

Filed by H. Alexander Robinson | February 04, 2008 | 2:00 PM | comments

Pam Spaulding is the editor and publisher of Pam's House Blend, honored as "Best LGBT Blog" in the 2005 and 2006 Weblog Awards and ranked in the top 50 progressive political blogs. "The Blend," which averages 110,000 visitors a month,...Read More


The Gender Anarchist

Filed by Waymon Hudson | February 04, 2008 | 1:01 PM | comments

Many of you know my interest in writing about and discussing gender issues. It seems I have been labeled by some as a “gender anarchist”, looking to tear down old paradigms of “man and woman” to make myself more comfortable....Read More


Hope in the Neighborhood

Filed by Jessica Hoffmann | February 04, 2008 | 12:29 PM | comments

As election fever intensifies, I've found myself saying, over and over, to slightly baffled listeners, "No, I haven't really been watching the debates"; "No, I didn't see that big speech"; "Um, no, I'm honestly not sure of the distinctions between...Read More


Gladys Bentley: Bad as She Wants to Be

Filed by Rev Irene Monroe | February 04, 2008 | 12:20 PM | comments

Black History Month. Black History Month is that time of year when the achievements and courage of people of African descent are acknowledged and celebrated. However, for decades now, Black History Month has not once acknowledged or celebrated the contributions...Read More


Finnie's Ball

Filed by Monica Roberts | February 04, 2008 | 11:43 AM | comments

New York wasn't the only place having drag balls. When the Great Migration began out of the rural Deep South, African-Americans congregated in large northern cities such as New York, Detroit and Chicago. That migration also included Afican-American SGL peeps...Read More


Clinton or Obama: Clinton of course - Here's why

Filed by Jerame Davis | February 04, 2008 | 11:00 AM | comments

Since we've had an Obama lovefest on the site of late, I thought it was time we gave Hillary a bit of love. Hillary Clinton is the right candidate for this point in our history and gets my wholehearted endorsement...Read More


Recruit. Rally. Repeal.

Filed by Steve Ralls | February 04, 2008 | 10:55 AM | comments

As I pointed out in my very first post here at Bilerico, there are many reasons that LGBT Americans should care about the fight to repeal "Don't Ask, Don't Tell," the ban on lesbian, gay and bisexual military personnel. Whether...Read More


A Post-Culture War America?

Filed by Sheila S. Kennedy | February 04, 2008 | 9:45 AM | comments

[EDITOR'S NOTE:] Former contributor Sheila Kennedy noticed Michael Crawford's poll on Democratic presidential candidates and sent us a copy of her next Word column. Sheila has decided to endorse Barack Obama, but lives in Indiana (which has a very late...Read More


Obama Fathered A Black Child!

Filed by Storm Bear | February 04, 2008 | 9:22 AM | comments

click to enlarge This past Sunday, my wife and I were having a bite to eat at a local burger joint when the table next to us started talking about how Barack Obama was a Muslim. This is a...Read More


An Open Letter to Bob Cesca

Filed by Bruce Parker | February 04, 2008 | 8:30 AM | comments

Dear Bob, Recently over on The Huffington Post, you declared that "It’s Time For Progressive Bloggers To Choose a Candidate.” In the words of my Southeast Kentuckian mom, “You are not the boss of me.”...Read More


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'Family values' only for the right families

Filed by Ed Team | February 04, 2008 | 7:40 AM | comments

"I stood and looked out the window watching two mothers and three children playing in the snow while a baby slept upstairs. This was the picture of two happy families, neighbors having a great time, the epitome of 'family values.'...Read More


Are you a California voter?

Filed by Bil Browning | February 04, 2008 | 7:18 AM | comments

iPhone users: Click to watch video in YouTube App If you're a registered Independent voter in California, you can still vote in the Democratic primary tomorrow! Just ask for a Democratic ballot! Yes, it's that simple. Watch this funny YouTube...Read More