Serena Freewomyn

Is It Already Saturday?

Filed By Serena Freewomyn | August 23, 2008 6:00 PM | comments

Filed in: Marriage Equality, Weekly Reader
Tags: Barack Obama, Dachau, hate crimes legislation, Holocaust, John McCain

With all of the coverage of the Olympics and the week-long speculation about Obama's VP choice (make sure you see Waymon's extensive post about Biden's LGBT voting record), the days kind of ran together for me this week. I can't believe it's already Saturday! If you caught a case of the ho-hums like I did, perhaps these TBP articles will cheer you up.

Monday
The Rodney Dangerfield of Nations - Kate Clinton
FYI: Obama Supports Hate Crime Legislation and McCain Doesn't - Karen Ocamb
Gay Lifestyles: Is it Hip to be Square? - Jesse Monteagudo

Tuesday
Will "Feminist for Obama" Help Us at the DNC? - Rev. Irene Monroe
Marriage and Religion in the Public Square: No, They Don't Have To - Alex Blaze

Wednesday
Yellow Peril: A Chinese American's Olympic Struggle - Jason Tseng
Dachau, Death, and This Man - Alex Blaze
Know Thy Neighbor - Anthony Niedwiecki

Thursday
A Trans Story of Support and Acceptance - Waymon Hudson
Why Is "Taxes" a Dirty Word? - Brynn Craffey
The British Orgy Daddy and the Island Boy - Father Tony

Friday
Out Women on the Beijing Podium - Patricia Nell Warren
What Are Black Conservatives Conserving? - Bishop Mahee
McCain Antoinette - Waymon Hudson

And just in case you missed it, here's extended coverage of the out athletes in Beijing from Patricia Nell Warren on NPR.


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