Bil Browning

Gainsville, bachelorette parties and Craigslist

Filed By Bil Browning | March 25, 2009 4:00 PM | comments

Filed in: Marriage Equality, Weekly Reader
Tags: Chicago, Gainesville, George Weber, LGBT news, Rascall Flatts

I've noticed over the past year we've drifted more and more toward opinion pieces or lengthy essays on the Project. That's not a bad thing; not by any means. One of the drawbacks though is that some regular news gets overlooked. As we start working on our upcoming redesign, one of the areas we plan on adding is a strictly news section.

Until then, here's a few of the recent stories that didn't spark anyone to post, but you should know about:

What else happened that we missed?


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Upon moving to the Tampa area of Florida a few weeks ago, I've kept a close eye on the news from Gainesville regarding both this, and the "transgender bathroom" issue there as well. I'm thrilled to see that this was repealed.

Regarding Gainseville, as this is one case where despite the propaganda lies about the bathroom stuff the voters ended up on our side it'd be great to get a good understanding of how these lies can be defeated.

It's awesome news.