Bil Browning

Shock & Awe in the LGBT Blogosphere

Filed By Bil Browning | June 20, 2009 6:00 PM | comments

Filed in: Marriage Equality, Weekly Reader
Tags: best gay blog posts, roundup, Weekly Reader

This week was absolutely full of LGBT news that reminds you of the war in Iraq. From the shock of Indiana Equality opposing ENDA and calling it "segregation" to the awe of Obama's domestic partnership memo, it seemed like we were being led into something shady by our leaders, eh? Here's the best posts from this week:

Friday

Another Brutal Murder Filed by: Tobi Hill-Meyer
Passing (Or Not) at the Pool Filed by: Paige Schilt
Hate Violence Report Sites the Changing Face of Crime Filed by: Keri Renault (B-DC)

Thursday

And We Are Not Saved: The Opposition To ENDA From The Left Is Mistaken Filed by: Dr. Jillian T. Weiss
AMERICAblog, interrupted Filed by: Alex Blaze

Wednesday

Tyler is 'Divorcing' the 'Abusive' Democratic Party Filed by: Karen Ocamb
Speaking Washington's Language: Money and Media Filed by: Waymon Hudson

Tuesday

He's Not Your Daddy, or: Obama and the Personal Politics of Gay Marriage Filed by: Yasmin Nair
Recap: DC marriage equality twists and turns Filed by: Michael Crawford

Monday

Cleve Jones Responds: 10 Reasons Why a March Isn't a Bad Idea Filed by: Guest Blogger Cleve Jones
Gay dad gets a good ruling from the Georgia Supreme Court Filed by: Nancy Polikoff
Transgender Comics: Closetspace Filed by: Austin Crowder (B-IN)

Sunday

Was Jesus Gay? The Detective Story Continues Filed by: Patricia Nell Warren
GLBT Peeps, If You Want Your Rights, Fly This Flag Filed by: Monica Roberts
End This Sneaky Way To Rig Elections Filed by: Nadine Smith (B-FL)

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