Bil Browning

Bilerico Weekly Reader 8/2-8/7

Filed By Bil Browning | August 08, 2009 6:00 PM | comments

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Tags: best of Bilerico, Weekly Reader, weekly reader

Without a doubt, Projectors - instead of contributors - gave us the best content of the week. If you haven't had a chance to read the moving and beautiful comment thread on my post, "Do you know someone who died of AIDS?", you're missing one of the most heartbreaking and yet uplifting threads in Bilerico history.

Bilerico Nation

If You Work for a Private Employer in DC, You Want to Know This Filed by: Nancy Polikoff (Bilerico-DC)
Transgender Comics: Interview with Erin Lindsey Filed by: Austen Crowder (Bilerico-Indiana)
Jesse's Journal: Do We Need "Role Models"? Filed by: Jesse Monteagudo (Bilerico-Florida)


A Road Trip, Told as a Series of Pit Stops Filed by: Paige Schilt
Michelle's Garden: The Big Oops Filed by: Patricia Nell Warren


What Were You Doing 25 Years Ago? Filed by: Nadine Smith
Gay Self Hate Filed by: Michael Buckley


LGBT Challenges: True Leadership Filed by: Phil Reese
A Supremely Ridiculous Argument Filed by: Dana Rudolph


Barbed Walls Filed by: Sara Whitman
Why "Sex Change" Surgery is Medically Necessary Filed by: Mercedes Allen


How A Feminist Found Her Sexism Filed by: Guest Blogger Helen Boyd
He's in love with a GRAMP! (Gay, Rich, Alone, Middle-aged, Positive) Filed by: Father Tony


La orientaciĆ³n sexual no se puede cambiar Filed by: Pedro Julio Serrano
Queer music Friday - Matt Alber Filed by: Alex Blaze

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