Bil Browning

STFU gays, a kitchen magnet, vegans, & Rep Joe Wilson

Filed By Bil Browning | September 11, 2009 12:30 PM | comments

Filed in: Marriage Equality, Weekly Reader
Tags: California, Don't Ask Don't Tell, Joe Wilson, Lissa Young, Nashville, National Equality March, Obama heckler, same-sex marriage, STFU Gays, Tennessee

Every Friday, I roundup some of the best flotsam and jetsam that comes into the tip box but doesn't make it into a full post. Here's what I've got to share this week.

Use this an open thread. Blogwhore your own writing, link us to stuff we should see, or just tell us how you're doing. Your call.


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We're just flattered to be featured. Thank you, Bil.

Have you heard of Homoshame? (http://www.homoshame.com). It's the same premise as STFU Gays (and Parents and Marrieds, both also on Tumblr) but with random photos instead of a focus on Facebook.

And since I'm talking about blogs, I may as well pimp my own work, hearts for dinner (http://heartsfordinner.wordpress.com). Tommorow I begin my 13-part ANTM recap series! :D

The Vegans article has caused quite a stir since its rather insulting to trans people.

For blogwhoring, well, of course!

http://www.dyssonance.com

FUN, JOYFUL, PLAYFUL, SEXY (do yo think they can tell I like it?)

Western WA. Action Alert:

There will be a demonstration in Mt. Vernon, WA. against Glenn Beck and Mayor Bud Norris for giving him to the key to the city, at McIntyre Hall (2501 East College Way) on the campus of Skagit Valley College, Saturday, September 26th at 5:30 p.m. PDT.

This will be a peaceful demonstration, emphasizing the theme that "hate isn't a Skagit Valley value".