Bil Browning

Weekly Reader: Faggots, Child Witches, & Ryan White

Filed By Bil Browning | October 31, 2009 6:00 PM | comments

Filed in: Weekly Reader
Tags: best of Bilerico, gay news, Weekly Reader

I think this was one of Bilerico's best weeks ever. Not only did we have some highly popular emotional and entertainment posts this week, but our political coverage was spectacular. What other LGBT site covered the hate crimes bill signing - and gave you personal posts from contributors who attended? Combine that with our Ryan White Act reporting and a big dose of health care breaking news and you've got a recipe for Bilerico! Here are the posts you won't want to miss from the past week:

PS - Did you go vote for Bilerico Project as the best blog from Indiana? Help us win first place (We're in 10th currently! A bunch of corporate blogs are beating us!).

Sunday

TV ads aren't the answer in Maine Filed by: Matt Foreman
The Gay Hate Crimes Crisis Isn't Over Yet Filed by: David Badash

Monday

I have a problem with faggots Filed by: Bil Browning
War is anti-LGBTQ Filed by: Alex Blaze

Tuesday

Bend (Over) It Like Beckham Filed by: Prince Gomolvilas
Drag memorabilia: vintage Finocchio's postcard Filed by: Gloria Brame Ph.D.

Wednesday

WWJB: Where Would Jesus Bank? -or- Jesus Doesn't Bank Here Any More Filed by: Bil Browning
Child witches, demons, and LGBT youth Filed by: Rev Irene Monroe

Thursday

The beginning of the end Filed by: Cathy Renna
LGBT History: A British Bisexual and American Religious Liberty Filed by: Patricia Nell Warren

Friday

When the Government does Right Filed by: Rebecca Juro
Dragon Age: Origins and Buttsex Filed by: Jason Tseng

Bilerico Nation

William & Mary Students Pick Transgender Homecoming Queen Filed by: Michael Hamar (B-DC)
Transgender Comics: "Between the Lines" Filed by: Austen Crowder
Help Us Stop Murder Music in Miami Filed by: Nadine Smith (B-FL)

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