Bil Browning

Weekly Reader: LGBT politics, Rosie, & holding hands

Filed By Bil Browning | October 24, 2009 6:00 PM | comments

Filed in: Weekly Reader
Tags: best of Bilerico, holding hands, LGBT politics, Rosie, Rosie O'Donnell, Weekly Reader

The past week has been huge for forward progress in LGBT political news. Between the administration's clarified definition of "family," HHS's announcement of the creation of an LGBT senior resource center, HUD's new study on LGBT discrimination in housing, and the Senate's passage of hate crimes legislation, the fundies must be going apoplectic. We, however, kept delivering some of the best LGBT content on the web like these gems:

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Martinis With Fred Phelps Filed by: Peter Monn and Alex Paredes (Bilerico-Indiana)
Norfolk Country Club Bars Same-Sex Family Membership in Vote Filed by: Michael Hamar (Bilerico-DC)
Dan Gelber Garners LGBT Endorsement in hotly contested FL AG race Filed by: Nadine Smith (Bilerico-Florida)

Sunday

Equality Across America wants you Filed by: Diane Silver
My Cleaning Trolley, just in case real cleaning wasn't fun enough Filed by: Alex Blaze

Monday

The APLA AIDS Walk, the Age of Aquarius, and people like me Filed by: Karen Ocamb
Click Here To Email 36 U.S. Representatives Unconfirmed on ENDA Filed by: Dr. Jillian T. Weiss

Tuesday

High School Hand Holding as Punishment... with a Dash of Internalized Homophobia Filed by: Waymon Hudson
Sexy and queer religious imagery Filed by: Alex Blaze

Wednesday

Glee star Corey Monteith thinks you're the jazz Filed by: Bil Browning
Growing Calls for Immigration Reform That Leaves No Family Behind Filed by: Steve Ralls

Thursday

Rosie and Kelli Working on Their Issues; So Is the Media Filed by: Dana Rudolph
Inside baseball: The all-male college "gay problem" Filed by: Austen Crowder

Friday

Histórica aprobación de ley federal para prevenir crímenes de odio Filed by: Pedro Julio Serrano
Top 10 Out Gay Male Pop Stars Filed by: Phil Reese

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