Bil Browning

Roll Out the Welcome Wagon

Filed By Bil Browning | November 09, 2009 8:30 AM | comments

Filed in: Site News
Tags: D. Gregory Smith, Toni D'Orsay

WooHooo! I just love announcing new contributors. Today is such a good day, I get to do it twice!

Toni D'Orsay: Antonia D'orsay is an advocate and sociologist based out of Phoenix Arizona working for several organizations in an advisory capacity, where she works on issues of empowerment, education, and language within and without the LGBT community under the pen name of Dyssonance.
Past Guest posts: Chaz Bono & Media Representation of Trans People, It is time for an Agenda to really exist, Dyssonance: Then and Now

D. Gregory Smith: Greg Smith is a gay, HIV+ native Montanan, a Rome-educated former priest who is now a mental health therapist, health educator, activist, spiritual adventurer and overall wiseguy who loves to write. He blogs at From Eternity to Here.
Past Guest posts: The Secret Weapon in HIV Treatment, Being Gay IS a Choice

Please join me in welcoming our two newest family members!


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Well I already know I will love reading both of you! Welcome!

Welcome Dyss & D! Bilerico gettin hotter!

Awesome choices Bil! Our little group here (what are we, like almost 80 strong now?) just keeps getting better and more diverse and interesting all the time!

I'm delighted that both Greg and Toni/Antonia/Dyssonance (which name does she prefer?) will be regular contributors. I enjoy their insights.

Near as I can tell, she's not to picky about which one is used, but generally gets by with either Toni or Dyss.

Thanks so much for the welcomes, and the opportunity!
G