Alex Blaze

Great posts while Bil's away: DADT, Black History Month, and the Democrats' inaction

Filed By Alex Blaze | February 06, 2010 7:00 PM | comments

Filed in: Weekly Reader
Tags: bisexual, Don't Ask Don't Tell, gays in the miltary, lesbian, LGBT, News, trangender

This past week you all were left with just me when it came to the edteam, as everyone else went to Dallas for Creating Change. The other contributors and I didn't do a terrible job without Bil and the gang, though, and here are some posts that you may have missed.

Sunday

Catholics For Equality by Father Tony

My Daily Spiritual Practice by D. Gregory Smith

Monday

Moving forward on employment, with or without ENDA by Nan Hunter

This trans rapper is Heaven by Bil Browning

Tuesday

When our Honor Code becomes a Jilted Lover, it wants revenge by guest blogger Dan Choi

Gay, trans, man, and pregnant: Let's talk about cognitive dissonance in the media and the movement by Antonia D'orsay

Wednesday

Democrats Play Shell Game With Gay Rights by Dr. Jillian Weiss

Community Responds to Vandalism Hate Crime by Tobi Hill-Meyer

Thursday

A Tax Break Isn't Worth Having the Government Treat Being Trans as a Disease by Alice Kalafarski

Monogamy: Gender vs. Sexual Orientation by Michele O'Mara

Friday

More on Gender Controversy in Sports by Patricia Nell Warren

Do we still need to celebrate Black History Month? by the Rev. Irene Monroe

DADT and the Silence / Silencing of Queer Anti-War Voices by Yasmin Nair

Saturday

Good Christians motivated only by their moral values by Alex Blaze

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