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Weekly Reader: Glee, the Pope, & Bareback Porn

Filed By Bil Browning | April 17, 2010 6:00 PM | comments

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While we've more than doubled our traffic over the past year, the past two weeks have set new records; what better time to announce changes we're making to help Bilerico grow even further? This week we brought you news about our upcoming Editorial Advisory Board and were proud to announce three new contributors: Cleve Jones, Marc Solomon and Andrew Belonsky. While you're waiting on them to post for the first time, there's still plenty of fantastic content like this:

Sunday

Mitchell Gold: Fighting The Crisis Of Religious Bigotry Filed by: Betty Greene Salwak
Vehicle of Bigotry: Lies of the Truth Truck Filed by: Keri Renault

Monday

Barney Frank: Lobby like the NRA Filed by: Alex Blaze
Could the Pope Be Arrested in Britain? Filed by: Michael Hamar

Tuesday

Montana: Homophobic dad gets schooled Filed by: Bil Browning
Bareback porn and effective organizing for a healthier community Filed by: Adam Bink

Wednesday

Is GLEE Really A Friend of the LGBT Community? Filed by: Dr. Jillian T. Weiss
You've Got (Hate) Mail: Ex-Gay Faux "Intellectual" Conservatism Edition Filed by: Waymon Hudson

Thursday

Are You Sex-Positive? Sexual? Sexy? None Of The Above? Filed by: Father Tony
Doc and Raider: a (somewhat) brief history Filed by: Sean Martin

Friday

Vintage Lesbian Demographics Filed by: Gloria Brame Ph.D.
Poisonous Parenting: The "Puppies" Edition Filed by: Terrance Heath

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