It's my great privilege this morning to announce that we've got three fantastic new contributors joining Bilerico Project today. These three men are real influences in the LGBT community and we're lucky they asked if they could make Bilerico home.
Andrew Belonsky is a New York-based journalist and a former Queerty editor. He currently writes for the New York Daily News, the LGBT blog AKAWilliam, the Huffington Post and has filled in as Gawker's night editor.
Cleve Jones was the organizer and public face of last year's National Equality March and the founder of the NAMES Project AIDS Memorial Quilt. Cleve also co-founded the San Francisco AIDS Foundation in 1983, providing life-saving services at the height of the epidemic.
Marc Solomon is the marriage director for Equality California, where he is responsible for the organization's efforts to restore the right to marry in California. Prior to joining Equality California in April 2009, Marc served as executive director of MassEquality, the statewide organization that led the effort to protect equal marriage rights in Massachusetts.
Please join me in welcoming them to their new blog family!