Bil Browning

Weekly Reader: The Pope Song, Small Appliance Orgasms, & George Rekers

Filed By Bil Browning | May 08, 2010 6:00 PM | comments

Filed in: Marriage Equality, Weekly Reader
Tags: best LGBT blog, George Rekers, small appliance orgasms, the Pope Song

One of the things I've noticed about TBP is that we're constantly expanding our coverage; our growth rate has also shot up dramatically over the past month. This week our contributors posted so much great content that we published an average of Toastergasms116 posts per day covering the gamut of queer life. Here's some of the best from this week:

Sunday

Stripping for a living ain't so bad Filed by: Cassandra Keenan
A squeeze play on DADT repeal? Filed by: Austen Crowder

Monday

An Open Letter to My Senators Filed by: Gloria Nieto
The Soldiers' "Telephone" Parody: Harmless Fun or Gender Violence? Filed by: Steven Cheslik-DeMeyer

Tuesday

The Pope Song: Possibly Mother F#$&ing Offensive Filed by: Nathan Strang
Current ENDA Language Regarding Transgender Workers Revealed, Concerns Mount Filed by: Rebecca Juro

Wednesday

Small Appliance Orgasms Filed by: Gloria Brame Ph.D.
Texas considers another transsexual-cissexual marriage Filed by: Alex Blaze

Thursday

When Gay Becomes A Weapon Filed by: Andrew Belonsky
Crossdressing Chinese reality show contestant gets rude treatment Filed by: Bil Browning

Friday

Florida Taxpayers Paid Reker's $120,000, Twice What Was Initially Reported Filed by: Nadine Smith
Why Immigration Reform Is Good for the LGBT Agenda Filed by: Dr. Jillian T. Weiss

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