Bil Browning

Weekly Reader: Mary Cheney, Phone Sex, & Women's Breasts

Filed By Bil Browning | June 05, 2010 6:00 PM | comments

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Tags: best gay blog posts, Mary Cheney, phone sex, Weekly Reader, women's breasts

What a week of conversation on Bilerico! My three part series, "Is GetEqual the New HRC?" (Part 1: Follow the Money, Part 2: Behind the Veil, and Part 3: Through a Glass Darkly) sparked tons of comments and two guest posts from GetEqual Managing Director Heather Cronk (A Response and Clarification, and GetEqual Responds Again). Telerotic4.jpgWith so many weighing in on those posts, you might have missed other great articles like these:

Sunday

Mary Cheney: Look in the Mirror, Sister Filed by: Sara Whitman
The broader ramifications of DADT repeal...even in slo mo Filed by: Nan Hunter

Monday

Discrimination in the Military: 1942 Filed by: Dr. Jillian T. Weiss
Daytona's gay magazine drops the "G" word Filed by: Tom Brown

Tuesday

Secrets of the Masturbatory Male Filed by: Mark S. King
Rand Paul Wants It Both Ways Filed by: Terrance Heath

Wednesday

Grindr: Lowering the barriers to casual sex Filed by: Jerame Davis
Will Rep Mark Kirk's outing stick? Filed by: Phil Reese

Thursday

New Rules For The Barracks Filed by: Father Tony
In Anti-Gay Letter to Karger, a Test for the GOP Filed by: Andrew Belonsky

Friday

One thing we all agree on: If children see a breast, they die Filed by: Alex Blaze
LA County Votes to Boycott Arizona After Public Hearing with Gay Testimony Filed by: Karen Ocamb

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