I recorded an interview with Bilerico contributors Ryan Conrad and Yasmin Nair earlier this week on their book, Against Equality: Queer Critiques of Gay Marriage.
While I don't agree with everything they said, their critique does have some valuable components worth listening to, particularly the part about how the LGBT movement decides its priorities. It's something I've been saying for a while - there are lots of great people willing to do great work, but only some will get the funding they need to devote themselves full-time, hire staff, create a nice website and brochures, host conferences, etc. The process by which those few are chosen is left to those with money to donate.
The other part worth listening to is when I pwn Yasmin and Ryan because they inadvertently admit that they aren't actually against equality.