Bil Browning

Weekly Reader: Battling Nuns, Football, & a Teabagger Friend

Filed By Bil Browning | November 20, 2010 8:00 PM | comments

Filed in: Marriage Equality, Weekly Reader
Tags: battling nuns, best of Bilerico, football game, nuns, Weekly Reader

While all of today's posts on Bilerico Project have honored the Transgender Day of Remembrance and the many transfolk who have been killed for simply being themselves, we covered quite a bit more during the week. Managing Editor Alex Blaze had the week off and contributor Thumbnail image for Mark and Bilerico Grab.jpgMark King stepped into the breach and brought us some of the funniest pop culture posts we've seen on TBP. What else could you have missed? Great posts like these:

Sunday

Football player not allowed to play because of the color pink Filed by: Alex Blaze
#SSS: All things 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell' repeal from DADT experts Filed by: Phil Reese

Monday

Me, my Tea Party friend, and gay marriage Filed by: Drew Cordes
Positive vs. Negative: The Truce is Broken Filed by: Mark S. King

Tuesday

Freddy Phelps Is Comin' To Jersey Filed by: Rebecca Juro
Love letter from DC: 'You Are Sick People' Filed by: Gloria Nieto

Wednesday

Everyone Talks About the Weather Filed by: Kate Clinton
An experiment: Can we do it? Filed by: Bil Browning

Thursday

Standing Up for LGBT Families in This Congress, This Year Filed by: Steve Ralls
Nuns Join The Battle For The Soul of American Catholicism Filed by: Father Tony

Friday

National Media Spotlights GetEqual In DADT Protests Filed by: Dr. Jillian T. Weiss
Phyllis Frye becomes Associate Judge of Houston Municipal Court Filed by: Nancy Polikoff

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