Bil Browning

Weekly Reader: A Christmas Miracle, Homeless LGBT Youth, & Homonationalism

Filed By Bil Browning | December 24, 2010 1:00 PM | comments

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Tags: best of the week, gay Christmas, homonationalism, LGBT homeless youth, Weekly Reader

Several Bilerico Project contributors were honored this week to watch as President Obama signed the repeal of Don't Ask Don't Tell into law, but our top story this week was our plea for a Christmas miracle for Betsie Gallardo. The HIV+ Haitian immigrant is dying of cancer in a Florida prison and has been refused medical clemency and IV nutrition because "she's going to die anyway." IMG_5836.jpgWhat else could you have missed this week? Great posts like these:

Sunday

Living at the intersection of yes and no Filed by: Gloria Nieto
No Homonationalism Filed by: Jessica Hoffmann

Monday

A Shining Star of Activism in the Arizona Desert Filed by: Bobby Parker
Milk Photographer Jerry Pritikin is OK with HRC at Castro Landmark Filed by: Karen Ocamb

Tuesday

Christians May Irk, but Christmas Doesn't Filed by: Diane Silver
Is it too soon to celebrate the end of DADT? Filed by: Davina Kotulski

Wednesday

Remember our homeless gay youth this holiday Filed by: Rev Irene Monroe
Let's Talk about "Tranny" - Media Criticisms Filed by: Tobi Hill-Meyer

Thursday

How Gay Is Christmas? (Really Gay) Filed by: Steven Cheslik-DeMeyer
Fear and Loathing at the Eye Doctor Filed by: Paige Schilt

Friday

Queer music Friday - Bulent Ersoy Filed by: Alex Blaze

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