Bil Browning

Weekly Reader: The Navy, Kissing, & the Ex-Gay Jesus-Fix-It Perpetual Emotion Machine

Filed By Bil Browning | January 15, 2011 6:00 PM | comments

Filed in: Marriage Equality, Weekly Reader
Tags: best of Bilerico, don't like kissing, Weekly Reader

This week on Bilerico Project there was quite a bit of discussion about the role of impassioned rhetoric in the media and by politicians in the aftermath of the Arizona shootings. Of course we also brought you tons of navydrag.jpggreat content like these best posts from the past week:

Sunday

The 'Undo Everything' Congress Begins, With Health Care Filed by: Terrance Heath
#SSS: A Look at 2011, the Repeal of Don't Ask Don't Tell Signing, and GOProud Filed by: Joe Mirabella

Monday

The Hottest Brazilian of 2010 (Because You Asked) Filed by: Prince Gomolvilas
Palestinian Queer Activists to Tour United States Filed by: R Conrad

Tuesday

Showtime's 'Shameless' Gay Character Says Being Gay is a 'Choice' Filed by: Karen Ocamb
Country Singer Chely Wright: "Coming Out Hurt My Sales" Filed by: Toshio Meronek

Wednesday

The third way to same-sex marriage Filed by: Alex Blaze
I Don't Like Kissing! Filed by: Michael Buckley

Thursday

The Ex-Gay Jesus-Fix-It Perpetual Emotion Machine Filed by: Mercedes Allen
Huckleberry Finn's N-word: Artistic Integrity or Ethnic Property Rights? Filed by: Rev Irene Monroe

Friday

The Navy's a Drag: Vintage Photo Filed by: Gloria Brame, Ph.D.
Anti-gay Fundie Opens Teen Coffeeshop; Hires Child Molester to Run It Filed by: Bil Browning

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