Bil Browning

Weekly Reader: CPAC, Reagan, & Burning Down a Christian's House

Filed By Bil Browning | February 12, 2011 6:00 PM | comments

Filed in: Weekly Reader
Tags: best of Bilerico, burning down a house, CPAC, Ronald Reagan, Weekly Reader

With CPAC starting this week, I knew I had to scoot over and get some of the inanity on camera. Be sure to check out today's video of the ex-gay leader who supports LGBT relationships and the Stonewall Ronald_Wilson_Reagan_Cowboy_Poet.gifriots or yesterday's interview with the leader of a white supremacist group that's fine with gay people. What else happened in the queer blogosphere this week? Here's some of the best posts from the past week on Bilerico:

Sunday

When Was the Last Time a Christian's House Was Burned Down? Filed by: D Gregory Smith
Revisiting the Reagan Nightmare Filed by: Terrance Heath

Monday

Ronald Reagan's Real Legacy: Death, Heartache, and Silence Over AIDS Filed by: Karen Ocamb
Injustice At Every Turn: Study of Trans Discrimination Filed by: Dr. Jillian T. Weiss

Tuesday

When You Take Protein Powder to Creating Change Filed by: Phil Reese
Kentucky Supports LGBT Anti-Discrimination Measures Filed by: Alex Blaze

Wednesday

Engaging 'The Enemy' Filed by: Bil Browning
What Should Gays and Lesbians Do to Help Trans People? Filed by: Joe Mirabella

Thursday

Strong Stuff Filed by: Anthony Carter
Haitian Vodou and the Acceptance of LGBTQ Identities Filed by: Rev Irene Monroe

Friday

When Rape Crisis Support Staff Attack Filed by: Tobi Hill-Meyer
A Short History of Physique Magazines Filed by: Jesse Monteagudo

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