Bil Browning

Weekly Reader: Queer Parents, Gay Jesus, & the End of the LGBT Blogosphere

Filed By Bil Browning | April 09, 2011 6:00 PM | comments

Filed in: Marriage Equality, Weekly Reader
Tags: best of Bilerico, Gay Jesus, gay parents, lesbian parents, LGBT blogosphere, Queer Parenting, Weekly Reader

While our posts spanned the gamut of LGBT life this week, one of the areas I've concentrated on is getting your input for our soon-to-be-revealed redesign and some of my personal issues with the state of support for progressive and Sydney Mardi Gras Parade 2008LGBT bloggers. What else have we featured? Great posts like these:

Sunday

Charlie's 'Torpedo of Truth' Sinks... Charlie Sheen Filed by: Mark S. King
Karger Wins New Hampshire Republican Straw Poll Filed by: Karen Ocamb

Monday

LGBT Social Media Ethics: Please Don't Post That! Filed by: Leone Kraus
Lesbian and Gay Parents Jumping Through Hoops Filed by: Dana Rudolph

Tuesday

QNotes: Marriage Equality or Bust? Filed by: Dr. Jillian T. Weiss
Why Black Fear Matters Filed by: Anthony Carter

Wednesday

The End of the LGBT Blogosphere As We Know It? Filed by: Bil Browning
The Night I Believed Jesus Was Gay Filed by: Joe Mirabella

Thursday

The LGBT Population Is Not 9 Million Filed by: Alex Blaze
Maryland Nondiscrimination Bill Marks Potentially Life-Saving Advance Filed by: Guest Bloggers Mara Keisling & Lisa Mottet

Friday

NOM Bus-Tour Bigot Comes Out for Marriage Equality Filed by: Phil Reese
Paul Ryan & Welfare Reform's Catastrophic Success Filed by: Terrance Heath

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