Bil Browning

Weekly Reader: Gay Subculture, Retro Bilerico, & Little Zeus

Filed By Bil Browning | October 07, 2011 6:00 PM | comments

Filed in: Weekly Reader
Tags: best of Bilerico, Little Zeus, Weekly Reader

Thumbnail image for weeklyreaderblock.pngYou weren't able to read every post on Bilerico Project last week? Don't worry! Every Friday I round up the best Bilerico posts from the past seven days to help you stay up to date on the latest queer news and analysis.

Saturday

The Little Zeus's Room Filed by Paige Schilt
Fairness WV Brings GLBT Activism To Small Town Appalachia Filed by Ed Kennedy

Sunday

Watch: Obama at HRC Gala & Some Political Impressions Filed by Karen Ocamb
Dr. Mary Edwards Walker: Civil War Surgeon Filed by Guest Bloggers Judd Proctor and Brian Burns

Monday

Do Liberals Criticize Obama Because He's Black? Filed by Alex Blaze
Occupy Wall Street: Generate Power Filed by Sara Whitman

Tuesday

Gay Resumes Get Fewer Calls Filed by Alex Blaze
Trans Job Applications: To Name or Not To Name? Filed by Dr. Jillian T. Weiss

Wednesday

Retro Bilerico Flashback Filed by Bil Browning
Bert & Ernie Should Be Friends with Benefits Filed by Tobi Hill-Meyer

Thursday

13 Years: Happy Anniversary to Jerame & Me Filed by Bil Browning
Is My Generation Destroying Gay Subculture? Filed by Adam Polaski

Friday

The Top 10 Potential Presidential Candidates for HRC Filed by Viktor Kerney
Dallas Rides Into Town with a Cute Cowboy in the Saddle Filed by Father Tony

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