Bil Browning

Bisexual Trees, Slapping Bullies, & House Faggots [Weekly Reader]

Filed By Bil Browning | June 22, 2012 5:30 PM | comments

Filed in: Marriage Equality, Media, Transgender & Intersex
Tags: best of Bilerico, bisexual trees, Buckeye, house faggots, LGBT bullies, Slapping, Weekly Reader

weekly-reader2.jpgYou 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 White House LGBT Reception Marriage Proposal Filed by Bil Browning
Do You Support the Death Penalty? [Open Thread] Filed by Bil Browning

Sunday

The Lizz Winstead Inspired Open Thread Contest Filed by Bil Browning

Monday

Puzzling Out the Phelpsians Filed by Leslie Robinson
Texas Justice: Slap the Bully Filed by James Holmes

Tuesday

It Is Not Transphobic to Treat Trans Men as Men Filed by Tobi Hill-Meyer
Ohio's State Tree Is Bisexual Filed by Bil Browning

Wednesday

It's Time for the Senate to Walk the Walk on ENDA Filed by Rebecca Juro
Students Watch Porn & Masturbate in Class for 'Gay Test' Filed by Bil Browning

Thursday

Lost in Space: Danger LGBT Community, Danger Filed by Mark Segal
Using 'House Faggot' Is Not Okay, Dan Savage Filed by Viktor Kerney

Friday

Gay Candidate Within Striking Distance in Michigan Filed by Bil Browning
Outlaw Marriages Past & Present Filed by Jesse Monteagudo

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