Bil Browning

Republicans, Femmes & Wet Noodles [Weekly Reader]

Filed By Bil Browning | September 28, 2013 12:00 PM | comments

Filed in: Weekly Reader
Tags: Barilla pasta, best of Bilerico, best of bilerico, femme lesbians, Indiana, Indiana marriage amendment, Republican voters, wet noodles

weekly-reader2.jpgYou weren't able to read every post on Bilerico Project last week? Don't worry! Every weekend 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

Please Pray With Us, Not Prey on Us Filed by Michael Emanuel Rajner

Sunday

Finland's Parliament to Reconsider Marriage Equality Filed by John M. Becker
Clinton Plays Coy About Her Presidential Ambitions Filed by Bil Browning

Monday

How to Cat Call Appropriately Filed by Bil Browning
2013 Emmy Writers Imply Homosexuality is a 'Lifestyle' Filed by John M. Becker

Tuesday

Trans Homecoming Queen Heartbroken by Hateful Backlash Filed by John M. Becker
Majority of Indiana Republicans Oppose Marriage Amendment Filed by Bil Browning

Wednesday

Fundies Getting Desperate as Public Embraces Equality Filed by Jeff Lutes
Where Have All The Femmes Gone? Filed by Tobi Hill-Meyer

Thursday

Barilla Noodle Chief: Gays Can Eat Someone Else's Pasta Filed by John M. Becker
What Pope Francis Has Known About Gay Priests Filed by Rev Irene Monroe

Friday

Bisexuals Finally at the Table Filed by Amy Andre
From a Gay Italian American to Guido Barilla Filed by Guest Blogger Laura Belmonte


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