Bil Browning

Meningitis, Value Voters, & Vintage Homophobia [Weekly Reader]

Filed By Bil Browning | October 19, 2013 10:00 AM | comments

Filed in: Weekly Reader
Tags: homophobia, meningitis, meningitis vaccine, Values Voter Summit, vintage movie

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

In Memoriam: Matthew Shepard Filed by John M. Becker

Sunday

It Must Be a Catholic Daycare Filed by Bil Browning
Are You Gay Enough to Register a '.Gay' Domain Name? Filed by Guest Blogger Raymond King

Monday

Help Me Protect the LGBT Community from Meningitis Filed by John M. Becker
On Monday Morning: Can You Solve This Brainteaser? Filed by Bil Browning

Tuesday

Tea Party Delusion in Full View at Values Voter Summit Filed by John M. Becker
Racists, Homophobes, & the GOP All Love Special Rights Filed by Karen Ocamb

Wednesday

Marriage Suits in MI, 18 Other States. Where's WI? Filed by John M. Becker
Losing It: The Best of Stephen Colbert Filed by Bil Browning

Thursday

Christie: If My Kid Was Gay I'd Oppose Their Marriage Filed by John M. Becker
Vintage Homophobia, Modern Victim Blaming Filed by Alex Blaze

Friday

Fake PAC Targets Gay New Orleans Traffic Judge Candidate Filed By Bil Browning
France: No Special Opt-Out Rights For Anti-Gay Mayors Filed by John M. Becker


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