March 2, 2008

TransLaw at Harvard: Discussions of Law, Justice and Equality

Filed by Donna Rose | March 02, 2008 | 10:40 PM | comments

I'm in chilly Cambridge, MA at Harvard Law School this weekend (yes, that Harvard) participating in a Trans Law conference organized by Harvard Law School Lambda. It's comprised of a number of panels led by an impressive array of nationally...Read More

Women's History Month: Standing on the Shoulders of Giants

Filed by Serena Freewomyn | March 02, 2008 | 1:35 PM | comments

When we kicked off Women's History Month yesterday, I gave you a quote from my favorite historian Gerda Lerner. Here's another one from my favorite book The Creation of Feminist Consciousness: . . . [E]ducated women have had to develop...Read More

Leadership Open Thread: What Makes a President?

Filed by Dustin Kight | March 02, 2008 | 12:03 PM | comments

Let us leave "facts" aside for a minute, disputed as they often are. Let us instead engage in the narrative that has developed (and sharpened) over the past few months of the Democratic primary -- that one candidate represents experience...Read More

Last Week Was So Gay

Filed by Serena Freewomyn | March 02, 2008 | 11:50 AM | comments

Haven't you always wished that you had Tivo for your favorite blog? Well, you do. It's called the weekly round up. Here's the best that TBP had to offer last week. At the top is a guest post from Barack...Read More


Barack Obama: Homotextual

Filed by Ed Team | March 02, 2008 | 7:31 AM | comments

"We have to have a government that works for ordinary people. We've got to be able to bring the country together so we have a working majority for change. We have to break down some of the ideologically driven polarization...Read More

We are the Ones by

Filed by Michael Crawford | March 02, 2008 | 7:28 AM | comments

iPhone users: Click to watch video in YouTube App This my America. Your America. Our America. We are the ones we've been waiting for....Read More