Bil Browning

Some exciting Chemistry

Filed By Bil Browning | June 13, 2008 9:00 AM | comments

Filed in: Site News
Tags: blog partnerships,, gay relationships, Helen Fisher, LGBT relationships

I'm proud to announce that Bilerico Project is partnering with! The founder of Chemistry, Dr. Helen Fisher, will be guest posting every Sunday evening about LGBT relationships for the next month. Dr-Helen-Fisher.jpgThey'll also be advertising on the site - and sponsoring our Ask Michele and Fiercely Fannie advice columns.

Don't worry, we're not selling out; there's no money changing hands. Chemistry considers us "one of the fastest growing LGBT blog sites" and they'll be e-mailing their hundreds of thousands of LGBT members weekly to tell them so!

Be sure to be nice to the new visitors. No hazing! Next week will be a big week for LGBT news, and it's fantastic that has decided to share our site with their members. Be sure to give their ads a click and check out their relationship quiz to thank them for partnering with the Bilerico Project.

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Next week will be a big week for LGBT news

I've been out of it for a bit. What is happening next week??

Also, my vote was to be be sponsored by the Craigslist casual encounters section.

Is there a way to get to be more inclusive of some members of the T who don't identify as Men or Women? (If you use the only options you have for identifying yourself are "Man" or "Woman.")

Brynn Craffey Brynn Craffey | June 13, 2008 2:18 PM

Welcome, Dr. Fisher!!!

Can I add my voice to Shannon's? Please enlarge the "I am a..." options to include FtM, MtF and perhaps intersexed.

I may be missing something, but don't T's still define themselves as a male or female? It just so happens that nature didn't grace them with the complementary physical features that would ideally accompany their gender.

Robert Ganshorn Robert Ganshorn | June 13, 2008 11:00 PM

OK, no hazing, but they still have to wear freshman "beanies" right? And on Halloween they still have to do one lap around the frat/sorority house in the nude, right?

Bil, this is great news. But needs to be honest that the site is for LGB people, not T. There is no trans option during the registration process. Hopefully we can use a little TBP sway to change that.