Bil Browning

Round 'em up and...

Filed By Bil Browning | March 07, 2009 5:30 PM | comments

Filed in: Weekly Reader
Tags: abstinence education, Canada, Dana Rudolph, DOMA, marriage equality, Maryland, Monica Roberts, NAACP, New York Times, Sean Hannity, Steve Buyer, Utah

Didn't have time to visit the Project every day this week because you were too busy checking out our new Bilerico-DC site? No worries. We round up the best posts from the week every Saturday. Here's this week's top stories:


The New York Times hates Twitter and Facebook so you should too Filed by: Jerame Davis
Sean Hannity loses his mind (again) over men kissing Filed by: Waymon Hudson


Finally A Good Bank: Bank Ad Teaches Transgender Inclusion Filed by: Jeremy Bishop
Utah tops states with the highest consumption of porn Filed by: Pam Spaulding


A Bright, Shining Light Filed by: Sara Whitman
GLADly bending over or All coastal states are tops Filed by: Bil Browning


Maryland Transgender Civil Rights Bill Advances Filed by: Jeremy Bishop
GOP Suffering Buyer's Remorse Over Michael Steele Filed by: Michael Crawford
No Time Like the Present for DADT Filed by: Sean Bugg (B-DC)
Homage to Gore Vidal Filed by: Jesse Monteagudo (B-FL)


Recognizing our allies in the NAACP Filed by: Alex Blaze
The Potty War Comes to Canada Filed by: Mercedes Allen


Welcome to the dollhouse Filed by: Bil Browning
Been Awhile Filed by: Monica Roberts
Support LGBT Issues and Look Good Doing It! Filed by: Guest Blogger Amber Crowder (B-IN)

And don't forget Alex's week-long series on abstinence education:

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