Bil Browning

Objectivity, Making Trouble, & Gay Love Magazine

Filed By Bil Browning | February 27, 2010 6:00 PM | comments

Filed in: Weekly Reader
Tags: Brad Ellsworth, ENDA, Evan Bayh, gay love, gay magazine, gay press, HIV+, lessons of history, lobby days, making trouble, objectivity, PRIDE House, Winter Olympics

While my life has been submerged in Indiana politics this week and the progressive opposition to Rep Brad Ellsworth's pick as Senator Evan Bayh's replacement, the other contributors have kept Bilerico Project running with the best queer content available. So good, in fact, Bilerico won the Bob Craig Media Award!


Covering the Prop. 8 Trial: Can the Gay Press Maintain Objectivity (and Should It) Filed by: Karen Ocamb
Human contact isn't the end of the world Filed by: Alex Blaze


Get To DC on 3/16 to Lobby for ENDA: Scholarships Available Filed by: Dr. Jillian T. Weiss
Winter Olympics Report exclusive: PRIDE House Filed by: Jeff Sheng


Get hitched or get ditched! Filed by: Mattilda Bernstein Sycamore
Jesse's Journal: Gay Resistance, the Lessons of History Filed by: Jesse Monteagudo


Making Trouble: Why Filed by: Antonia D'orsay
It's Not God Saying Gays Should Be Put to Death, It's YOU Filed by: Waymon Hudson


Gay Love magazine: It's not what you think it is Filed by: Gloria Brame Ph.D.
HIV+ Man Arrested for Intentionally Infecting 100+ Women Filed by: D Gregory Smith


David And Diego - A Classic Story Filed by: Father Tony
Interview: Qui Nguyen of Vampire Cowboys Filed by: Jason Tseng

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