Bil Browning

Weekly Reader: A new queer order, Sigourney Weaver, & the insurance industry

Filed By Bil Browning | March 20, 2010 6:00 PM | comments

Filed in: Marriage Equality, Weekly Reader
Tags: best of Bilerico, insurance industry, new queer order, sigourney weaver, Weekly Reader

I was gone the early part of this week to attend SXSW in Austin and Joe Mirabella became the face of the blog as Bilerico while I was gone. (We stayed at contributor Paige Schilt's house and her dog Eddie is the cutest wiener dog you'll ever meet!) Next week I'm off to LA. Who should be the stand in Bilerico next week? Leave suggestions in the comments section. They'll have to produce great content like this tho:


Beyond Gay Marriage - A Radio Documentary Filed by: R. Conrad
He would have died for us Filed by: Joe Mirabella


Which of the Busted Prostitutes Is A Man?: On NBC's "Dude Looks Like A Lady" Edition of Mug Shots Filed by: Yasmin Nair
Why do I have to wait to get married? Filed by: Joe Mirabella


Interview with Sigourney Weaver Filed by: Jason Tseng
Ken Cuccinelli - The Virginia GOP's Gift That Keeps on Giving Filed by: Michael Hamar


The insurance industry targets people living with HIV/AIDS Filed by: Alex Blaze
Out, Proud & in Elected Office One Year Later: What a Difference an Activist in Office Makes Filed by: Waymon Hudson


Wrap Up: Online/Offline Distinction Blurs As Bloggers Generate Both Light And Heat Filed by: Dr. Jillian T. Weiss
Why The Transgender Community Had To Take Out Susan Stanton Filed by: Rebecca Juro


Civil Disobedience of Trans in LGBT+ efforts Filed by: Antonia D'orsay
A New Queer Order? Filed by: Michael Crawford

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