Joe Mirabella

Weekly Reader: Salty Seaman, Drag Queens, and Nancy Pelosi's not helping

Filed By Joe Mirabella | March 13, 2010 6:00 PM | comments

Filed in: Marriage Equality, Weekly Reader
Tags: drag queens, ENDA, gay marriage, Nancy Pelosi, salty language, salty seaman, Weekly Reader

With Bil on a grand adventure to SXSW in Austin, he asked me to try to fill in. It's been a fascinating couple of days being Bil Browning. I've tried my best to give the readers what they want, like plenty of eye candy.

Fortunately for everyone there are lots of great Contributors pulling their weight and making Bilerico the amazing place it is. In case you missed them, here are some highlights:

The Cautionary Tale of the Salty Seaman
Filed by: Sean Bugg

My Civil Rights Are Different Than Yours
Filed by: Keri Renault

How same-sex couples can save on their taxes
Filed by: Davina Kotulski

The "Trans Mafia" stifles allies

Filed by: Austen Crowder

Why Do We Hate Each Other So Much?
Filed by: Steven Cheslik-DeMeyer

Virginia and D.C. - Two Worlds Only A River Apart
Filed by: Michael Hamar

Drag queens and transgender activists Filed by: Antonia D'orsay

Despite reputation, Kissimmee adds Domestic Partnership Protections
Filed by: Nadine Smith

Video of DC's first same-sex marriages Filed by: Bil Browning

School cancels prom to keep lesbians out
Filed by: Alex Blaze

Speaker Nancy Pelosi: We Don't Have The Votes And I'm Not Helping
Filed by: Dr. Jillian T. Weiss

U.S. Gay Men's Astonishing HIV/STD Rates

Filed by: D Gregory Smith

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