Bil Browning

Weekly Reader: NOM, Target, & Lynching Gay Couples

Filed By Bil Browning | July 31, 2010 6:00 PM | comments

Filed in: Marriage Equality, Weekly Reader
Tags: Best blog posts, best of Bilerico, lynch gays, NOM, Target, Weekly Reader

NOM's Indianapolis stop on the "Summer of Marriage" tour took center stage on Bilerico Project this week. First we broke the picture of the NOM supporter's sign that said the "solution" to same-sex marriage is to lynch gay couples, NOM-gallows2.gifbut soon enough local fundie leader Ryan McCann was in the comments section saying that the sign was a plant by pro-gay activists. Add in the coverage of the rally itself, an interview with NOM President Maggie Gallagher, a straight mom's thoughts, and a wager between Ryan and I, and you've got one helluva week's worth of NOM coverage. What else did we talk about? Great stuff like this:


Sunday Funnies: Comic Con Counter-Protesters Show Westboro How It's Done Filed by: Waymon Hudson
Speedo Student Gets Probation: The Corbett Harper Story Filed by: Peter Monn and Alex Paredes


Interview with Erin Vaught on transphobia at an Indiana hospital Filed by: Austen Crowder
Dan Choi's Promise Ring and Humanist Activism Filed by: Andrew Belonsky


That's Amore: Goodbye Fritz Filed by: Bil Browning
What I Learned At Netroots Nation Filed by: Dr. Jillian T. Weiss


Get equally screwed over Filed by: Alex Blaze
The Kids are So-So Filed by: Kate Clinton


Another example of the black-white divide in our community Filed by: Rev Irene Monroe
An Opportunity in Disguise in Baton Rouge, LA Filed by: Bruce Parker


Okay, let's talk Filed by: Sean Martin
Should gays and lesbians boycott Target? Filed by: Joe Mirabella

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