Bil Browning

Weekly Reader: The Salvation Army, Bigoted Comments, & the Canadian Government

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

Filed in: Weekly Reader
Tags: best of the week, bigoted comments, Salvation Army, Weekly Reader

Today is the anniversary of the assassination of gay activist turned politician Harvey Milk. As I ponder this, I sit and wonder if he could have imagined a day when the nation's highest ranking, openly gay public official would make a video to tell queer kids that it gets better. salvation-army.gifCan you imagine what he could have done with all the currently available information and daily news and commentary like this?


Disclosing Trans Status Filed by: Tobi Hill-Meyer
UN General Assembly Votes To Allow Gays To Be Executed Without Cause Filed by: Michael Hamar


Why you shouldn't give to the Salvation Army this holiday season Filed by: Bil Browning
Gender doesn't matter when it comes to airport pat-downs Filed by: Alex Blaze


Kate and Allie had it right & we've been going backwards ever since Filed by: Yasmin Nair
Reteaching Gender and Sexuality: Queer/Trans Youth Speak Up Filed by: R Conrad


What would you do? Bigoted comments at Thanksgiving Filed by: Nadine Smith
Shifting the ritual of Thanksgiving, one child at a time Filed by: Susan Raffo


I've got a lot to be thankful for this year Filed by: Bil Browning


Family Research Council Deserves No Apology Filed by: Michael Hamar
Canadian Government Halts Funding of GRS For Trans Inmates Filed by: Mercedes Allen

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