Bil Browning

Indiana Marriage, Andrew Sullivan, & Respecting Religion [Weekly Reader]

Filed By Bil Browning | June 28, 2014 10:00 AM | comments

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Tags: Andrew Sullivan, best of bilerico, gay marriage, marriage equality, religious beliefs, respecting religion, same-sex marriage, weekly reader

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Hello: The Book of Mormon Goes to South Park Filed by Bil Browning
It's Time to Take Pride in Our Bodies & Brains Filed by Guest Blogger Alleyne B Fraser


Boston's LGBTQ People of Color Take Pride in Health Filed by Rev Irene Monroe
Opera Star's Facebook Post Calls Gays 'Sewage' Filed by John M. Becker


Does Religion Deserve Respect? Filed by Guest Blogger Dominick L. Auci
Singer Who Called Gays 'Fecal Masses' Fired in Australia Filed by John M. Becker


'Duck Dynasty' Star: I'm Just Trying to Bring Gays to Jesus Filed by John M. Becker
PBS Looks at Marriage Equality Advances Filed by Bil Browning


Prop 8 Plaintiffs Put Andrew Sullivan in His Place Filed by John M. Becker
BREAKING: Indiana Marriage Ban Struck Down; No Stay Filed by John M. Becker


Lies, Damn Lies, & Lies About Transgender People Filed by Brynn Tannehill
Don't Take Away Domestic Partner Benefits in Pennsylvania Filed by Sue Kerr


Indiana Clerk Refuses to Issue Same-Sex Marriage Licenses Filed by Bil Browning
Earth to the WSJ: Trans People Are Not Mentally Ill Filed by Guest Blogger Babs Siperstein

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