Mike Rogers

Mike Rogers

Washington, DC

At a Glance:

Mike Rogers has been a Project Contributor since July 2007, has written 73 entries and currently lives in Washington, DC.


Michael Rogers is the Managing Director of Raw Story Media and Director of the Netroots Nation LGBT Netroots Connect program. Michael is a lead subject of Outrage, a documentary inspired by the work of his site, BlogActive. Prior to his work with Raw Story, Michael was Director of Development of the Harvey Milk School and National Gay and Lesbian Task Force, was Director of Major Gifts at Greenpeace and a senior fellow with the New Organizing Institute. He appears regularly on MSNBC and has been profiled by The Washington Post, GQ Magazine and the Associated Press.

Mike Rogers: Recently Filed


A Federal Park Only a GOP'er Could Love

Filed by Mike Rogers | May 15, 2012 | 5:00 PM | comments

There are tons of place in the world that have names that are, well, not always 'G rated.' But one of them sticks out (so to speak) above the others. We now present the official park of the Republican Party.Read More


Slow Jam the News [Caption Contest]

Filed by Mike Rogers | April 27, 2012 | 1:30 PM | comments

Time for a caption contest... Put your captions in the comments and the best one will receive a fabulous gift, courtesy of the Bilerico Project.Read More


The David Dreier That Could Have Been

Filed by Mike Rogers | March 03, 2012 | 3:00 PM | comments

Now that districts are being drawn fairly, US Rep. David Dreier (R-CA) is out. Well, not totally out. With a Congressional voting record as centrist as any GOPer can be, David Dreier also happens to be a closeted gay man.Read More


Anti-Gay Book Placed in Las Vegas Hotel

Filed by Mike Rogers | December 05, 2011 | 7:00 PM | comments

In Las Vegas I encountered a book titled "How to Kill Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender Americans." I asked myself, "What do I do next?"Read More


Occupy Wall Street Goes Gay

Filed by Mike Rogers | November 21, 2011 | 2:00 PM | comments

As I was walking around, I came upon a table of two people with a rainbow flag behind them. LGBT representation in Zuccotti Park... I was proud of them.Read More