Posts Tagged ‘Human Rights Campaign’

Did the Media Black Out Gay Inauguration Celebrations?

Did the MSM leave Melissa in the dark?
The media's short-shrifting of gay inaugural events didn't stop at Rev. Gene Robinson's untelevised prayer at Sunday's Lincoln Memorial concert, says AMERICAblog's John Aravosis.
"There seemed to be a dearth of coverage about the gay and lesbian side of the inaugural festivities. Our readers reported that a number of [...]

Man Madness: Human Rights Campaign Vs. EMILY’s List

Welcome to the final bracket of the Manliest Workplace in D.C. Competition! Well, well, it's sure been a wild ride, hasn't it, what with the whatsits in the Union bracket and the whosits in Government (Relive the glory of the full 64-workplace bracket here). This week: Advocacy groups compete for final D.C. do-man-ation!
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Will Mary Beth Maxwell Be the First Openly Gay Cabinet Member?

The Wall Street Journal's Jonathan Weisman says she might be. Maxwell, a "gay woman, community organizer and labor leader with an adopted African American son," is on the shortlist for Labor Secretary, Weisman reports. Maxwell, the "founding executive director of American Rights at Work," recently received endorsements from Representative David Bonior and the HRC—who just [...]

The Morning After

* Juicy Campus has hit George Washington University. How do G.W. gossips compare to Georgetown's finest? So far, Juciy Campus' G.W. page seems to have a lot more nonsense on it. That's a good thing, writes Travis of G.W. student blog The Colonialist: "I spent the weekend surfing the site a lot, putting up things [...]