Friday, December 21, 2007

Morning Sweep

A small homeless shelter that acts as a safe haven for LGBT youth--and is run by a priest in Astoria--might be closing due to lack of funds.

The Washington Blade reports on why Bill Richardson believes that he's the most pro-LGBT candidate but the paper's editorial endorses Hillary for president.

Here are the top-10 gay stories of 2007, according to We might be a little New York-centric (who isn't, really?) but we'd add Governor Spitzer's introduction of the marriage bill into the state legislature and the Assembly passing it two months later as one of the biggest stories of 2007.

Pam Spaulding welcomes North Carolina candidate for U.S. Senate Jim Neal to the Bilerico Project, where he will now be a regular contributor.

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