Mike Rogers is an American blogger and gay activist in the Washington, D.C.-area whose web site has been a focal point for outing those he considers to be closeted gay politicians who actively oppose gay rights. Recent targets have included Representatives Ed Schrock, David Dreier, and U.S. Senator Larry Craig. He also reported on Jeff Gannon's lack of reporting credentials while having White House press credentials.

His blog has been discussed in the Washington Post[1] and he has been a focal point in the debate over the ethics of outing public figures.[2][3][4]

References Edit

  1. Fisher, Marc (2007-09-06), “Who Among Us Would Cast the First Stone? This Guy”, The Washington Post, <>. Retrieved on 2007-09-06 
  2. Marra, William (2007-08-30), “Sen. Craig Calls Case a 'Witch Hunt,' but Reporters Say Investigation Was Fair Game”, ABC News, <>. Retrieved on 2007-09-08 
  3. Outs and Ins of Outing”, NPR, 2007-09-06, <>. Retrieved on 2007-09-08 
  4. Christensen, Jen (2005-05-10), “Jeff vs. the bloggers”, The Advocate, <>. Retrieved on 2007-08-30 

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