Your Daily Lesbian Momenthttp://yourdailylesbianmoment.blogspot.com/
Arlan doesn't necessarily always post a lesbian moment each day, but the posts that she does provide are fun, engaging, and make readers feel warm and fuzzy. She provides photos of her favorite celebrities and pop culture moments, and she even posts photos and short bio's of readers who are looking to meet people.
The Lesbian Lifestylehttp://thelesbianlifestyle.com/
The lesbian Lifestyle is a bit different from other blogs in that it does not have a regular blogger or set of bloggers. Instead, lesbians from around the world send in submission about their lives on the topic of the month, so the blog posts many diverse stories of lesbian life.
Pam's House Blendhttp://www.pamshouseblend.com/
Pam's House Blend is a multi-author blog run by Pam Spaulding that focuses on LGBTQ news and commentary. Particularly, the blog runs many series about Don't Ask, Don't Tell as well as other political battles, like marriage equality.
Susie Bright's Journalhttp://susiebright.blogs.com/
Well, Susie Bright isn't technically a lesbian -- she's bisexual -- but that's close enough for our list. Her journal is a mix of personal stories and political commentaries, including her first confession in decades, which was inspired by an iPhone app.
Lesbians Who Look Like Justin Bieberhttp://lesbianswholooklikejustinbieber.tumblr.com/
The press has made much fanfare about the androgynous appeal of Justin Bieber's flaxen blonde bowl haircut. Its been bandied about that teenage girls like the Beebs not only because he's their heartthob, but also because he's their mirror -- his nondescript hairstyle could fit a girl or a guy. In that spirit, this popular and charming blog encourage submissions from women, not necessarily gay, who sport coifs in common with that of Mr. Bieber.
Written by a blogger who goes by the Hostess, the Outskirts is a LGBT blog with a focus on the humorous--like a man who offered to donate land as a nature preserve on the condition that the city put up walls to block his view of gay couples he claimed were, uh, getting to know each other in the open air.
One Smoot Short of a Bridgehttp://1smootshort.blogspot.com/
Written by a woman who calls herself eeka, One Smoot is a personal blog that combines political commentary, queer issues, and personal observations. It is also influenced by the author's job as a mental health counselor. She lives in Boston.
Mama non Gratahttp://mamanongrata.com/
Written by Susan Goldberg, an editor of "And Baby Makes More: Known Donors, Queer Parents, and Our Unexpected Families," Mama non Grata is a hilarious personal blog about the daily life of a lesbian mother as she tries in vain to decide what to put down on the late slip. Mama non Grata is her children's name for her.