Sugarbutch Chronicles


Sinclair Sexsmith is a feminist and gender theory scholar writing about sex, gender, and relationship “adventures”—her own and others'. SB also has a good roundup of news stories worth checking out and upcoming events for the queer community.

A Personal History of Best Lesbian Erotica
by Sinclair Sexsmith over 2 years ago
Introducing View From The Top: My BDSM Journey
by Sinclair Sexsmith over 2 years ago

Lesbian Dating & Relationships


The purpose of the blog is to “help other lesbians, both single and partnered, to find some insight and inspiration through articles, stories, advice, news, politics, and humor, all relating to, in one way or another, the world of lesbian dating and relationships.”

Dyke Republic


DR is a relatively new online magazine about anything pertaining to dyke culture. News, humor, sex, style, and more topics are up for conversation, and DR is extremely receptive to ideas to help expand content.

The Most Cake


A collection of London lesbians who are interested in breaking out of clichés have come together to discuss culture, art, television and more. They successfully begin to fill in the queer gaps of mainstream gossip and pop culture publications.

Sh*t people say to lesbians: which one’s the man?
by Petit Fours almost 4 years ago
Sh*t gay guys say to lesbians: where is the scissor?
by Petit Fours almost 4 years ago

Chicks Dig Me


The blog’s theme is expecting the unexpected, which is to say there’s not one central thread she blogs about “except loving women, and having a penchant for blowing my top about whatever gets my goat, and having an inappropriate sense of humor.” She’s witty, no matter if she’s commenting on an issue or telling a story for her day, and can quote Vanilla Ice.

“I’m sorry, but you’re a fucking moron” comments not going to be approved
by joankelly6000 over 4 years ago

Cherry Grrl


CG has lesbian entertainment news and culture, with a plethora of links to longer stories, videos, and other articles.

Choosing the Best car Accident Lawyer
by admin over 2 years ago
PHX Injury Firm
by admin over 2 years ago

Fit for a Femme


This lady chronicles her daily wardrobe to “fight femme invisibility”. Added bonus, fantastic fashion tips!

Fit for a Fête
by SBJ about 4 years ago
Of All Places
by SBJ about 4 years ago

Loose Femme


The blog has a bit of everything: “Whatever kick-starts Loosefemme’s faggoty, tasteful voracious engine” becomes the content of the blog.

Queer Fat Femme


“Welcome to the Queer Fat Femme Blog Guide to Life! Featuring advice, glitter, fat fashion, travel, performance recaps, community building and sardonic anecdotes from the life of Bevin Branlandingham.” And yes, she’s as friendly, funny, and quirky as she sounds.

Matt Kailey


Matt Kailey writes about transgender and transsexual issues, both in the news and from his own experience. The blog includes “Ask Matt Mondays” where readers can write into Matt for advice, insight, or a listening ear.

Tranifesto Celebrates Five Years
by Matt Kailey about 4 years ago
Ask Matt Double Header
by Matt Kailey about 4 years ago

Can I Help You, Sir?


“The [blog] title comes from a phrase I hear all too often, and that’s kind of what I want to capture here: my day-to-day experience of feeling more at home with the masculine energy I naturally have than with the feminine energy I was brought up to have.”



This blog, formerly known as My Husband Betty, is a journal of gender and trans issues kept by author/speaker Helen Boyd. Posts include worldwide news, personal experiences, and great insights into issues of queerness.

Mile 2, Day 2: #MileofMusic
by helenboyd almost 4 years ago
WI Unites for Marriage
by helenboyd almost 4 years ago

The OTHER Mother


Robin’s blog is primarily about being a parent, and being a lesbian is secondary. She often includes pictures from her home and of her children, who are adorable.

The Long Way Home


We all have a story to tell the world. It’s not like one story is better than others, but some of us feel that there might be something –a word, a sentence, a thought, that would make a difference in somebody’s life. My story can be told in few sentences but the turmoil I have gone through to accept myself and live my life being true to myself, is worth putting myself on a platter. I believe that there is another girl or boy who is lost in the ocean of contradicting feelings and beliefs, and is looking for a ray of light that will make them feel not so alone.

My Bucket List
by Dace about 4 years ago
Courage To Fail
by Dace about 4 years ago

Closeted Lesbian Tamil Girl


A gay Tamil teenage girl living in the USA, a debater, writer, feminist, and rationalist. And oh, by the way, still in the closet.

What Dykes Like


Boobs. Plaid. Gaydar. Jeeps. Chicks in uniform.



Phillesbian.com is the only digital magazine catering exclusively to women who love women in Philadelphia and the surrounding suburbs, offering lesbian/queer identified women in Philly a resource for arts & culture, events, news, fashion, health, and more.



A journal chronicling my experience as my 32 year old girlfriend faces breast cancer.

Gay Girl America


Gay Girl America delivers the latest news on lesbian life and also shares advice on everything from relationships and coming out to religion and politics.