Good As Youhttp://www.goodasyou.org/
I can’t explain it any better than GAY has on its site: “We represent a new generation of GLBT activism. Now is the time for intelligent, progressive-minded individuals to step up and fight for the common rights of which they might be denied.” This is a clearing house for LGBT news with progressive ideology.
Joe My Godhttp://joemygod.blogspot.com/
Gay culture, short stories, politics, and fabulous disco trivia. Joe is witty, insightful, and covers both big gay issues and day-to-day thoughts and experiences. No wonder readers identify him as one of the best LGBT blogs online.
Pam's House Blendhttp://pamshouseblend.firedoglake.com/
PHB started in 2004 as a way for Pam to talk about the frustrations of the election, and has grown from there: “It became clear that blogging about news stories involving LGBT concerns could give those who visited the Blend an insight into the progress (or lack thereof) of gay rights in Red State/Blue State America.”
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.
Queers Without Bordershttp://queerswithoutborders.com/wordpress/
One entry from this blog states: “Queer is many things. It’s a critique of identity– critiquing/questioning the boxes and categories we are given to cage ourselves with.” QWB seeks not to draw lines between people, but find commonalities and respect through discussions of queer events.
CE writes about day-to-day life as a gay man in a straight world. He has monthly playlists and funny insights.
America’s Next Top Bottom is a communications professor and a recent contestant on Big Brother 12. Ragan’s blog is a supplement to his podcasts, which take on all sorts of issues in the field of communications, often related to queer studies.
Randy, the brains behind PH, is an art director by trade. He created PH to engage community, often through the use of images and imagery. Planet Homo asks of its readers active engagement with the texts, and in return, creates a community of queer thinkers.
This Southern Faggothttp://thissouthernfaggot.wordpress.com/
A provocative title, a well-written blog. He ventures into his past for memories about sneaking “gay” books out of the library, or what it means to be “out of it.” His honest accounts of feeling isolated even within the gay community can echo with any reader who has ever felt on the outside of something they thought they had an insider’s pass to.
Lesbian Dating & Relationshipshttp://lesbiansanddating.blogspot.com/
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.”
Queerie Bradshaw is a site for sex-positive feminism, healthy body images, queer rhetoric and celebrating diversity. Like her namesake, Carrie of Sex and the City, QB is all about sex, relationships, and dating. She often does reviews for sex toys and books. She wrote a dating column for Curve Magazine and also does a sex and the law advice column for Autostraddle that’s worth checking out.
The Most Cakehttp://themostcake.co.uk/
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.
Chicks Dig Mehttp://cdm2.wordpress.com/
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.