Queer Fat Femmehttp://queerfatfemme.com/
“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.
Think in English, Count in Chinesehttp://thinkcount.blogspot.com/?zx=440b63f32112a438
Bilingual, bi-cultural, (somewhat) bipolar. This site aims to provide info & exposure for male models in general, and Asian/Eurasian male models in particular.
Queer Geek Theoryhttp://www.queergeektheory.org/
Alexis is a Ph.D. candidate at the University of Southern California, working on a dissertation about queer temporality and cultural representations of the future. The blog covers a variety of topics from an academic stance.
Can I Help You, Sir?http://www.canihelpyousir.com/
“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.”
“Gay Politics covers the intersection of politics and the fight for equality for gays and lesbians, bisexuals and transgender people. We follow key stories about electoral politics, the legislative process and the people involved in both, with a special emphasis on the campaigns and careers of openly LGBT candidates and elected officials.”
My Native Lifehttp://blog.yahbayrising.com/
Rob is a Native American living on a reservation with his partner and children. He has a wealth of experience, including military service and work as a firefighter, and draws upon his experiences to write deep, meaningful entries pondering the subtleties and big moments of daily life.
A blog mainly about queer politics in NYC, but extending across national politics and LGBT social issues.
The web portion of GLAAD: “The Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD) amplifies the voice of the LGBT community by empowering real people to share their stories, holding the media accountable for the words and images they present, and helping grassroots organizations communicate effectively. By ensuring that the stories of LGBT people are heard through the media, GLAAD promotes understanding, increases acceptance, and advances equality.”