Stuff Queer People Need to Knowhttp://stuffqueerpeopleneedtoknow.wordpress.com/
A blog for all people in the queer community, L, G, B, T or otherwise. Topics covered include upcoming events, news stories, local queer community coverage, queers in pop culture, queer celebrities, and commentary on the queer community.
Speak Out Though Not Spoken Tohttp://speakoutnotspokento.wordpress.com
Speak Though Not Spoken To is a Blog-Website hybrid geared toward drawing awareness for worthy causes such as: Charitable Fund Raising, LGBT Rights (Equality), Religious Tolerance, Sex Positive Endorsement, and Aiding The Body Positive Movement. However, the site's main focus is the empowerment of women through strong opinions, and worldly views.
The Rare Reporterhttp://therarereporter.blogspot.com
David Webb, a veteran journalist who has covered LGBT issues for the mainstream and alternative media for three decades, writes columns about activism, health, politics, culture, entertainment, travel and other areas of interest.
Beproud Coalition Ugandahttp://beprouduganda.blogspot.com
BeproudCoaltion-Uganda is an advocacy, non partisan not for profit organization dedicated to serving the social and political needs of gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender and questioning people in Uganda. It is based in Wandegeya township a suburb in Uganda’s capital Kampala. It builds and supports individuals that enhance the development of the LGBT community in Uganda. It aims to promote the need for unity, social justice and rights of LGBT.
Perking the Pansies, Jack and Liam's New Adventureshttp://www.perkingthepansies.com
Just imagine the absurdity of two openly gay, recently ‘married’ middle aged, middle class men escaping the liberal sanctuary of anonymous London to relocate to a Muslim country. They went, they survived, they thrived, they scribed, they returned.
Musings of Brandon Shirehttp://brandonshire.com/blog
Discuss a wide variety of LGBT interest including interviews with LGBT filmmakers, authors and upcoming artists. Particular focus on LGBT Youth homelessness and the people and organizations working to overcome the problem.
Boomer Beefcake and Bondinghttp://everydayheterosexism.blogspot.com
Beefcake, male bonding, and other gay content in kids' movies, tv programs, comics, toys, and games in the 1960s and 1970s, when everything was subtext and innuendo. An occasional rant about how even today, popular culture continues to assume that LGBT people do not exist.
Meg, Megan, and Edenhttp://tattoobeautifulphotos.weebly.com/1/post/2012/08/meg-megan-eden-newborn.html
I am a pro-tog in Washington that had the honor of photographing this beautiful couple and their new bundle of joy.
The Long Way Homehttp://mywaytotruth.wordpress.com
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.