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Planet Homo

http://planethomo.com/

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.

Hey, Gays: Leave Aaron Schock Alone - The Daily Beast
by Hello over 2 years ago
Let's be Brief
by Hello over 2 years ago

Queerie Bradshaw

http://www.queeriebradshaw.com/

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.

So Long, Farewell, auf Wiedersehen, Adieu, a.k.a. The Transfer from QueerieBradshaw.com to LaurenMarieFleming.com
by Queerie Bradshaw almost 3 years ago
Accepting Stories of Love and Coffee for my New Romance Anthology
by Queerie Bradshaw about 3 years ago


Joel Derfner

http://www.joelderfner.com/blog

Joel is a musical composer who has links to his new music and humorous tales from his life as a gay man and composer.

by Joel Derfner almost 4 years ago
Lawfully Wedded Husband
by Joel Derfner about 4 years ago

Angry Brown Butch

http://angrybrownbutch.com/

ABB discusses politics, media, culture, and her own life. The Brooklyn-based blogger has strong opinions about these issues, which are always interesting reads.






The Closet Professor

http://closetprofessor.blogspot.com/

“A blog about GLBT History, Art, Literature, Politics, and Culture. The Closet Professor is a fun (sometimes tongue-in-cheek, sometimes very serious) approach to GLBT Culture.”

Leap Year
by Joe over 1 year ago
God Loves Us
by Joe over 1 year ago


Who Kills the Spiders?

http://www.whokillsthespiders.com

Probing the dynamics and complexities of LGBT relationships, culture, and oppression.


Boomer Beefcake and Bonding

http://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.

Petey's Boyfriend in "Cul de Sac"
by noreply@blogger.com (Boomer D) over 1 year ago
Fall 1993: Matt and the Bartender Frighten the Horses
by noreply@blogger.com (Boomer D) over 1 year ago



This 'Murican Life: Dispatches From Appalachia

http://gayjewinwestvirginia.blogspot.com

From the Bay Area to the Mountain State, notes from a queer girl living in small-town America.


Kiki's Worlds

http://kikisworlds.tumblr.com

The Rants, Ravings, Interests and Musings of a Queer Stripper, Teacher and Student