Sunday, June 8, 2008

Shameless Self Promotion Sunday

Pimp out your queer blog entries or any queer websites you found of interest this week.

5 comments:

earlbecke said...

Hi! Just discovered this blog and it is fabulous! I'm keeping an eye on it, definitely!

This post is like a year old but I think some visitors might find it interesting (deals with the parallels between kinky sexuality and queer identity...since this blog deals with sexual identities like asexuality I assume this is also applicable):

http://www.melted-dreams.net/definition/2007/08/08/i-am-not-damaged-the-intersection-of-queer-and-kinky/

And this one is totally off-topic but I hope I can slip it in here anyway (let me know if it's not okay) because I desperately need scholarship money:

http://www.melted-dreams.net/definition/2008/06/03/vote-for-julie/

phd in yogurtry said...

well, if you insist .....


http://coffeeyogurt.blogspot.com/2008/04/love-by-any-other-gender.html

and

http://coffeeyogurt.blogspot.com/2008/02/12-reasons.html

and

http://coffeeyogurt.blogspot.com/2008/04/public-service-announcement-wednesday.html

Riayn said...

I wrote an entry this week about the New South Wales (Australian state) government passing the Miscellaneous Amendment Act (Same Sex Relationships) bill which means that the non-biological lesbian parents will now get the same legal rights as the biological mother called Am I A Real Mum Now? - http://www.dancingaboutarchitecture.org/am-i-a-real-mum-now/

Unfortunately the act does not cover the non-biological gay parent due to issues with the birth mother having to give her rights away.

Nor does this act give any legal recognition of same-sex couples. Still it is a start.

Habladora said...

Oh, thanks for this opportunity to talk about ourselves - I love talking about myself! I also love your blog, by the by...

Unfortunately, the thing I like best on my blog this week wasn't created by me - it is a video that I included in this post about the formation of the Congressional LGBT Caucus. I'm not saying my post is bad, but it can't compare with what these kids say about an issue that impacts them on so many levels.

Ma'amselle Lezident said...

Woooo! LESBIATOPIA BABY Click here to check it out

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