Sunday, February 15, 2009

Shameless Self Promotion Sunday

Please feel free to share any links to queer or queer related topics of interest. You can post a blog entry you made, a website you found interesting. Anything goes as long as it is queer in nature.


Anonymous said...

Hi, my partner and I have created a website for the LGBT community to share information, events, and stories that will make you laugh and cry from all over the world. If you would like to share anything that is LGBT related please go to or e-mail us at

Cara and Tomi

Anonymous said...

I'm going to Sacramento tomorrow and Tuesday for the Marriage Equality events there. Rally at the Capital on Monday, lobbying the members of the legislature on Tuesday. I'm traveling with a friend, but my legally married spouse is rallying and lobbying from home. See for details about these and other events.

Ronnie said...

been blogging and trying to get feedback as to whether or not to continue.
Read Here:


Anonymous said...

Kansas Equality Coalition just started up to help us reach more people. It's not easy being gay rights activists in Kansas, we need to unite as much of our side as we can!

raisins4peace said...

I've been blogging a bit on my livejournal about sexuality. In particular, this one, about bisexuality and my problems with the term, might be of interest:

QueensSpeech said...

@Anonymous (aka Kansas Equality Coalition) - we are now following you on Twitter. You can follow us at or on our website

Apologies for the shameless self promo - but you did say that we could ;o)


End the Hate at Penn State said...

"Contact Dr. Marc Lamont Hill"
Contact Dr. Lamont Hill and ask him to support GLBTQ students by advocating for Academic Equality at Penn State via a LGBT/Queer Studies program!
Email: or MarcLamontHill@temple.eduMailing Address: Dr. Marc Lamont HillTemple UniversityCollege of Education 1301 Cecil B. Moore AvenuePhiladelphia, PA 19122 Phone: (215) 204-1730Fax: (215) 204-2743

genderkid said...

I blogged about Athens Boys Choir, which isn't really a choir: it's Harvey Katz, a transman who performs spoken word and hip-hop.

Rien said...

I've started a new blog, Queering the Lines, about bisexuality and bi issues. It's here:

My first two posts have been about labels/language and why I think it's politically useful, as a queer person, to own a "bi" identity.

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