Sunday, August 30, 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.

10 comments:

don warner saklad said...

How widespread is the phenomenon?... of the strategy of "Let's get tested 2GETHER B4 we have sex, 4 A VARIETY of STDs."

Do sexual health checkups reduce ambiguity and can they be like anything else POTENTIAL sex partners do together?...

blog
http://notb4weknow.blogspot.com
http://continuedat.blogspot.com

2spirit said...

http://2spirit.wordpress.com - the transjournal of a 20 year old transgirl


http://www.grishno.com - A fresh new transcommunity

blogista said...

here's my newly posted entry on my blog.

visit.
http://sostylisto.blogspot.com/2009/08/when-mama-bear-and-papa-bear-left-hut.html

CrackerLilo said...

Well, this week I was upset to see that James Dobson--founder of Focus on the Family--will be delivering the pre-race prayer at the Atlanta Motor Speedway before the NASCAR Sprint Cup race next week. Like I need him to smear his culture war crap on my race day! I'd like to tell the Atlanta Motor Speedway and NASCAR that not all race fans support Dobson's ideas.

See here. The bit about Dobson and NASCAR is surrounded by a review of a kickass book (not all white Southerners supported the Confederacy in the Civil War), a bit about my hockey boyfriend (I am 50/50 bi), and a purse-size panda cub (not that I'm suggesting anything). There is contact information for AIS and NASCAR, too.

Frankly, while a lot of people don't put "queer" and "NASCAR fan" together, I know the sport infinitely better than cynical right-wingers using it to prop up their "of the people" bona fides, that's for damn sure. I was literally raised in it. I brought my Nuyorussian wife into it. And the guys at Gaytona can assure you that others are out there.

Debra Healy said...

The LGBT Mediation Blog

Are you facing discrimination in your workplace, housing, school, etc. due to your sexual orientation? I'd like to help.

Mediation is an enlightened, nonadversarial approach to addressing conflict.

http://www.healycms.com/
http://lgbtmediation.blogspot.com/

Thank you.
Debra Healy,MS,CLA

Jeffrey Campagna said...

The Power Online Blog

Questions swirl about how the organization of the National Equality March as major organizations chime in for and against the event. Read about the latest controversy involving the Equality Federation's statement and take part in a poll about whether you will attend and what the messaging in the movement should be.

http://thepoweronline.org/blog/

Then sign the petition to expand the Civil Rights Act at www.ThePowerOnline.org.

Anonymous said...

Queer Christian blog:
http://nojunkjustjesus.blogspot.com/

Toujours Moins said...

2nd Class Soldier

The life and times of a gay Army veteran and his struggle to overturn Don't Ask, Don't Tell.

http://2ndclasssoldier.blogspot.com/
http://twitter.com/toujoursmoins

BioGal said...

Three posts today!

Bi-invisibility in marriage equality advocacy advertisements (and general discourse); how representation and correct reading of one's orientation affect one's identity; and how labels, language and a space in the discourse allow one's identity to have validity and expression.

Enjoy!

http://panoptifier.blogspot.com/

Micheal-James said...

Come check out my blog over at http://onevoicewhisperinginthewind.blogspot.com/ It is just me talking about gay issues that matter to me and promoting different events that are happening in or around gay rights. . .

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