Sunday, September 13, 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.

11 comments:

Firebolt said...

A rundown of the #yaygay rebellion against homophobic trending topics #howiknowuregay and #howiknowurgay that took place early morning on twitter on September 5, 2009 (IST):

Homophobic Trends and Twitter Wars

.::STELLA*DELLA::. said...

OH CHECK OUT MY BLOG....AND READ MY INTERVIEWS..THEY ARE ABOUT GAY MEN IN MONOGAMOUS HEALTHY RELATIONSHIPS! WHICH MOST DONT THINK IS POSSIBLE!

ONE HAS BEEN WITH HIS MAN SINCE THE SUMMER OF 93..HONEY I WAS 4 YEARS OLD THEN HONEY! OK!

marga said...

http://hay-mujeres.blogspot.com/2008/09/no-soy-mujer-soy-lesbiana.html

No soy mujer, soy lesbiana

In Spanish

Thanks!

Shawn Landis, Philadelphia Asexual Examiner said...

http://www.examiner.com/x-14275-Philadelphia-Asexual-Examiner~y2009m9d13-An-aromontic-asexual-take-on-gay-marriage

Some of your readers might appreciate this or at least the chance to tell me I'm dead wrong about the topic.

Pedro Alonso Serrano said...

if you're in the chicago area and interested in participating in a reading circle, click here to find out more info http://sites.google.com/queeratura/summer09

David Alex Nahmod said...

I'd like to shre this op-ed I wrote for Truth Wins Out, Wayne Besen's highly regarded gay news blog:
http://www.truthwinsout.org/blog/2009/07/3385/

Titled My Post Pride Dream, I attempt to address some of the highly counter-productive "bitchy queen/angry dyke" behavior that I've seen in the LGBT community
for the past 35 years.

Though these thoughts have been building for years, a few specific incidents inspired me to write the piece:
When I, in the recent past, was subjected to anti-gay bias, scores of LGBT activists, journalists, even friends, laughed at me and told me to "get over it".
At the same time, I watched Prop 8 sail to "victory" because the No on 8 organizers shut their own supporters out of the campaign. No matter~~the community as a whole
refused to work together anyway.

On the very day Prop 8 passed, I saw gay men in San Francisco's Castro district giving each other
the same snotty attitude that's been going on for the past several decades~~I saw this same behavior in New York's Chelsea on the day of Matt Shepard's funeral.

When does it become OK for me, as a 53 year old gay man, out for 35 years, to say:
"enough is enough"?
I want a real community, and so I wrote My Post Pride Dream.

Sorry if the terms offend a few people, but I feel I need to speak frankly.
We can't afford to enable the "bitchy queens/angry dykes" any longer.
We need each other, folks. Religious conservatives are spending millions to take our rights away~~some of them have openly called for our deaths.
It's time for us to learn how to be a real community.

thegayte-keeper said...

CHECK OUT MY BLOG: http://thegayte-keeper.blogspot.com/ THANKS!!!

Tracey said...

Joining in on Self Promotion Sunday:

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We also have a Coming Out Resource section that has lots of information, and over 1,200 free Ecards designed by wonderful artists.

To help fund our free services, we have a Coming Out Support Package which includes "Coming Out Advice for Lesbians, Bisexual and Questioning Women," "Relationship Advice for Lesbians and
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We'd love to see you there!

Tracey and Kathy

truthspew said...

A Successful Night for Marriage Equality in Rhode Island

Moving Legislators to Marriage Equality

Get on the Bus Rhode Island

Timothy said...

In Their Boots;
By Brave New Foundation is an amazing effort to get the word out about DADT.

Spread it around in the community.

http://www.bravenewfoundation.org/?utm_source=rgemail

Ryan Radclyffe-Hall said...

Heh, I'm a bit late for this!

I wanted to promote my organisations website though. A Gender Agenda is a Canberra (Australia) based transgender rights organisation.

We've recently migrated to a new domain, but we're starting to get some useful info up.

We also have a blog at:
http://www.genderrights.org.au/blog/

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