Sunday, April 26, 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...

Facebook has rejected our attempt to place a targeted ad for our upcoming lesbian romantic comedy "And Then Came Lola." The film will premiere in June at the Frameline Film Festival in June. For more on the story you can check out's story here:
or check out our And Then Came Lola fansite at:

Facebook seems to have a double standard when it comes to images of lesbians. Homophobia seems to be at the core of the rejection. Stay tuned, it ain't over!

Anonymous said...

Day of Decision is coming be ready to join in WIN or Lose

Check for links to your city events.

In San Diego

Join us in planning and volunteering on the Day of Decision site or check progress at our event planning meeting...

Marriage of the Minds Meeting
Sunday April 26
Time: 5pm-7pm
Place: Napa Valley Grille
502 Horton Plaza
San Diego, CA 92101

Anonymous said... <- my trans blog documenting my transition and struggles

Lhjunkie said...

It's my opinion on Miss California's speech against gay marriage.

Family Fairness said...

In most states, when one partner in a same-sex relationship dies, the other partner is left with nothing. I am sure we have all heard the horror stories of the deceased's family swooping in and taking everything and leaving nothing for their son or daughter's "roommate".

Many of these problems can be fixed with a will, but it is important to find an attorney with experience with same-sex couples. What works for a heterosexual married couple might not work with an LGB one.

I talk about other things you will want to consider regarding wills here: Three Estate Planning Strategies for Same-sex Couples.

Douglas Gibson Jr said...

It's time to put your foot down in the fight against HIV/AIDS!

Follow This Link to visit my personal web page and help me in my efforts to support Whitman-Walker Clinic

On Saturday, October 3rd, 2009, I will join thousands of other people in the 23rd annual AIDS Walk Washington. This event is a 5K fundraising walk and timed run, benefiting and produced by Whitman-Walker Clinic.

I would greatly appreciate your support for this worthwhile cause. My personal fundraising goal is $1000. Would you please visit my personal AIDS Walk Washington website and make a donation today?

Whitman-Walker Clinic is a nonprofit, community-based organization founded in 1973 that provides affordable, accessible and high-quality health services to the Washington metropolitan area. With the advent of the AIDS epidemic, the Clinic became a leader in the fight against HIV/AIDS. The Clinic has offices in northwest and southeast D.C. In addition to medical care, the Clinic’s services include HIV testing and counseling, addiction services, a day treatment center, mental health programs, legal services and an at-cost pharmacy providing HIV medication. You can find out more about the Clinic at

Your contribution will help Whitman-Walker Clinic provide critical services to those living with HIV/AIDS. Every dollar brings hope and provides needed care. Please visit my personal fundraising website to make a secure online donation. You can also print a donation form at my website if you prefer to mail your donation. Checks should be made payable to AIDS Walk Washington and mailed to PO Box 73768, Washington DC 20056-3768. All contributions are 100 percent tax deductible.

If you have any questions about AIDS Walk Washington or Whitman-Walker Clinic, please don’t hesitate to contact me or visit for more information.

Thank you so much for your support and generosity.


Douglas Gibson Jr.

Follow This Link to visit my personal web page and help me in my efforts to support Whitman-Walker Clinic

Word Geek said...

Look at my blog. I'm gay and everything... :)

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Renee said...

Alberta Delists SRS surgery: Looking at how the goverment decided to delist srs to save 700,000 in a multi billion dollar budget.

Perez Hilton Calling Women Bitches is Unacceptable: Looking at Hiltons response to Ms. Prejeans homophobic commentary at the Miss America pageant.

Hierarchy of Bodies: Looking at the discrimination that the trans community faces daily.

Women as a tool to justify transphobia: Looking at how transpeople have been constructed as deviants to block the house Bill 1728 in New England

Unknown said...

Thanks for the opportunity Queers United! is a community blog allowing the stories surrounding marriage inequality to be presented by those who have lived them.

A couple recent posts from our readers include:
My name is Shannon Drury, President of the Minnesota chapter of the National Organization for Women ( Support for GLBT civil rights is one of our core values, and has been since our inception forty years ago. What follows below is the text of a action alert on this subject that was sent to our members, and that I read aloud at the Marriage Equality Rally at the Minnesota State Capitol on February 12, 2009.
Steve Schmidt, one of John McCain’s presidential campaign advisers, has compiled his argument supporting marriage equality using conservative values for a speech scheduled to be given to the Log Cabin Republicans.

Join us and tell your story!

Gay Scots said...

We have set up a new gay and lesbian dating site in Scotland so if anyone is interested or has any single friends they would like to recommend the site to you can find us as

geekgirl said...

A site for families with transgendered children.

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