Sunday, September 20, 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.


Renee said...

The Gay Best Friend: Looking at the way the media portrays relationships between hetero women and gay men.

When you Discover that You're Intersex: Looking at a documentary in which a man discovers that he is intersex and his journey to find answers.

The Myopia of the GLBT community: Looking at the lack of intersectionality within the movement.

Dan Savage Racism Has It's Rewards: Looking at why it is problematic that Dan Savage got his own show on HBO.

Anonymous said...

Hmm...well, let's try this again. The original post was deleted, along with the comment I left on it.

(whisper) That's because the author posted it too early! Shhh... (/whisper)

Anyway, how blog?

In specific, the LGBT tab.

Enjoy! :-)

Monica Roberts said...

At TransGriot

Transwoman Exploring Run For Office Against homohater Sally Kern

I Repeat, I Didn't Stop Being Black When I Transitioned

Anonymous said...

Tracy Greene said...

Here is my blog entry about what I learned at OUTWest Campaign bootcamp:

Firebolt said...

I just read this touching anecdote over at and thought I would share:

My Cousin, My Hero: Why Coming Out Matters

Anonymous said...

Family Q workshop for lesbian, gay & BTQ parents, 10/21/09, Whose Child Is It Anyway?

Anonymous said...

Hi there,

I just started a blog and I'd love to get some more traffic. (How's that for shameless self-promotion?)Here's the deal: I’m planning to write Barack Obama a letter every day, from my wedding day until the day that same-sex marriages are legally recognized nationwide. If you're interested, I'm posting my letters at:

I hope you'll check it out!

Rachel said...

Two really important articles on Autostraddle recently:

1. A look at how DADT is affecting gay women, and an interview with Lissa Young, a soldier who taught at West Point and was recently discharged.

2. A discussion of whether the National Equality March is still meaningful or relevant to today's gay community.

Anonymous said...

I'm always bummed to miss Sunday in your gayborhood! Sunday is my day "offline" with my family... except for a few tweets here and there.
Maybe you could make a special day on another day of the week for shameless self promotion!

Anonymous said...

Free workshop series for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender & queer parents, all in NYC, starting in October 2009,

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