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Our readers'
favorite blogs

Our readers'
favorite blogs


When it comes to blogs, some gays like hard news; others want only hard candy. We asked our readers to tell us which blogs they visit regularly.

Joe My "Stories about self-loathing, self-loving, family, drugs, sex, disease, and disco."

Some Like It Scott "If you love Broadway shows, old Hollywood movies, zany takes on life--then this site is for you."

Towleroad Andy Towle's "blog with homosexual tendencies."

Queer Beacon "Insights as to the representation of gays in wider-released movies."

Dave White Hilarious musings on friends, family, television, and more.

Backyard Musings A blog about a lesbian mom, her partner of 10 years, and their almost 4-year-old daughter, Maggie.

Barry's Reality Check An online rant about Barry's favorite reality television shows.

Trading Faces "The true tale of one man's journey to rid himself of a childhood facial deformity, plus his celebrity obsessions and personal minutiae."

Pink Is the New Blog "Everybody's business is my business."

So I Like Superman "Comic books, sketch comedy, and gay sex. Or, as I like to call it, the holy trinity."

Lesbian Family "Blogs from all kinds of lesbian families."

Liza Was Here "An unexpectedly Southern 30-something bibliophile lesbian mommy blogger."

Angry Black Bitch "Practicing the fine art of bitchitude."

Andrew Sullivan "Daily dish" from the conservative political author.

Know Thy Neighbor A blog about the battle for marriage equality that is open to everyone.

Good as You "Using humor and irreverence rather than anger and protests" to represent a new generation of gay activism.

Darin's All Preparation H and No H "My inner monologue stopped working in the 1970s, and that's just part of my charm."

Gentlemans Canine Society A blog for gay men and their dogs.

Rod 2.0:beta Blog by a "television producer, writer, gym rat, wannabe novelist."

Keith Boykin A blog about politics, television, fashion, and more.

Homo in the City "Biased content slandering gay Republicans, the Hill, D.C. interns, those twinks who throw up after almost every meal, and those annoying 40-year-old men who insist on buying you a drink."

BlogActive A political blog with "direct action tools from D.C."

The Panopticon "Blink and you'll miss it."

Scuff Productions Mark and Rodger's Portland diary.

Boys Briefs Chris Brandon's blog about his dreams "with a smidgen of pop culture commentary."

Someone in a Tree "An insightful perspective on the difficulties of making sense of anything."

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