1.- Joe My God
“Stories about self-loathing, self-loving, family, drugs, sex, disease, and disco.”
2.- Some Like It Scott
“If you love Broadway shows, old Hollywood movies, zany takes on life—then this site is for you.”
Andy Towle’s “blog with homosexual tendencies.”
4.- Queer Beacon
“Insights as to the representation of gays in wider-released movies.”
5.- Dave White
Hilarious musings on friends, family, television, and more.
6.- Backyard Musings
A blog about a lesbian mom, her partner of 10 years, and their almost 4-year-old daughter, Maggie.
7.- Barry’s Reality Check
An online rant about Barry’s favorite reality television shows.
8.- 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.”
9.- Pink Is the New Blog
“Everybody’s business is my business.”
10.- So I Like Superman
“Comic books, sketch comedy, and gay sex. Or, as I like to call it, the holy trinity.”
11.- Lesbian Family
“Blogs from all kinds of lesbian families.”
12.- Liza Was Here
“An unexpectedly Southern 30-something bibliophile lesbian mommy blogger.”
13.- Angry Black Bitch
“Practicing the fine art of bitchitude.”
14.- Andrew Sullivan
“Daily dish” from the conservative political author.
15.- Know Thy Neighbor
A blog about the battle for marriage equality that is open to everyone.
16.- Good as You
“Using humor and irreverence rather than anger and protests” to represent a new generation of gay activism.
17.- Darin’s All Preparation H and No H
“My inner monologue stopped working in the 1970s, and that’s just part of my charm.”
18.- Gentlemans Canine Society
A blog for gay men and their dogs.
19.- Rod 2.0:beta
Blog by a “television producer, writer, gym rat, wannabe novelist.”
20.- Keith Boykin
A blog about politics, television, fashion, and more.
21.- 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.”
A political blog with “direct action tools from D.C.”
23.- The Panopticon
“Blink and you’ll miss it.”
24.- Scuff Productions
Mark and Rodger’s Portland diary.
25.- Boys Briefs
Chris Brandon’s blog about his dreams “with a smidgen of pop culture commentary.”
26.- Someone in a Tree
“An insightful perspective on the difficulties of making sense of anything.”