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Lesbian Blog Love

Well, as soon as I dove into my blog reading this morning I discovered that several of my favorite lesbian bloggers made About.Com’s top 10 lesbian blogs list. So, here’s a shout-out to my bloggin’ sapphic sistahs!

Pam’s House Blend – One of my regular reads, and also one of my “home-away-from-home” blogs now. If you haven’t checked out “the Blend” I recommend you stop by today.

Mombian – Dana is a regular at “the Blend” but her own blog, Mombian, is one of my daily reads. I’ll also have the pleasure of co-presenting a blogging seminar with Dana on the R Families cruise next month.

Jasmyne Cannick – Jasmyne’s an award winning journalist whose work has been seen in more publications than I can name, and when she’s not busy being a media maven she’s a powerhouse blogger. Just ask Shirley Q. Liquor. ‘Nuff said.

Rosie – What can I say? When it comes to being a voice, face, and advocate for gay parents and our families, Rosie was and is a trailblazer.

Queercents – Like the editor at About.Com, I couldn’t have imagined I’d ever be reading a finance blog every day, but we all deal with money issues and Queercents consistently offers great insights on the economic issues faced by same-sex couples, as well as advice on how to deal with the financial consequences of inequality.l

I’d make at least one addition to that list. If you haven’t checked out Peter’s Cross Station, it’s another regular read of mine that I highly recommend. I’m sure there are ton’s more out there….

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3 Comments

  1. I admired Jasmyne Cannick for her efforts to boot Shirley Q Liquor, but some of the things she has written, especially on immigration (for example http://www.advocate.com/exclusive_detail_ektid28908.asp) really turned me off to her.

    As far as parenting blogs, I also like Lesbian Dad.

  2. Thanks for turning me on to Queercents – I like it!

  3. same sex love – are we in the right direction?

    more at “DONKEY SOUP for the drunken soul”

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