Wanted: GLBT Book List MEME

I'm an avid reader. I'm a lesbian. PRIDE month and sassymonkey's day off have conspired to bring me here to blog about queer reading lists. I have stumbled upon some problems while writing this post. Let me tell you about those problems. ...more

Heh. I saw that yesterday and forgot to go and fix. Thanks for the ...more

PRIDE Canadian-style

June seems like the perfect time to talk about Pride in Canada. I mean it's Pride month and all right? Well, sorta. One of the first things you need to know about Pride in Canada is that up here in Canada we can't seem to decide on the best time for Pride so it's celebrated in different areas all through the summer. Edmonton last week, Toronto this week, Montreal's and Vancouver's in August and Calgary's is in August. We can't decide on a single point to celebrated it but we know it's important that we do. ...more

That some day there won't be a need to have allies.

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Collecting Beads and Getting Teary, Thoughts on My First Pride Parade

I can' t believe it's already the middle of June. That means my softball season is in full swing, the grill gets a regular workout, I recently got another year older [heavy sigh], no more NHL hockey (unless it's on my PS3) until October, my 20th high school reunion is a week and a half away, fresh garden tomatoes are just around the corner, and Pride month is halfway over. You know it's Pride month, right? ...more

Our local elementary school, Nettelhorst, was the first school to walk in the Chicago pride ...more

Straight But Not Narrow

OnePinky sister, Sara, recently wrote this testimony in honor of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Pride Month and I wanted to share it with you all: I like to say that I’m straight, but not narrow. I’m married to a man, but I can appreciate the curves of a woman just as much as I can the broad torso of a man. I might have a crush on Will Smith—but I’ve also had a little thing going for Rosario Dawson for a while (yes, Seven Pounds just made my entire year). ...more

Have you read any GLBT-Lit lately?

June is Pride Month and that's an excellent reason to go exploring GLBT literature. GLBT literature goes across all genres and there is something for everyone. We've rounded up some resources for you to help roadmap your way through the world of GLBT lit. For Kids: Queer Moms Free Space has a list of book resources for GLBT books for kids. ...more

Lesbian literary erotica should also be included here.  The following publishers offer ...more