By Alexandra Churchill for YourTango. Back inopenly gay chef Adam Roberts proposed the question, "Does cooking make you gay? Why was it that women are praised for even expected to whip up toasty warm, homemade pies while the few men who are brave enough to try their hand at cooking are met with presumptions and raised eyebrows?
A few weeks ago, W and I spent the weekend in the Big Apple with friends. On Saturday afternoon, we enjoyed slices of New York pizza, visited a used bookstore and saw Network on Broadway starring Bryan Cranston and the lovely Tatiana Maslany. In the evening, we caught a burlesque show at a place called The Slipper Room in the lower east side.
Instead, go visit these sites and show them your love by reading their stuff and following your favourites on social media. Lez Wander the World. Adventurous Moms.
The Guyliner. Staying in first place is The Guyliner. Founded by Justin Myers back in June when he was lining up guys and dating them now the name makes sense! The Guyliner now features its own section dedicated to reviewing the Guardian Blind Dates alongside light-hearted posts and tips about dating.
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In this column, we will hear from voices in the LGBT community about their experiences on the road, safety tips, events, and overall advice for other LGBT travelers. This week, Dani from Globetrottergirls shares some of her favorite lesbian travel blogs. I am subscribed to dozens of blogs, and I have visited countless places after finding out about them on blogs.
Honesty may well be the final frontier. These are the voyages of the gay activist community: to deplore strange new homophobes, to seek out new life in old civilizations, and to boldly go where no civil rights movement has gone before. Somehow, even in a culture where nearly everyone gives lip service to the idea of fighting racism and sexismit's still considered a very radical thing to stand up for the basic human right to fall in love. Here are some of the top blogs promoting and supporting LGBT rights.
You can learn so much from other people's blogs. Our top picks for lesbian blogs offer political insight, entertainment, financial advice, a mother's perspective and good writing about issues of importance to the gay and lesbian community. Here are our picks for the best lesbian blogs.
Looking for a great blog to help you plan an upcoming wedding for a lesbian couple? What it does provide is a wealth of inspiration from LGBT couples who have tied the knot. BBFT focuses on the details of real weddings so their offering is eclectic and able to inspire any couple. They also offer a fairly robust vendor section, highlighting vendors for everything from wedding cakes to bow ties.