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Michelle Alexander’s "A Gurlz Guide" Brings Lesbians Together

CULTURE | By Conswella Bennett | May 5
Michelle Alexander, the creator of the lesbian blog, "A Gurlz Guide" (AGG), found her way back to her inactive site after overcoming the loss of her soul mate almost two years ago, and now seeks to make it one of the top three lesbian sites in the U.S.

Tumblr Brings Hipster Twist to Year-End Lists

NATIONAL | By Michael Liedtke | Dec 3
Tumblr is flaunting its hipster credentials with a first-ever breakdown of the year’s hottest trends, topics and celebrities, targeting specific communities, including the LGBT community.

Food Bloggers Bare All for New Cookbook For Japan Relief

Eighteen men and women from the United States, Canada and Great Britain strut their stuff and recipes in the pages of Nudie Foodies: Food Bloggers Peel for Japan. This one-of-a-kind book features eighteen delicious recipes with adjacent full-color photos.

Queerty is Dead (Maybe). Can Gay Blogs Stay Afloat?

CULTURE | By Shaun Knittel | May 2
The quantity of gay blogs is rising every day, and as a journalistic medium, they’re gaining in influence as well. But does the death of Queerty signal trouble in the queer blogosphere?

Pougnet participates in Web chat with LGBT bloggers

NATIONAL | By Michael K. Lavers | Sep 24
Palm Springs Mayor Steve Pougnet participated in a live chat five LGBT blogs simulcast on Tuesday, Sept. 21.

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