washington dc metro area gay, lesbian, bi, transgender, queer, etc. blogs and journals

For a while, I’d been telling Jeff that I had been thinking about maintaining a list of GLBTQ (gay, lesbian, bisexual, homosexual, transgender, queer, etc.) folk in the DC metro area (DC; Northern Virginia, including so far Arlington, Alexandria, Fairfax, Herndon, Montclair, Vienna, Woodbridge; Maryland, including so far Baltimore, Gaithersburg, Hyattsville, Laurel, Silver Spring, Upper Marlboro) who maintain blogs or journals. Today, with the day off, I finally had some time to put into it and, for what it’s worth, here it is. If you know of others not included, please drop me a line or leave a comment, and I’ll update the list. If you have other suggestions for making this more useful, please let me know those as well.

Last updated: 13 March 2004
Total sites listed: 122
Sites with XML/RSS feeds: 91
Get the OPML file for these RSS feeds.

4.5km due north of the hellmouth
XML abbazabba
XML all that
XML amanita.net
andrea von kaenel’s journal – friends only
XML andrew’s life version 2.57
XML and these little mind fucks you do to me
:::arrival takes place… now:::
XML ask me about my lobotomy
XML a bakeneko’s perspective – the journal of a werecat
beaverhausen blog
XML bill’s journal
XML biting hazels
blah, blah, black sheep
XML blogsicle
XML briancentral.com
XML the cat @ walden pond
XML charles’ journal
XML chastmastr’s journal
XML cj’s journal
XML clockwatcher’s journal
XML the confessional
confluence of nescience
cool relax
XML corbett thinks aloud…
XML danblog
XML dave k’s journal
XML dave prime
dcsteve72 – now
XML digital flotsam
XML dreaming of cloves
the ED pages
dumbek’s random stuff
XML eddie’s journal
XML elf-reflection :: living in changeling times
XML enter the abyss
XML eric’s blog
XML fornax’s glossolalia
XML gingin’s thoughts on life
XML g r e g o r y ‘ s journal
XML grapefeed
XML greg’s journal
XML hey from danny
XML i am a bear, who is often found on a train
XML i try to run, i try to flee
XML infrequencies of thought
XML insegnante
insights from lost and found
XML je suis–vous êtes;
joe’s take-out
XML john robison’s journal
XML just as i thought
the legal moose’s glen
XML lion cub’s journal
XML the little wolf’s den
logan circle guy taps keyboard
XML love loyalty and friendship: musings of a quirky irish boy
XML markbear74’s journal
XML matthew henry’s bitchin’ blog
XML matthew o’leary’s journal
XML metro weekly headlines
XML michaeldc.com
XML michaelLEE
XML moi j’ai besoin d’amour
XML monkey’s conscience
XML the monkey’s page: spigot turned on
morel’s world
XML my world: huh! what did you say?
XML nerdy girl
XML novaslim.com
XML one snake on a head of many
XML out of the blue
XML overeasy
XML own the moment
XML pants
XML pixie with a crash helmet
XML playing under the table and dreaming
XML rachel’s journal
XML rainbow romantic’s journal
XML random musing of qx bear
reality broken down
XML rebel prince
XML rennie ramblings: tales from the shrinking universe
XML the republic of t
XML retrospeck
XML ricky’s journal
XML rugbyguysb’s journal
XML st. bug
XML sam
seamus mcstebbins, the irish paperboy
XML she sees you cry…
XML sketchee
XML somebody’s closet
XML something positive
XML stitched together poorly
synaptic discharge
XML temperantia r3
XML thanh’s journal
XML think i’ll have another glass of mexican wine
tiki tiki tembo
XML tim’s modern life
XML todc
XML transient images (note: each category on Jol’s blog has its own RSS feed; the one provided here is just to the main blog)
XML a trick mind
XML trivia and peacebuilding:beauty-violence-inequality-and daily affairs
XML ’twas brillig, and the slithy toves…
vicious thinks
XML vividblurry.com
XML washington g.l.b.t.d.c.
XML wesley the improbable
where angels fear to tread
XML xtra rick’s journal

5 thoughts on “washington dc metro area gay, lesbian, bi, transgender, queer, etc. blogs and journals

  1. Oh wow! Very cool site! And thank you for linking to mine! πŸ™‚ Big bearhugs!
    If you have not, you should check out the Radical Faeries sometime.

  2. It involved a fair amount of time and diligence; I started with the sites I knew, and followed their links. Then I went to the cool DC Metro Blog Map, and checked every link on that site for clues to their owners’ orientations. Once I ended up on some LJ sites, I started following links to friends, and friends’ friends, and so on.

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