The movie Avatar has us thinking about creating more community connections with our fellow bloggers out there, so we went looking for a variety of interesting blogs that would appeal to our readers. Here are ten to check out now:
1. Advancing Gender Equality: www.transgenderequality.wordpress.com
This is the blog for the National Center for Transgender Equality and has up-to-date articles and news about political activism.
2. The Bilerico Project: www.bilerico.com
Read this one for “daily experiments in LGBTQ.” With over 75 contributors, this blog received the Advocates “Top Political Blog of 2009″ Award.
3. Gender Variance in the Arts: www.gvarts.blogspot.com
All about movies, writing, tv, politics, etc. You get the idea!
4. Intersex and the City: www.intersexandthecity.blogspot.com
A relatively new blog talking about everything from the legality of intersex surgery to Lady Gaga.
5. Laura’s Playground: www.lauras-playground.com
This blog bills itself as “a Transgender Umbrella Resource Community Online.” Many features are updated daily. Check out the transgender support group meetings online.
6. Pam’s House Blend: www.pamshouseblend.com
Frequent winner of the best of GLBT Blog Award, this site is “an online magazine in the Reality-Based Community” and has a bit of everything.
7. TGForum: www.3dcom.com
This blog has a variety of news, resources, places to shop, and a chat area.
8. Today You are You: www.todayyouareyou.com
Written by the loving mother of a transgender child from an affirmative standpoint. The name is based on a Dr. Seuss quote.
9. Transgriot: www.transgriot.blogspot.com
A finalist for the 2008 webblog awards in the GLBT category, this blog features “news, opinions, commentary, history, and a little creative writing from an African-American transwoman about the world around her.”
10. TransGroupBlog: www.transgroupblog.blogspot.com
This blog is the place “where a variety of voices from within the trans community gather to discuss issues, post news, and compile information.
Happy websurfing. Tell us what you think, and let us know if we are missing one of your favorites!