Everything in Entertainment_&_Arts/Humanities/Books_and_Writing/Cultures_and_Groups/Lesbian,_Gay,_and_Bisexual.
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LGBT Authors Websites (14 Sites, 186 Hits) 08/25/2003
| ||Websites that offer books for sale, as well as blogs and journals of published, openly queer, writers.
Creative-Women.com (18 Sites, 111 Hits) 05/18/2000
| ||Creative-Women showcases both amateur and professional lesbian artists, authors, musicians, and craftswomyn. Anyone, regardless of orientation, with their own personal site that has poetry, original stories or some other form of art or craft to share with the GLBT Community is welcome to join! Sites not meeting this criteria will be denied. This ring is NOT for just any glbt type site.|
Queerest of All the WebRings (3 Sites, 216 Hits) 11/23/2002
| ||This is for ALL of you curious folks, be you "70s experimentalists," hippies, gay, bi, straight, queer, lesbian, curious/questioning, transvestite, transgenderal, transexual, or whatever, and all you straight writers, musicians, film makers and artists who simply don't believe in being stuck categorically in one genre of human sexuality. And lastly, for that matter, il est welcome to all of Brittania, everywhere! For as you can plainly see, this is but merely another arts webring. And the meek shall Inherit the Earth, whichever that my be, and the wind as well. And thank you, Matt Groenig, creator of Futurama, and Lynda Barry, wherever you may be. Kudos to you both.|
Queer Culture (2 Sites, 2 Hits) 12/08/2001
| ||A writers' ring for serious authors who want to write gay, lesbian or bisexual, quality fiction, and want to be published. We encourage publishers and writers to join this web ring to connect! The ring's premise is that your writings be based on well thought out action, adventure, suspense, horror, science-fiction, mystery, or fantasy, with the base of the story being a gay,lesbian or bisexual romance/relationship, with passion and intimacy. Not mindless porn. Artistic erotica for queers is also welcome. The logo for example is by international artist Charles Alexander Moffat of the Lilith Gallery. The painting is called "Salmacis in the Rain."
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