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The Best Gay Blogs

All the top LGBTQ+ blogs (not to be confused with the LGBT social networks on the web), including niche blogs (like ones for bears, twinks, and cubs) as well as gay blogs organized by language, nationality, or special interest. This list of LGBTQ+ online blogs includes domains relating specifically to the gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender communities. The best gay blogs have a unique voice and capture parts of the LGBTQ+ culture that may not be covered in the mainstream press. (If you don’t find your favorite website on this gay blogs list, please add it!)

Since the early days of blogging, where a blog could be something as small as a paragraph of rant on a black page, the effective use of blogs has evolved to a place where information on every topic can be found in all corners of the internet. This growth has been particularly relevant in the LGBTQ+ community where information on lesbian, bisexual, transgender, and gay topics used to be harder to come by. With the addition of social media services such as Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, Google+ and others, there are myriad new avenues leading to the best LGBTQ+ blogs. In addition, with the volume of links submitted to aggregation sites and services like Reddit and StumbleUpon, it’s easier than ever to find LGBTQ+ blogs and blog posts on gay topics or any imaginable topic, no matter how niche.

What are the best gay websites? What blogs cater to the LGBTQ+ community? Are there LGBTQ+ social networks online? This LGBTQ+ blog list aims to answer these questions and direct you to the best LGBTQ+ websites on the internet. If your favorite LGBT Q+blog isn’t listed, make sure to add it so others can discover another great LGBTQ+ forum online.

If you’re looking for additional LGBTQ+ content, make sure to check out the most gay friendly cities in America and the list of famous transgender people.

The Best Gay Blogs


Marco Gay boasts over 15 years of entrepreneurial experience in the digital and innovation industry.

From May 2014 to May 2017 he was the President of the Young Entrepreneurs of Confindustria and Vice President of Confindustria.

From 2016 he has been a Board Member of University LUISS Guido Carli.

Technical Group “Formazione di sistema” of Confindustria.

From April 2018 he has been Board Member of Il Sole 24 Ore S.p.A.

From April 2018 he has been the President of Anitec-Assinform: member of Confindustria and Confindustria Digitale Federation which gathers ICT and Consumer Electronics companies in Italy.

On November 30th 2015 he was appointed Partner of Digital Magics, a startup incubator listed on AIM Italia. From November 2015 to December 2017 he was Executive Deputy Chairman of Digital Magics.

On December 12th 2017 Marco Gay he was appointed CEO of Digital Magics.



Gay Gay Homosexual Gay or I Can Still Hear His Voice is a catchphrase often paired with images of characters from popular media, in which one character reminisces another character mocking them. Starting on Tumblr in 2018, the meme gained popularity in January 2021 and spread to other platforms. Members of various online fandoms – particularly LGBTQ+ communities – use the meme to create fan art and poke fun at ships or general relationships between characters.



On November 19, 2018, [1] account relateablepicturesofyuugi shared an edited panel from the manga series Yu-Gi-Oh!. In the panel foreground, the character Yugi Muto remembers the character Pharaoh Atem, saying, „I can still hear his voice…“ In the edited background, Atem says, „Gay gay homosexual gay,“ creating the impression that the memory of Atem is mocking Yugi. The post received more than 630 notes in less than three years (shown below).


Over the next few years, the image spread on Tumblr and TwitterYu-Gi-Oh! communities. But in January 2021, use of the image and phrases, in particular „Gay Gay Homosexual Gay,“ began to grow in popularity. Members of various fandoms began sharing imaginary dialogue between characters within their respective media.

Artists began creating original fanart of characters in the style of the Yu-Gi-Oh! panel. On January 19th, 2021, Twitter[2] user @cactuskhee shared the first known redrawing of the meme featuring characters from the video game series Danganropa,. The post received more than 20,000 likes and 4,900 retweets in less than two months (shown below, left).

Variations of the meme soon appeared on DeviantArt, where fans recreated the format with different characters, including original characters. On January 30th, [4] user Coksii posted a version based on their original characters, which received more than 1,000 views (shown below, right).

Voiceovers began appearing as well. On February 2nd, the earliest known video version of the meme appeared on YouTube. YouTuber Wioll uploaded a voiceover of a comic by Twitter [3] user @gogopri, featuring characters from the video game series Metal Gear (shown below, right).

Early History

The earliest documentation of same-sex relations in the western world is that from ancient Greece. Relations between adult men and adolescent boys were valued as a form of population control.

Ancient Rome took many of its ideas on sexuality from ancient Greece. Many Roman men partook in bisexual behavior. All emperors, with the exception of Claudius, had male lovers until the Christian emperor, Theodosius I decreed a law condemning gay men to be burned at the stake, in 390.

During the Renaissance cities such as Florence and Venice were known for the widespread practice of same-sex relations. However, the authorities were prosecuting, fining, and imprisoning much of the gay population.

Modern History

Along with woman’s rights and the civil rights movement, the gay rights movement has been brought to the forefront of society in the last century.

In June 2015 the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that the right of same-sex couples to marry is on the same terms and conditions as opposite-sex couples, making same-sex marriage legal in all states.


The rainbow flag was originally decided by Gilbert Baker and was first displayed in a Gay Freedom Day Parade celebration on June 25, 1978. [1] This flag represents the entire LGBT community, including gay people. The original flag had eight stripes, with each stripe having a specific meaning: hot pink – sex, red – life, orange – healing, yellow – sunlight, green – nature, turquoise – magic/art, indigo – serenity, violet – spirit.

This design has undergone some changes over the years. As the demand of rainbow flags increased they began selling with seven stripes, without the pink stripe due to the lack to pink fabric. In 1979 the design was changed again because, when hung vertically from the lamp posts of San Francisco’s Market Street, the center stripe was obscured by the post itself. The turquoise stripe was dropped, making a flag with an even number of stripes. [2]

In the mid-2010s, gay activist Valentin Belyaev posted his version of the gay man flag in an initiative group in VKontakte to combat gayphobia (homophobia against men) [3] and on Tumblr.[4] It later spread further on the internet and especially spread in the gay activist space.[5][6][7][8][9] This flag consists of shades of azure and blue, symbolizes the diversity of the gay community and is an analog of the traditional lesbian flag, consisting of shades of rose and red.

In 2017, Hermy and another Tumblr user proposed another flag design specifically just for gay men, based on the lipstick lesbian flag, which in turn was plagiarized from a satirical cougar pride flag. [10][11][12][13] This design, with seven stripes in the colors blue, white, and teal, has been criticized for its stereotypical use of blue (sometimes considered a „boy color“) to represent gay men in terms of masculinity.[14] In large part this design is not well-known outside of Tumblr.

In 2019, Tumblr user gayflagblog [15] proposed a different flag with green, blue and purple tones. This flag was created to solve the main problems of the previous proposal by having more than just blue tones and not being a recolor of the lipstick lesbian flag.

In 2020, Tumblr user mothpride proposed another flag design as many people still felt that other designs were too similar to the lipstick lesbian flag. The two interlocked rings represent the ongoing fight for marriage equality, colored pink for the reclaimed triangle and lavender for its history with gay men.


The first known use of the term homosexual is found in an 1869 German pamphlet by the novelist Karl-Maria Kertbeny. [16] The word is derived from the Greek prefix homo- meaning ’same‘. Many modern sources advise against using the term homosexual, and to instead use gay, due to the fact that homosexual has a history of being used negatively and in clinical context.

The term gay originally meant ‚happy‘, ‚carefree‘, or ‚cheerful‘. It was occasionally used to refer to homosexual men in the 19th century, but lost popularity in the beginning of the 20th century. [17] The term was solidified in in 1960’s when homosexual men began using it to describe their orientation.

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Giorgia Gabriele’s Boyfriend

Giorgia Gabriele is single. She is not dating anyone currently. Giorgia had at least 1 relationship in the past. Giorgia Gabriele has not been previously engaged. She married Gianluca Vacchi. She is originally from Sora, Italy, but has also lived in Milan and Bologna, where she pursued her love for fashion. According to our records, she has no children.

Like many celebrities and famous people, Giorgia keeps her personal and love life private. Check back often as we will continue to update this page with new relationship details. Let’s take a look at Giorgia Gabriele past relationships, ex-boyfriends and previous hookups.

Giorgia Gabriele’s birth sign is Capricorn. They are very romantic and too emotional. Although they fail to express themselves, they think and work out a solution for problems in relationships. They are not the ones who give up easily. The most compatible signs with Capricorn are generally considered to be Taurus, Virgo, Scorpio, and Pisces. The least compatible signs with Capricorn are generally considered to be Aries and Libra. Giorgia Gabriele also has a ruling planet of Saturn.

Enfim sós. (Um romance gay)

Mudar-se de cidade não é fácil, ainda mais para um adolescente de 17 anos! Ah! desculpe, ainda não me apresentei: me chamo Bruno, acabo de me mudar! Vou contar uma história, uma história que nunca foi contada, não por mim pelo menos… ###PROIBIDO C…

Gender(s) attracted to:

refers to the attraction towards or desire for the same gender (or similar genders to one’s own). Terms such as homosexual and homoromantic can be considered synonyms or subcategories of the gay umbrella.

Gender(s) attracted to:

While gay applies to men, women, and non-binary people, it is sometimes used to only refer to gay men. The term lesbian tends to be used specifically for gay women and, less commonly, other terms are usually used specifically for gay men. Gay has also been used as an umbrella term for anyone in the LGBTA+ community.