When you get tired of reading the same sites and need something new, try these:
Fridae, a comprehensive website in English "empowering gay Asia" featuring news, culture, movies, books, and upcoming events throughout the region. Their five most recent articles cover Desmond Tutu, the Hong Kong Gay Film Festival which starts tomorrow, the second novel by Johann Lee, Junior Vasquez's debut in Singapore, and a visitor's look at gay life in Yangon.
Sexual Orientation and the Law Blog,written by two law professors (a woman at the Univ. of Illinois and a man at Emory), the site reviews current LGBTQ legal cases and legislative issues in the United States. Yesterday's entry covered Hammer v. Univ. of Michigan. Of 45 professors considered for tenure at the law school in the past 40 years, Hammer was the first to be denied. He was also the first openly gay professor. The writing is concise, readable, and jargon-free. (Hat tip, Charlene.)
White Crane Journal, "the oldest gay spirituality magazine with a 15 year history of exploring gay spirit, culture and wisdom," offers excerpts of its content online and urges readers to subscribe to the print edition "to keep this conversation going." The most recent issue includes two interviews (check out Egyptologist Greg Reeder on same-sex love portrayed on ancient tombs), five essays (Harry Hay, Walt Whitman, more), four non-fiction book reviews, three poems, and two columns.