Here are the top ten articles for the Gay Lesbian Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. Sisters - A Book By Lynne Cheney
Did you know that our former Vice President´s wife wrote a highly sexual western novel that included lesbian sexual passages? I didn't either... until I came across this little gem!
2. LGBT Newsletter
Get up to date information on GLBT community news and issues in a short, concise newsletter.
3. Civil Unions in Illinois – A real possibility?
The House of Representatives for the State of Illinois has a bill before them for consideration. The bill has a name. It is called “The Religious Freedom Protection and Civil Union Act.” Why is it important and why should you care?
4. Gay Causes - What Made Me Gay
They made Me Gay. Who is to blame, and why do we always look to blame. Let's take a look so that we can protect our sons and daughters.. and even protect yourself too!
5. Civil Union verses Gay Marriage
Is there really a difference when it comes to civil unions and gay marriage? What is in a simple word? Is there really a case that one is better over the other? Why should it really matter if we get the rights we want in the end? I shall share my opinion.
6. The Magic In Your Touch - A Book By Sara Bell
The newest addition to the Book of the month Club. This month we will take a look at an up and coming author Sara Bell and her latest publication, The Magic In Your Touch.
7. Real Women – Lipstick Lesbians
What is it about Lipstick Lesbians that raises so many eyebrows? Is it their looks? Is it their attitude? Is it the fact that straight men just cannot see a beautiful woman as a lesbian? Let´s look at a little more.
8. Luna - A book by Julie Peters
A coming to terms book written by Julie Peters. This GLBT book looks at Regan O´Neil and her coming to terms with her brother, Liam, being transgender.
9. What Genesis 19 Has to Say About LGBT People
The so-called "clobber verses" have been used to justify discrimination against LGBT people for centuries. This article is a discussion of the first, Genesis 19.
10. DOMA Declared Unconstitutional Again in 2012
On July 25 2012 the Defense of Marriage Act was considered unconstitutional by the Connecticut District Court.
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