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Wonderful Websites – Gay Culture and Society

By Saturday 30 June 2018Gay, The Web
wonderful-websites-image This is the seventh blog post in a series titled Wonderful Websites. The first focused on general health and can be read here. The second focused on mental health and mental illness and can be read here. The third post focused on shopping and can be read here.

The fourth focused on money and can be read here. The fifth focused on gigs, shows and theatres and can be read here. The sixth focused on paganism and can be read here.

Here’s Wonderful Websites about gay culture and society:

1. The Gay UK – My number one source of gay news.

2. Gay Star News – My close second source of gay news.

3. Gaydio – A gay radio station that can be listened to in London and Manchester and online.

4. Stonewall – A national charity that campaigns for LGBT rights.

5. The Albert Kennedy Trust – A charity that supports LGBT homeless young people.

6. RUComingOut is a brilliant resource for anyone struggling to come to terms with their sexuality, coming out or thinking about it.

7. GMFA – A gay men’s health charity.

8. LGBT @ BuzzFeed – A news site that has an LGBT section. Has the odd interesting article.

Are there any gay culture and society websites that you think are useful that aren’t on the list? If so leave a comment below and let me know.

In the next post in my Wonderful Websites I will list great TV, Online Streaming & Films websites.

Blog soon,


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  • Andrea Pierce says:

    Hi Anthony! I hope you are well. Sorry to hear about your laptop and car. I hope things go well for you again soon.
    I have recently discovered that I have Asperger’s Syndrome – now HFA of course. Although I am not gay, there will undoubtedly be those who are and who also live with a disability. Is this something that you could feature? I know the NAS is a good starting point. Incidentally, I have survived mental illness such as anxiety and depression, which seem to tie in with my neurological condition.
    I hope you are keeping well in that respect too.
    Andrea xx

    • Antony says:

      Hi Andrea,

      Thanks for the comment. Great to hear from you, are you well?

      With regards to the laptop and car, things break, although dealing with them and the inconveniences caused has been both stressful and expensive.

      I think it’s a great idea to have a list of Wonderful Websites for Asperger’s Syndrome and Autism!

      Are there any websites you find useful/would recommend for Asperger’s or Autism? I haven’t got a diagnosis of either, but think a list of websites/resources others might find useful.

      I’ve added The National Autistic Society to my list.

      I’m well and hope you are too. Big hugs,

      Antony xx

      • Andrea Pierce says:

        Hi Anthony!
        I’m very well, thank you.
        And thank you for adding NAS to your list.
        The other site that might be of interest is It’s an American site that supports LGBT community members who live with autism. I don’t know too much about it, but it might be worth a look.
        Big hugs, Andrea xx

        Comment edited to change link to – Antony

        • Antony says:

          Hi Andrea,

          Thanks for the comment. Glad you are well.

          Twainbow looks like a great site to support LGBT and autism.

          Big hugs,

          A x

          • Andrea Pierce says:

            Hi Anthony!
            My apologies for putting the wrong details up. Glad you found the site!
            Louis Molnar was the founder of Twainbow. He has posted a piece on the site about living under the double rainbow.
            Enjoy reading!
            I hope you are enjoying your weekend.
            Big hugs! xx

  • Antony says:

    Hi Andrea,

    No worries. I don’t generally edit anyone’s comments, but thought that the site would be useful for some people, so I did. Hope that’s okay.

    I’ll have a read when I get chance.

    I’m having a nice chilled weekend and hope you have a good weekend too.

    Big hugs,

    A x

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