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8 Gay Blogs that We Recommend to Read


Gay Life After 40 wants our readers to broaden their horizon by reading material that is meaningful to their lives. We find that there are some really good blogs out in the world right now. Despite the fact, that most of them tend to focus on the audience of twenties and thirty year olds,  we wanted to share our opinion of the top 12 gay blogs that we recommend  for you to read. We hope you enjoy our selection. Keep on Aging Forward!

I have found that this blog will email you relevant gay news very quickly once you subscribe. It covers what’s happening in the LGBT world mainly in the United States. They tend to focus more on the youth than midlife and beyond. I do enjoy the comment section where readers express themselves quite well after a controversial article.

LGBTQ Nation is said to be one of most followed LGBTQ news source. The site mostly covers US headlines which includes marriage equality and politics, LGBT news from around all US states, world news and so on.

Randy Report is a daily blog covering news and entertainment news of interest to LGBT community.

I am not a sports guy but if you are looking for a sport site dedicated only to LGBT community, this is for you. It has great pics and very good articles covering sports, gay athletes, gay athletes’ lives and more.

     Gay Star News has the latest gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender news .

  •    OUT Sports

Belonging to OUT magazine, out.com is an interesting gay blog available on the web. It covers many interesting topics such as: fashion, entertainment, lifestyle, travel and nightlife, news and opinion and a lot more.

You can find interesting articles or editorial photos from Attitude UK magazine on this site. Attitude.co.uk is the only website of Attitude magazine that provide contents on topics such as: men, politics and comments, style, culture, and more.


Myoutspirit.com was founded in 2004 and in a vision to expand conversation between gay, lesbian, bi and transgender. The blog covers various gay-related topics of interest to the LGBT community.



What I love about this blog is I feel that I am listening to a friend talk about what is on his mind from living with his new partner to how it feels to be gay while living in his early thirties in Australia. Paul is a great writer. He is the main writer. He is just a regular guy who talks about meaningful things in his life that may help other gay men. He offers a unique perspective. He is very sincere and really cares about his reader. He has some great tweets as well.


Do you have any gay blogs that you would recommend? Please share in the comment section below.



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  1. Sam Luigi

    December 28, 2014 at 11:54 pm

    Thank you for the shout out! Have a wonderful new year!

    • williamsmith

      December 30, 2014 at 1:49 am

      Your Welcome! Very inspiring message you bring! Also, have a great new year!

  2. SA Collins

    March 11, 2015 at 3:43 am

    I am a recent half-centennial married to a man (legally for the past 8 years) but we’ve been together for the past 20. We have a daughter and wonder of all wonders, a granddaughter living with us – a multi-generational house. I am an author (first work was published January 1st this year) and the second (the first of a planned trilogy) is to be released April 1st, titled Angels of Mercy Volume One: Elliot.

    I write Gay Literature Fiction, which isn’t to be confused with M/M Romance which is dominated by and written primarily for women (go figure). I write fictional stories that I’ve imbued with experiences I went through, my husband’s and my gay brothers who I’ve had deep discussions about our lives as we live them – with all the foibles, follies and euphoria interspersed through out. While I love what this site represents, what I do see lacking is an area to discuss what other gay men write and why we write what we do. We used to have such brilliant gay authors like Gordon Merrick and John Rechy (who I believe is still writing today), say nothing of Larry Kramer, Christopher Rice and the rest. It would be great to find a resource where men of our age and experience can discuss and encourage writings by our own. I shudder to think that M/M Romance becomes the beacon of who we are as a community. Not that I disparage the ladies (and a few men) who write them, but I just crave gay men’s voices about our lives rooted in our own realities. No automatic HEA’s (Happily Ever After’s) or HFN’s (Happy For Now), but truly balls to the wall writing as page turners where you just have to know what’s going happen next. Rooted in our own experiences, our own lives.

    This is what I blog about as a gay literature writer. I often lament that i don’t see more of us writing about our lives. It would be great to create a wellspring where we can connect with other writers and share our experiences and promote each other’s voices to others in our community. It’s time we start taking care of our literary house. I for one, no longer wish to be a guest in that house.

    You can catch me and my stream of consciousness ramblings at sacollins.com/blog (Words and Errata by SA Collins).

    Most excellent job of looking out for the rest of us blokes who have moved well beyond the bar scene and want some quality in our lives. Bravo! – SA C.

  3. Cameron Williams

    April 27, 2017 at 1:47 am

    Great website!

  4. Guyhop

    February 1, 2018 at 11:28 am

    Thanks for sharing these blogs with us. I will definitely check them all out.

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