Shout out to Pittsburgh’s Newest Gay Blog

15 months after the launch of www.pghlesbian.com along comes www.pghgay.com, Pittsburgh's Gay Men's Blog.  Mozarti, a lifelong friend of mine (since second grade), takes his homo-thoughts in a whole different direction than us lesbo correspondents.  He covers everything from homophobia in the Catholic Church to homoerotic fixation with men's underwear. 

We need to gayify the 'burghosphere a bit more.  Can www.pghtrans.com be far behind?

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  • Speaking of transgendered, since I've been housebound and sick for months, I've started watching the soap opera “All My Children.” I was drawn in largely because they had added a transgendered character: Zoe/Zarf. (who's also a lesbian). This being a soap opera, of course everything is highly dramatic and fairly cartoonish, but Zoe is presented sympathetically overall.
    What was really interesting was Friday's episode where Zoe attends her first transgender support group. It seemed to me that, likely, all of the group members were actual transgendered people and the dialogue appeared improvised and real.
    I'm wondering if anyone else had seen it?

  • Speaking of transgendered, since I've been housebound and sick for months, I've started watching the soap opera “All My Children.” I was drawn in largely because they had added a transgendered character: Zoe/Zarf. (who's also a lesbian). This being a soap opera, of course everything is highly dramatic and fairly cartoonish, but Zoe is presented sympathetically overall.
    What was really interesting was Friday's episode where Zoe attends her first transgender support group. It seemed to me that, likely, all of the group members were actual transgendered people and the dialogue appeared improvised and real.
    I'm wondering if anyone else had seen it?

  • We don't get ABC here at Lesbian Central (no cable) but I keep up with the goings on of All My Children via the Internet. Great storyline. As the World Turns has been doing nice stuff with a young gay man but no love life as of yet …

  • We don't get ABC here at Lesbian Central (no cable) but I keep up with the goings on of All My Children via the Internet. Great storyline. As the World Turns has been doing nice stuff with a young gay man but no love life as of yet …

  • You're missing some very good acting from the guy who plays Zoe — he takes the whole show up a notch whenever he's on screen.

  • You're missing some very good acting from the guy who plays Zoe — he takes the whole show up a notch whenever he's on screen.

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