Nine Reasons to Save This Blog Right Now

Reasons to support saving this blog Political Q&A’s – for six years, I’ve interviewed a who’s who of regional politicos, from a US Senator to behind the scenes folx who make the campaign magic happen. I’ve brought to light countless out LGBTQ elected officials and asked tough, but fair questions. Memorial Post for Trans Neighbors […]

It’s Been 36 Days And I’m Still Fighting Back

Pgh Lesbian Correspondents

Good morning, my friends and readers. First, I am still safe with friends. They are feeding a rotating array of vegetarian foods – soup, pasta, even a tofurkey dinner. I’ve only had meat 2 times. To be fair, it is easier to eat vegetarian when other people are preparing the food. But I feel physically […]

Check Out The Official Pittsburgh Lesbian Correspondents Blog TikTok

TikTok blog follow us on TikTok

If you want to save your blog, get a TikTok they said. I have a personal TikTok that boasts mostly cat videos and low viewership. So I’m skeptical a TikTok devoted to this blog, to my blog, can do better than cats. However, I need to save my blog. Recent events have illustrated that my […]

Thank you for voting us 2nd place in Best of Pittsburgh blog category

Thank you readers of @pghcitypaper for voting our blog Pittsburgh Lesbian Correspondents 2nd place in the #LocalBlog category of #bestofpgh 2023. Visit pghlesbian.com to read our content. As we near the end of our 18th year of #blogging it is unequivocally true that our local content defines us. I will never forget when the CP […]

Vote for #ProtectTransKids in City Paper Best of Pittsburgh Readers Poll

It is once again the time of year to cast your votes in Pittsburgh City Paper ‘Best of Pittsburgh’ Reader’s Poll. Voting Rules: You can vote once per day, per category. Some categories will contain more than 5 entrants because of Tie Votes. Best Charity Fundraiser is one that I’m personally proud of. In twelve months, […]

The Hate They Give

I’m gonna just leave this racist, homophobic screenshot right here. ~ Sue “Where are all the white supremacist signs ? Just because somebody is republican doesn’t make them a white supremacist. It’s called freedom of speech. I didn’t understand the part of it at the end. What are you trying to ask Black people? Personally, […]

A Very Special Message from Sue

Political Q&A Pittsburgh

I emailed this appeal to our blog subscribers. First time I’ve done that, but our blog coffers need some help. I’m pretty exhausted just thinking about all of the work to do. So I thought it was worth a try. Over 30 people unsubscribed. This is not free content. It comes with a price and […]

Top 30 Most Frequently Read Posts in 2022

2022 Most Popular Blogs

Always a sobering post, I’m not the least bit shocked that only seven of these 30 posts are NOT about violence targeting the trans community – the rest are memorial posts and reporting on anti-trans campaigns. Our Q&A with Pennsylvania’s Second Lady, Gisele Fetterman (3), is unsurprisingly popular. Also our Q&A with her husband Senator-Elect […]

Guest Post: Why December 10 is Sue Kerr Day in the City of Pittsburgh

Pittsburgh City Council Sue Kerr Day

Guest blog post by Anne E. Lynch, Executive Director, Three Rivers Community Foundation, and board member of Pittsburgh LGBTQ Charities Recently, I was asked to weigh in on a very special document – a proclamation to make a Sue Kerr Day in Pittsburgh.  It was to be a surprise, but some of us argued against […]

The Time Where I Am Named One of 12 People of the Year By The Advocate Magazine

Blogging and activism have led me in many directions these past decades, but I never imagined they would lead me to a list of 12 ‘People of the Year’ alongside Beyoncé and Ukrainian President Zelensky. And that is exactly what just happened with the November issues of The Advocate. The Advocate, a prestigious national publication […]