Jeramy's Web Space - "I will vote for a presidential or congressional candidate when the candidate supports equal justice, respect and care for all people (regardless of gender, race, nationality, religion, political belief, disability and sexual orientation) who commits to achieving those goals using nonviolent means". - Jeramy Townsley
Jeramy's website is an eclectic wealth of links for everything from Church Documents, Ancient Texts, Greek/Hebrew/Latin, Gay & Lesbian Studies, to Fun/Games, Human & Animal Rights, Neurology/Psychiatry and Medical Ethics, Weather/Earthquakes and much, much more.
I highly recommend a very long visit on Jeramy's website. You will learn much!
Keith and Ed's Site - Keith and Ed are a Christian Gay couple. God brought them together ONLINE through a Gay Christian Chat room on AOL. "The most important thing in our lives is not each other, not our family , and not our friends. Nor is it our job, our house, or our church. The most important thing in our lives is our relationship with our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. We have given our hearts and lives to him." Keith and Ed have numerous wonderful photos on their website and you can truly get to know these guys. They invite you to write to them, and bless their hearts, they've put a link to ChristianGays.com on their front page. Thanks Boyz!!
Radical Christianity - contains the writings of Rev Dr Jerry Maneker - a straight man with a heart for GLBT's.
The website seeks to provide a refreshing, provocative forum for the civilized presentation of ideas that reflect Jesus' commandments to trust God over and above seen circumstances, and to love other people by never tiring of doing good, to liberate all those held captive by traditions that make void the Word of God (Matthew 15:3), as well as by all other religious and secular sources and forces. Christians must preach and proclaim the only Gospel to be found in Christianity: the Gospel of grace, faith, love, peace, reconciliation, and inclusiveness.
Spirit of a Liberal - is a blog of progressive, religious themes which is gay friendly and contains frequent gay friendly articles.
Straight, Not Narrow - Straight people and GLBT people have two important things in common:
1) We are all God's children and
2) Christ is reaching out to ALL of us, as we are, to welcome us into fellowship with Him if we accept Him as Lord and Savior.
As a straight man, I never had a burning desire to attend a Gay Pride festival. It turns out, that was my loss. I recently participated in my first event of that type, helping out in a booth my church, Believers Covenant Fellowship, a non-denominational congregation that ministers to GLBT individuals, was running.
As I have found in the relatively short time I have been active in this fellowship, the more I open my mind and heart to new possibilities and opportunities, the more I am blessed.
Straight-Friendly - a daily devotional blog for gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgendered people. The goal is to provide GLBT believers an on-line site that offers a daily passage of Scripture, followed by a five-to-six paragraph discussion that (hopefully) reflects many of their concerns.
The underlying concept is very basic. As followers of Jesus, we guide our lives by His commandment to love God with all our hearts, souls, and minds, and we love our neighbors as ourselves. For GLBT Christians, this urges us to extend our love and understanding even to those who deny our claim of faith or seek to exclude us from the Body of Christ. In other words, instead of waiting for the church-at-large to become gay-friendly, it is incumbent on us to become straight-friendly.