When I started blogging in 1999, there were only about 100 or so blogs. I wondered how many other GLBT bloggers there were, so I started a list. Over the years, QueerFilter has grown into the leading directory of GLBT blogs.
If a blog post is in English, QueerFilter uses the Yahoo! Term Extraction Service to find keywords in the post. This is a service still in development, so it's not perfect! Click on the keyword to find other posts tagged with that keyword.
Visit the ping page for information on setting your blog software up to let QueerFilter know when you've posted a new entry. If your blogging software is not capable of sending pings, QueerFilter will find your new entry within an hour as it searches all blogs for new entries.
Registering on QueerFilter is free. Doing so allows your to update blog listings and participate on the forum. Having an account allows you to create a list of Favorite blogs. Also, you can specify in your account that you'd like to see NSFW posts.
To create an account, click on "Register" at the top of the page. You need a valid email address to join.
You don't need to log out, but if you share a computer with someone else it's a good idea to log out when you're finished using QueerFilter. You can click the "Log Out" link at the top of most pages, or click here to log out.
If you forgot your QueerFilter password, type in your email on the Log In page and leave the password field blank. Then, click on the "Forgot my Password" button. This will generate a new password and email it to you. Log in with that new password. Then, you can Update your Account and change the random new password to something else.