List of LGBT periodicals

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The following is a list of periodicals (printed magazines, journals and newspapers) aimed at the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) demographic by country.

Africa[edit]

Armenia[edit]

  • LGBTnews.am. ("Bekum" democracy support centre NGO)  , online media[2]

Australia[edit]

The most comprehensive holdings of LGBT periodicals is found at the Australian Lesbian and Gay Archives; their holdings are listed in ALGA Periodicals Collection Catalogue.

  • Blue. (Studio Magazines)  ISSN 1323-0026.
  • Dandy Magazine, published in Sydney
  • DNA Magazine. (Inter-Prime Publications)  ISSN 1443-1122.
  • Dreamboys. (Studio Magazines)  OCLC 56750263.
  • Lesbians on the Loose. (Lesbians on the Loose)  ISSN 1324-6542.
  • Q Magazine.   ISSN 1449-499X.
  • QNews Magazine.   ISSN 1833-4830. OCLC 223039064. Fortnightly since 2000 [3]
  • Southern Star. (Gay Publications)  ISSN 0819-5129. OCLC 220874467. , also ISSN 0816-4290, Victorian sister publication of Sydney Star Observer
  • Star Observer
  • Sydney Star Observer. (Gay Publications)  ISSN 0819-5129. OCLC 220874467. , also ISSN 0816-4290
  • They Shoot Homos Don't They?. (Shannon Michael Cane)  OCLC 191573637.
  • Wax. (Evolution Pub., Gay in WA Holdings)  OCLC 437301176.

Free[edit]

Out of print[edit]

Austria[edit]

  • COXX – Vienna Gay News. (eDate Advertising GmbH) 
  • Pride. (Linz : Verein zur Förderung der Information über Schwule, Lesben und TransGender-Personen)  OCLC 52802306.
  • queerbook. (queermedia)  , national
  • Vangardist – Progressives Männer Magazin. (Vangardist Medien OG) 
  • XTRA!. (XTRA! Verein für Gesundheitsinformationt)  , national
  • Lambda Nachrichten. (Homosexuelle Initiative Wien)  OCLC 30122454. , launch 1979

Out of print[edit]

  • Tamtam. (Kulturverein Schwulesbisch in Gumpendorf)  OCLC 24646763.

Belgium[edit]

  • Gay Magazine.   OCLC 320452597.
  • ILGA-Europe. (International Lesbian & Gay Association, European Region)  ISSN 1378-577X.
  • LABELS Magazine. (LABELS Media & Publishing)  [5]
  • ZiZo Magazine. (çavaria)  [6]

Brazil[edit]

Out of print[edit]

Canada[edit]

Probably the most comprehensive list and largest collection of Canadian and international LGBT periodicals is at the Canadian Lesbian and Gay Archives in Toronto. See the following website: clga.ca/periodicals-lgbt

Out of print[edit]

China, People's Republic of[edit]

See also separate list at: Hong Kong

Costa Rica[edit]

Czech Republic[edit]

Finland[edit]

Out of print[edit]

France[edit]

  • Jeanne Magazine

Out of print[edit]

Georgia[edit]

Germany[edit]

Out of print[edit]

Hong Kong[edit]

For a more complete list of current and discontinued HK lgbt periodicals, see "Towards Full Citizenship" bibliography (HK LGBT Periodicals section in that bibliography). "Towards Full Citizenship" is posted on the Pink Alliance (Hong Kong) website, at www.pinkalliance.hk, under their LGBT Hong Kong tab.

Hungary[edit]

India[edit]

See also the web page at: www.orinam.net/resources-for/lgbt/ . Click on "Magazines and Journals" at this page for lengthy list of current and discontinued Indian/South Asian lgbt periodicals.

  • Bombay Dost, India's only registered LGBT magazine, launched 1991, global distribution twice a year
  • Gaylaxy Hindi.   , India's first LGBT Hindi webzine, launched 1 January 2014
  • Gaylaxy Magazine.   , India's largest LGBT webzine, launched 2010
  • Pink Pages.   , launch July 2009, global quarterly distribution

Indonesia[edit]

The following four Indonesian titles are noted by the Australian Gay and Lesbian Archives:

Ireland[edit]

Italy[edit]

Out of print[edit]

Japan[edit]

Out of print[edit]

  • Adon (アドン), 1974-1996
    • MLMW (ムルム), 1978-1981
  • Adonisv(アドニス), Yukio Mishima was concerned with foundation of a periodical, 1952-1962
  • Anise (アニース)
  • Bara (薔薇), launch 1964
  • Barakomi (バラコミ), launch 1986
  • Carmilla (カーミラ)
  • doukou (同好), launch 1959
  • Fabulous (ファビュラス), launch 1999
  • The Gay (ザ ゲイ), launch 1978
  • Kuia Japan – Queer Japan. (Keisō Shobō-2001)  OCLC 43906181. , launch 1999
  • Niji ()
  • P-NUTS (P-NUTS), launch 1996
  • Sabu (さぶ), 1974-2002
  • Super Monkey (スーパーモンキー), launch 1979
  • yes (yes), launch 2006

Jordan[edit]

Lebanon[edit]

Out of print[edit]

  • Barra

Mexico[edit]

Out of print[edit]

The Netherlands[edit]

Out of print[edit]

Poland[edit]

The Philippines[edit]

  • Outrage magazine [9]
  • TEAM magazine [10]

Serbia[edit]

Out of print[edit]

  • Dečko magazine

Singapore[edit]

Out of print[edit]

Slovenia[edit]

Out of print[edit]

  • 1xy. (Škuc Magnus) 
  • eLmagazin. (MKC Maribor) 
  • Lesbo. (Škuc LL)  OCLC 442867867.
  • Kekec. (Škuc Magnus) 
  • Legebitrina Oznanila. (Legebitra) 
  • Revolver. (Škuc)  ISSN 1318-2668.
  • Sestre.  

South Korea[edit]

  • Buddy magazine

Spain[edit]

  • Entiendes? 1989- ISSN 1575-1635
  • Gay Hotsa, bilingual Basque and Spanish, OCLC 289381704
  • MagLes magazine
  • Shangay magazine
  • Zero (out of business)

Taiwan[edit]

  • Blue Man magazine
  • Blue Men magazine
  • G & L Passion magazine
  • Good Guy magazine
  • Style Men magazine
  • Tung Yen Wu Chi (Eng: "Gays Speak Out")

Thailand[edit]

See the Australian National University project website for many archived Thai LGBT periodicals in electronic format. http://thairainbowarchive.anu.edu.au/catalogue.htm

Turkey[edit]

United Kingdom[edit]

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Free[edit]

  • Boyz. (Windmill Europe Ltd)  ISSN 1750-7944.
  • FS Magazine. (GMFA)  ISSN 1750-7162. , free
  • Galha News. (Gay and Lesbian Humanist Association)  ISSN 0953-8763.
  • Gscene. (James Ledward) 
  • Schools OUT UK's Official Guide to LGBT History Month. (Sugar Media & Marketing / Schools OUT UK)  , free annual listings and lifestyle magazine for LGBT History Month
  • Midlands Zone. (What's On Magazine Group)  , free monthly lifestyle magazine
  • Out in the City. (Squarepeg Media) 
  • QB - Nottinghamshire's Queer Bulletin.  
  • QX. (FirstStar, Ltd)  ISSN 1356-6903.
  • ScotsGay. (John Hein) 
  • UnDividingLines.   , free LGBT/queer magazine produced for and by Scottish Highlanders

Out of print[edit]

United States[edit]

News and information[edit]

Regional[edit]

A–M[edit]
N–Z[edit]

Lifestyle[edit]

Health[edit]

  • POZ Magazine. (Smart + Strong)  ISSN 1075-5705. , launched 1994

Travel[edit]

Out of print[edit]

Scholarly[edit]

Historical research resources[edit]

  • International Directory of Gay and Lesbian Periodicals (Oryx Press, 1987), ISBN 0-89774-297-4
  • Lesbian Periodicals Index (1986), ISBN 0-930044-74-6
  • Lesbian Sources: A Bibliography of Periodical Articles, 1970–1990 (1993), ISBN 0-8153-0782-9
  • Our Own Voices: A Directory of Lesbian and Gay Periodicals, 1890–1990: Including the Complete Holdings of the Canadian Gay Archives (Canadian Gay Archives, 1991), ISBN 0-9690981-6-2
  • Women's and Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Movements (LGBT) Periodicals Collection, 1968–2005, Rare Book, Manuscript, and Special Collections Library, Duke University[21]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Levin, Isabel (August 20, 2015). "Ugandan LGBT publication, Bombastic Magazine, is making a huge impact". GLAAD.
  2. ^ "LGBTnews.am - LGBT news".
  3. ^ a b https://www.qnews.com.au/about-qnews-magazine/
  4. ^ "AX National – Gay Entertainment, Gay Lifestyle and Gay Photography". Eevolution. Archived from the original on 21 April 2009. Retrieved 8 May 2009.
  5. ^ http://www.labels-magazine.be Archived 13 December 2012 at the Wayback Machine.
  6. ^ "ZiZo Online" (in Dutch). Zizo-online.be. Retrieved 2015-06-07.
  7. ^ Dimsum Magazine
  8. ^ Fondazione per il libro, la musica e la cultura (2003). Catalogo espositori. Officine Grafiche Editoriali Zeppegno. p. 94.
  9. ^ "Outrage Magazine print issue NOW AVAILABLE". 'Outrage' magazine. Retrieved 13 October 2018.
  10. ^ Jaucian,Don (21 June 2016). "What it's like running the only gay magazine in the Philippines". CNN Philippines. Retrieved 13 October 2018.
  11. ^ a b Ong, Terry (20 June 2013). "The Not-So Straight Story". is.asia-city.com. Asia City Online Ltd. Retrieved 7 February 2014.
  12. ^ [1]
  13. ^ Lister, David (6 February 1994). "New gay style mag chases pink pound". The Independent.
  14. ^ "Lesbian News".
  15. ^ Zonkel, Phillip (September 5, 2017). "Lesbian News founder Jinx Beers to be inducted into LGBTQ Journalists Hall of Fame". Q Voice News.
  16. ^ [https://web.archive.org/web/20070108114032/http://citypages.com/databank/26/1290/article13614.asp Article on the demise of LivingOUT from City Pages
  17. ^ published November 11, 2014 (2014-11-11). "Historic Launch of The TransGen Times, News Source for the Transgender Community - Our Lives". Ourlivesmadison.com. Retrieved 2015-06-07.
  18. ^ "listing". Gaydata.com. 27 May 2001. Retrieved 1 November 2013.
  19. ^ http://instinctmagazine.com/instinct-publishing-closes-operations
  20. ^ "Queen's Quarterly:". Creativevisionsbooks.com. Retrieved 1 November 2013.
  21. ^ "LGBT Studies: Primary Sources". Duke University Libraries. 4 December 2017. Retrieved 23 March 2018.

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