LGBT Nordic Blog Awards 2017

We believe that being a member of the LGBT community is not only something to be proud of, it should also be something to be celebrated. That’s why we are organizing this Blogger Award for LGBT bloggers in order to express our appreciation for the people who continuously provide hope and a helping hand to those who might be feeling marginalized.

The nominated blogs on this list have expressed compassion, understanding, and camaraderie to those who might feel alone and misunderstood. At the same time, we have chosen to focus exclusively on Nordic bloggers. In this way we hope to promote the Nordic LGBT community.

All of the bloggers will receive a badge signifying their nomination for the award. In addition, there is a symbolic monetary prize, which will be awarded to the blogs depending on the amount of votes they get.

 

You decide which blogger deserves to win the biggest prize.

Vote below – it is quick and easy

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Voting ends at 12:00 PM on 16th of December
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€500 is divided between the bloggers
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LGBT DANMARK

Being a member of the LGBTQ community can be extremely challenging, but thanks to sites like lgbt.dk, some of the issues become more manageable. It helps a lot when gays or lesbians know that they don’t have to be alone in facing the issues that come with their gender orientation.
What’s really neat about reading what francisstrand.blogspot.com/ has to say about issues related to the LGBTQ community is that it doesn’t pretend to be profound in anyway. The author just gets it and tries to help those who might be going through some of the things that are common among gays and lesbians’ lives.
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mitt liv som homofil

A great blog for those who are interested in or are in need of advice in dealing with LGBTQ issues, mittlivsomhomofil.blogg.no is a perfect example of a website that people can truly relate to. It’s straightforward and compassionate, which is something that members of the community absolutely need.
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Soren Juliussen

When reading what sorenjuliussen.dk has to say about being gay, lesbian, bisexual, queer, or trans, readers really get the feeling that no matter what, everything is going to be fine. The site tackles common issues in a way that doesn’t spell doom, which helps a lot in getting comfortable with the situation.
Reading the contents at maketsu-maketsu.blogspot.com really gives readers the impression that there’s a sense of community among LGBTQ members. This helps a lot, because far too many of those who belong don’t feel like they have anyone to turn to. That’s why maketsu-maketsu.blogspot.com/ is so helpful.
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Morten Andreasen

Anyone who truly wants to get a better grasp of LGBTQ matters might want to see what mortenandreasen.com has to say about it. An excellent resource that is full of the most fascinating insights into what being a member of the LGBTQ community is like, there’s lots to be learned from the site.
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Regnbuemor

Once you see what regnbuemor.dk has to say about common problems related to life, parenting, and what LGBTQ members have to deal with, it’s easier to put things in perspective. There’s a lot of comfort to be gained from someone who can put matter in a certain light that eases your anxiety.
Anyone who needs a break from the grueling day to day challenges of being gay, or trans, or whatever else, reading hulivilipoika.blogspot.com/ is practically guaranteed to relieve stress. It’s a neat little site that offers some fascinating contents about gays and their histories.
What petripenna.blogspot.com/ offers to the LGBTQ community above all else is the hope that there are people out there who truly do understand and who truly are prepared to accept them for who they are. This is exactly what petripenna.blogspot.com/ shows by giving readers warmth with every word.
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Card Carrying Lesbian

Although the site is owned by a lesbian, cardcarryinglesbian.com still talks about issues that all members of the LGBTQ have to deal with. This goes with societal norms, relationship troubles, and family issues. It’s a wonderful resource that makes the problems faced by the community easier to get a handle on.
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Are you a blogger and would you like to participate in our awards? Or would you like to nominate a blog for our awards? Then contact us on [email protected] or on Facebook. You can nominate a blog even if it doesn’t match the theme of this awards. We will consider all blogs for our future blogger awards!

LGBT Blog Awards 2017

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