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

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.

Free[edit]

Out of print[edit]

  • Adelaide Gay Times (Ray Mackereth). OCLC 221367221. , 1992–2000
  • Bent (Leigh Harris, Sydney, N.S.W.). OCLC 54477875. , 2001 - 2009
  • Brother-Sister (Brother Sister Enterprises). ISSN 1038-3875. , Queensland edition ISSN 1321-005X
  • Camp Ink (Campaign Against Moral Persecution). OCLC 37165711. , closed 1977
  • Capital Q (Designer Publications). ISSN 1444-0822. , 1993–2000
  • Gay Community News (Gay Community News). ISSN 0158-6440. , 1979–1983
  • Focus (Gay Melbourne social publication). , quarterly, 1992–2000
  • Gay: For the Untamed Stud (Malnoj Pty). ISSN 0155-9117. 
  • GAYinWA. , closed 2008
  • Melbourne Star (B.news). ISSN 1446-0262. , 2001–2006
  • Melbourne Star Observer (MSO). , 1985 - 2000 (Bluestone Media)
  • National Star Observer (Gay Publications). ISSN 0819-2251. , also ISSN 0815-3396, launch 1987
  • Now in Melbourne (NOW Corp. Pty). OCLC 56553329. 
  • Now to 9 PM (Campaign Publications). OCLC 56553327. 
  • Outrage (Gay Publications Co-operative). ISSN 0811-2169. , 1983–2000
  • Stallion : Australia's gay magazine (Herd Publications). ISSN 0310-7256. , 1970s
  • Westside Observer (WSO) (Westside Publications). ISSN 1440-3323. , 1987 – 10 November 2000
  • Wicked Women (Wicked Women). ISSN 1033-6524. 

Austria[edit]

  • Vangardist – Progressives Männer Magazin (Vangardist Medien OG). 
  • 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
  • XTRA! (XTRA! Verein für Gesundheitsinformationt). , national

Out of print[edit]

  • Lambda Nachrichten (Homosexuelle Initiative Wien). OCLC 30122454. , launch 1979
  • Tamtam (Kulturverein Schwulesbisch in Gumpendorf). OCLC 24646763. 

Belgium[edit]

  • ZiZo Magazine (çavaria). [2]
  • LABELS Magazine (LABELS Media & Publishing). [3]
  • Gay Magazine. OCLC 320452597. 
  • ILGA-Europe (International Lesbian & Gay Association, European Region). ISSN 1378-577X. 

Brazil[edit]

  • A Capa
  • G Magazine
  • H Magazine
  • Junior
  • Revista Via G

Out of print[edit]

Canada[edit]

Out of print[edit]

Czech Republic[edit]

Costa Rica[edit]

Finland[edit]

Out of print[edit]

France[edit]

Out of print[edit]

Georgia[edit]

Germany[edit]

  • DU&ICH (Jackwerth Verlag). OCLC 39941926. , national (gay)
  • Invertito. , national (gay & lesbian)
  • Maenner aktuell (Bruno Gmünder Verlag). OCLC 31264831. [dead link], national (gay)
  • Siegessäule (Magnus-Zeitschriftenverlags). OCLC 29805912. , Berlin (gay & lesbian)
  • rik Matthei Medien, Cologne (gay)
  • BLU Berlin (gay)
  • BLU München (gay)
  • GAB Frankfurt, Rhein/Main (gay)
  • EXIT Ruhrgebiet (gay)
  • Hinnerk (Hinnerk-Verlag). , Hamburg (gay)
  • L-mag Jackwerth Verlag, national (lesbian)
  • Gigi – Zeitschrift für sexuelle Emanzipation Förderverein des wissenschaftlich-humanitären komitees (whk) e.V., national (sexually emancipated)

Out of print[edit]

Hungary[edit]

India[edit]

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

Ireland[edit]

Italy[edit]

Out of print

Japan[edit]

Out of Print[edit]

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

Lebanon[edit]

Out of print[edit]

  • Barra

Mexico[edit]

Out of print[edit]

The Netherlands[edit]

Out of print[edit]

  • Invoice (2008). 

Serbia[edit]

  • Optimist magazine (Gay Lesbian Info Center). ISSN 2217-6756. 

Out of print[edit]

Dečko magazine

Singapore[edit]

Out of print[edit]

Manazine[6]

Slovenia[edit]

Out of print[edit]

Spain[edit]

  • Zero
  • Shangay magazine
  • MagLes magazine

Turkey[edit]

United Kingdom[edit]

Free[edit]

  • Boyz (Windmill Europe Ltd). ISSN 1750-7944. 
  • FS Magazine (GMFA). ISSN 1750-7162. , free
  • g3 (Squarepeg Media). 
  • Galha News (Gay and Lesbian Humanist Association). ISSN 0953-8763. 
  • Gscene (James Ledward). 
  • Midlands Zone (What's On Magazine Group). , free monthly lifestyle magazine
  • Out in the City (Squarepeg Media). 
  • OutNorthWest (The Lesbian & Gay Foundation). 
  • QB - Nottinghamshire's Queer Bulletin. 
  • QX (FirstStar, Ltd). ISSN 1356-6903. 
  • ScotsGay (John Hein). 
  • UnDividingLines (David Downing). 

Out of print[edit]

United States[edit]

News and information[edit]

  • The Advocate (LPI Media). ISSN 0001-8996. 
  • Pink Magazine (David Cohen). 
  • biMagazine (American Institute of Bisexuality). , covering the Arts, Culture & Society
  • Compete Magazine (Media Out Loud LLC). , Coverage of sports events and stories about athletes within the Gay Community
  • Edge (Edge Media Network). , national network covering LGBT news and entertainment.
  • The Gay & Lesbian Review Worldwide (Gay & Lesbian Review, Inc). ISSN 1532-1118. 
  • GALA Magazine (Christine F. Gerity). , Print and online magazine; a voice for unseen, unheard, and undiscovered artists within the LGBT community.
  • G.L.A.M. (Gay & Lesbian Alternative Magazine) (GLAM Magazine, LLC). , The magazine for GLBT artist & musicians
  • GaySOFLA Magazine Online. , South Florida
  • Lambda book report (Lambda Rising, Inc). ISSN 1048-9487. OCLC 21076801. 
  • Lesbian News (Jinx Beers). ISSN 0739-1803. 
  • LGBT-Today.com (Gay Nichols Publishing, LLC). , covering LGBT activism from the intelligent view.
  • LGBTNation. 
  • LivingOUT, was a biweekly newspaper published by LivingOUT Media Group in Minnesota from June, 2004 through June, 2005.[8]
  • National Gay News (Norm E. Kent). 
  • OMG! Magazine (OMG Multimedia Companies, LLC). 
  • Out Front (Q Publishing Group). 
  • Jess Lemin. Queer'd Magazine (Queerd Entertainment). 

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.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "AX National – Gay Entertainment, Gay Lifestyle and Gay Photography". Eevolution. Retrieved 2009-05-08. 
  2. ^ Template:Their site: http://www.zizo-online.be
  3. ^ Template:Their site: http://www.labels-magazine.be
  4. ^ Fondazione per il libro, la musica e la cultura (2003*). Catalogo espositori. Officine Grafiche Editoriali Zeppegno. p. 94.  Check date values in: |date= (help)
  5. ^ Ong, Terry (June 20, 2013). "The Not-So Straight Story". is.asia-city.com. Asia City Online Ltd. Retrieved 2014-02-07. 
  6. ^ Ong, Terry (June 20, 2013). "The Not-So Straight Story". is.asia-city.com. Asia City Online Ltd. Retrieved 2014-02-07. 
  7. ^ Lister, David (February 6, 1994). "New gay style mag chases pink pound". The Independent. 
  8. ^ Article on the demise of LivingOUT from City Pages
  9. ^ "listing". Gaydata.com. 2001-05-27. Retrieved 2013-11-01. 
  10. ^ "Queen’s Quarterly:". Creativevisionsbooks.com. Retrieved 2013-11-01. 

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