Any Tumblrs marked with a [*] indicate those I welcome additional members to contribute to. Contact me if interested!
A Future in Noise [*]: Music blog begun by Marilyn Roxie in July 2008 (moved to Tumblr in 2011). Updated with music news and reviews, features on genres, artists, and independent music. Click here for Roxie’s articles on AFIN.
Genderqueer Identities: Launched September 2010 with the aim of promoting genderqueer and non-binary awareness. Includes information, resources, and provides a space for others to share their stories. Click here for Roxie’s articles on GQID. Click here for Roxie’s genderqueer tag on Delicious.
“The Mission of the Center for Sex & Culture is to provide judgment-free education, cultural events, a library/media archive, and other resources to audiences across the sexual and gender spectrum; and to research and disseminate factual information, framing and informing issues of public policy and public health.”
“SSEX BBOX is: 1. internet documentary series about sexuality, 2. a queer magazine. The project consists in revealing some of the various sides of sexuality in our days. In different societies and cities like SÃO PAULO, BARCELONA, BERLIN AND SAN FRANCISCO”
Lush, Fuzzy Patch (NSFW): Celebrating male beauty, especially musicians and models. Nudity tends to be on the “artistic” side.
Vulpiano Records: “Vulpiano Records isn’t an ordinary label. Vulpiano is a collective and a community. The concept behind Vulpiano is simple: to offer quality free music. Genres we specialize in are ambient, electronic, and acoustic. All artists are linked by their spirit of independence and experimentation. We hope you enjoy and share the music.” Top-listened to artists on the label as of early 2012 according to Last.fm scrobbles are Natural Snow Buildings, Fire Island Pines, and Anton Rothschild.
Fuck Yeah the Fall! [*]: The Fall + Mark E. Smith and related endeavors.
Fuck Yeah the Who! [*]: The first “fuck yeah” Tumblr I started in June 2009. All about The Who.
Internet Chic [*]: Celebrating the ‘net art’ phenomenon and taking nostalgic trips through the likes of Geocities, Angelfire, and Tripod.