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Since the school year began, you've probably noticed that the blog isn't putting out the post/day it was doing before, and the Daily Recap has completely disappeared. Well, don't fret, if you're wondering where you can get your diverse LGBT news from, I've got an RSS feed for you.

This is the Ameriqueer twitter RSS feed. Every day @Ameriqueer tweets dozens of news stories from the best LGBT/PWA news sources across the web. From amazing blogs like Bilerico, Pam's House Blend, Joe.My.God, Blabbeando, Rod 2.0, Good As You, to time-honored LGBT/PWA publications like, the Advocate and Poz Magazine. There are also some interesting new players like @latestlgbtscien, @TransNewsGirl and the @NathanOUTLoud Podcast. Find out when a new episode of your favorite LGBT PodCast is up--Lundon Calling. Don't forget that @Ameriqueer will also let you know what there's new content at your favorite LGBT blog, Ameriqueer!

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