Logan Lynn, QBlog Editor-in-Chief

Logan is the founder and Editor-in-Chief of QBlog. He identifies stories & trends and oversees 28 writers over 5 blogs which produce content that creates and maintains visibility of LGBTQ issues throughout a variety of communities. Logan was a columnist at the former Just Out Magazine and currently writes for The Huffington Post, The Portland Mercury, Moviefone and BuzzFeed in addition to QBlog. To reach Logan by email, please click HERE. To connect on Twitter, please click HERE. To connect on Facebook, please click HERE.

If you listen to NPR / PRI in the U.S., you already know Jian Ghomeshi as an award-winning broadcaster, writer, musician, producer and host of the multimedia phenomenon known simply as “Q” — or as The Washington Post calls it, “the most popular new arts and culture radio show in America”. If you are Canadian,.. read more →

(Originally Published on The Huffington Post on 4/21/2014) In my role as a queer activist, I am privileged that I get to do a lot of work with Q Center, which operates both the LGBTQ Community Center and the Sexual and Gender Minority Youth Resource Center (SMYRC) in Portland. This past year in my work.. read more →

We had an amazing time today at Q Center with WNBA star (and OUT lesbian) Brittney Griner! Brittney read from her book, answered questions, signed and gave out copies of “In My Skin”, took photos, and was just generally wonderful. She even brought packs of Skittles and Cliff bars for all of the LGBTQ youth.. read more →

Thanks so much to everyone who has had their photo taken or helped us spread the word about our #SochiSign #GayPropaganda #QueerPropaganda takeover so far!  We launched the Photobomb Solidarity Project for LGBTQ Russia this past Friday and things are off and running in very exciting ways! Learn more about the project and check out a beautiful.. read more →

We are thrilled that our efforts to insert the conversation around the state-sanctioned torture and oppression of LGBTQ people in Russia into the media coverage of the Sochi Winter Games worked so quickly! We love each and every one of you who have come out to take your queer photos in solidarity so far! Thanks.. read more →