The Society: Gay,_Lesbian,_and_Bisexual/ category is intended for sites related to gay, lesbian, bisexual as people, their sexual orientation, lifestyle choices, sexuality, gender issues.
Please submit sites to the most appropriate category.

Sites with adult content which is not of an educational, informative, or artistic nature are not permitted, but should be sent to the Adult category.

Sites primarily offering online shopping should be sent to the Shopping category.

Sites with a narrow geographic focus are best placed in a Regional category.

Sites relating to transgenderism are located in the Society: Transgendered category.

Websites about specific activist initiatives performed, or to be performed, as well as related resources.
Websites of specific campaigns, petitions, and other initiatives may be submitted to this category.
Sites relating to advice for gay, lesbian, and bisexual people.
Submissions to this category should be sites offering answers to questions asked by the community.
Organizations, publications, and people who ally themselves with the causes of GLBT people, regardless of their own sexual orientation.
People, groups, and even ideas may be submitted here.
Gay, lesbian, and bisexual Art, Entertainment, Photography, Comedy, Film, Music, Radio and Television.
Submissions to this category should be sites offering information on art or entertainment of relevance to gays, lesbians, and bisexuals.
Resources specifically for bisexual men and women, including polyamorous, polygamous, and pansexual persons.
Submissions to this category should be sites offering a variety of information for bisexual persons, or does not fit into a subcategory.
Resources for money management.
Submsissions to this category should be sites about finding jobs, investing money, and business management.
Gay, lesbian, and bisexual people use the term "coming out" when referring to the process of revealing their sexual orientation to others. This category contains help, stories, and information.
Submissions to this category should be sites dealing with the gay, lesbian, and bisexual issue of revealing sexuality.
This category contains sites relating to computer and internet use by gay, lesbian, and bisexual people. Includes web communities, webrings, chats, mailing lists, directories, and web development.
Submissions to the top level should be portals or websites with too diverse of offerings to be listed in the Social Networking subcategory. Also, applicable websites for the category that do not fit into a subcategory, such as online quizes.
Issues of relevance to seniors in the gay, lesbian, and bisexual community.
Submissions to this category should be sites for and about seniors in the gay, lesbian, and bisexual community. Please submit to the appropriate subcategory, if available.
Sites relating to family, marriage, parenting, and adoption for gay, lesbian, bisexual people.
Submissions to this category should be sites dealing with issues of relationships and parenting.
Websites relating to various issues and interests of gay men.
Please submit sites to the most appropriate category. Sites with Adult content which is not of an educational nature are not permitted, but should be sent to the most appropriate Adult category. Dating sites should be submitted to the LGBT dating category.

Sites relating to physical and mental health, disabilities and diseases which affect gay, lesbian, and bisexual people.

Submissions to this category should be sites offering health information of importance to the gay, lesbain, and bisexual community.
Historical information on same-sex love and its effect on human affairs, from ancient times to the recent past.
Please feel free to suggest sites related to any and all manifestations and constructions of same-sex love and desire that qualify as historical, as opposed to current events.
Information on household activities, home planning, day to day finances, and other aspects of living from a gay, lesbian, and/or bisexual perspective.
Submissions to this category should be sites offer information that can be used in life, such as cooking, gardening, decorating, finances, and securing a home.

Sites offering national relocation information or referrals to gay-friendly real estate agents may be listed here. Individual local agents will not be considered.

Sites relating to homophobia and how it affects gays, lesbians, and bisexuals.
Submissions to this category should directly deal with the issue of homophobia, the resentment of same sex loving people.

Law

Legal issues, information, and organizations relating to laws, marriages, domestic partnership, same-sex couples.
Submissions to this category should be websites offering any information on laws of significance to gay, lesbian, and bisexual people.
Relating to lesbians, gay women, bisexuals, dykes, and womyn.
Submissions to this category should be websites offering information for same sex loving females.
Concerns, issues, policies, and groups dealing with gays, lesbians, and bisexuals in the military.
Submissions to this category should informative on a broad range of topics, are does not have a subcategory it could be better placed in.
Communication outlets offering information to the lesbian, gay, bisexual transgender community.
Submissions to this category should be web sites offering current news and ways to communicate in the form of a portal site. Web sites offering information about, from, or in the form of another type of media should be submitted to a subcategory.

International organizations relating to equality, human rights, and safety of gay, lesbian, and bisexual people.

To be listed here, an organization must have operations in two or more countries. Organizations specific to only one region must be listed in their appropriate http://dmoz.org/Regional/ category.
This category consists of a list of sub-categories within the Open Directory Project that refer to gay, lesbian, or bisexual individuals. The categorization of a person as homosexual or bisexual has existed for only 150 years. Some of the individuals listed here are from times or places where these concepts were not used. In addition some people may have chosen to not publicly acknowledge their sexuality for social or personal reasons. The editors involved in the creation of this list have made every effort to only include individuals for which there is scholarly or documentary evidence available.
This category only serves as a guide to help locate a appropriate personal homepage category. No sites will be listed in this category.
Personal homepages of gay men belong in: Society/Gay,_Lesbian,_and_Bisexual/Gay_Men/Personal_Homepages/

Personal homepages of lesbian women belong in: Society/Gay,_Lesbian,_and_Bisexual/Lesbian/Personal_Homepages/

Personal homepages of bisexual people belong in: Society/Gay,_Lesbian,_and_Bisexual/Bisexual/Personal_Homepages/

Personal homepages of gay, lesbian, bisexual youth belong in: Society/Gay,_Lesbian,_and_Bisexual/Youth/Personal_Homepages/

Information on the many ways the Gay, Lesbian, and Bisexual community gives to charitable causes, and Grant-Making Foundations specifically aimed at awarding grants to Gay, Lesbian, and Bisexual programs and initiatives.
Sites relating to gay, lesbian, and bisexual representation in political parties and governmental process.
Submissions to this category should be sites offering information on political parties and government processes that affect gay, lesbian, and bisexual people. Sites dealing with laws or activism should be sent to the appropriate related category.
Events recognized as International celebrations of Gay Pride, organizers of such events, and calendars of events worldwide.
Submissions to this category should be related to international Pride events.
Sites related to race and ethnicity.
Submsissons to this category should be websites offering information and communication for gay, lesbian, and bisexual people of a particular ethnicity.
Recreational organizations which focus on Gay, Lesbian, or Bisexual membership are listed in this category. General information pages are listed only if the content is specifically aimed at a Gay, Lesbian, or Bisexual readership. All other recreation sites can be found in Recreation.

Please submit only sites which specifically focus on Gay, Lesbian, or Bisexual recreational content to this category.

This category is for sites which offer reference materials pertaining to gay, lesbian, and bisexual life.
Submissions to this category should be sites which are designed to be used as a reference resource, and which specifically focus on gay, lesbian, or bisexual content.
This category serves as a guide to gay, lesbian, and bisexual categories within their appropriate region.
Websites will not be listed in this category. Please submit your site the most appropriate locality.
This category is for sites about the religions and spirituality of gay, lesbian, and bisexual people.
This Category and its sub-categories are for sites that provide resources, information, and spiritual fellowship for the Gay Lesbian and Bisexual community.

If you are submitting a site that deals with opposition to GLB spirituality consider this category Society/Issues/Gay,_Lesbian,_and_Bisexual/Opposing_Views

If your site deals with a specific religion please check the subcategories to best place your site.

Sports can be generally defined as competitive events involving physical exertion. Included here are sports that may be recreational rather than competitive activities for most people, such as bicycling. This category is for sites offering sports information, or the web site of sports teams of the gay, lesbian, and bisexual people that train and compete in sports.
Submissions to this category should be sites offering a variety of sports information, or the home page of groups offering a variety of sports teams. Web sites on a particular sport should be submitted to the appropriate sub-category.

Sites with adult content which is not of an educational, informative, or artistic nature are not permitted, but should be sent to the Adult category.

Before submitting a site, be sure to read the category description.

Please submit to an appropriate sub-category, if one is available. Otherwise, submit here. Failure to submit to the most specific appropriate category can delay the consideration of your submission.

Information on student life of gay, lesbian, and bisexual people.
Information, resources, and groups for gay, lesbian, and bisexual students should be submitted to this category.
Travel and tourism information, cruises, destinations, lodging, tour operators, and travel agents who offer information specifically to the gay, lesbian, and bisexual traveler.
Submissions to this category should be web sites offering a broad spectrum of travel information. More regional or specific information should be submitted to the appropriate sub-category.

Submissions to this category must show some type of indication that the services or information is intended for the gay, lesbian, or bisexual traveler. Your site must contain some content that is specifically gay related, whether it be a rainbow image, or mentions "gay" or "gay-friendly" in the text.

Relating to safety and equality, professional careers at the job and workplace.
Submissions to this category should be websites offering information for dealing with gay, lesbian, and bisexual workplace issues.
Relating to gay, bisexual, lesbian, and questioning youth/teenagers/young adults. Mailing lists, personal homepages, support, resources, information and advice.
Submissions to this category should offer information resourceful to young gay, lesbian, and bisexual people. More specific webisites should be submitted to the appropriate subcategory.