16 Most Popular Tagg Magazine Articles of 2016

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What a year it has been, huh?

This year has had a lot of ups and downs, but despite this, Tagg has continued our mission of bringing you lots of content throughout the year. From Sex & Relationships to Wedding Announcements to Community News, we gave you everything lesbian, queer, and under the rainbow not only in print, but online as well.

Our readers loved our new stories, but also came back for some oldies but goodies! Below are the 16 most popular articles that had you buzzing this year.

16. Tinder Across America
Two friends armed with their smartphones and Tinder accounts shared their experiences as they #TinderAcrossAmerica. Read More

15. 2016 Enterprising Women
From a real estate agent to a psychotherapist, these women are making a difference in people’s lives and changing our community one good deed at a time. Read More.

14. A Love Story: Redefining Masculinity in the Queer Community
This is a love story, or rather, a story about love. My presentation, my demeanor is typically femme of center. You know – feminine. Femme or “FEMME”. Femme-ish. Femmy. Read More

13. Femme Problems 142: Steered Straight
Though I have been out as a lesbian for years and attracted to women all my life, my coming out process started later than most. Read More

12. Attention Becky: Acknowledging Privilege and Accepting Space
A few weeks ago, I read a blog post on Prince of Petworth highlighting a new gay bar opening in Logan Circle. As I scrolled through the comments, I noticed a quite lengthy comment regarding straight people who frequent gay establishments. Read More

11. Narcissists, Psychopaths, and the Single Lesbian
Have you ever met a psychopath? Chances are you have. You may even have dated one. Or worse still, married her. It may even be why you are now long-term, chronically single. You may be so afraid it will happen again. Read More

10. Sex & Relationships
There is no particular article that stood out from the rest. Apparently are readers are big fans of love, relationships, and sex. And, there is nothing wrong with that. Read More

9. Wedding Announcement: Briana Green and Portia Williams
Briana and Portia announced their wedding with Tagg, and we know our readers LOVE love. The couple from Clinton, MD share all of their details with us. Read More

8. The Community Mourns the Loss of Linda McAllister
The D.C. LGBTQ community is mourning the loss of Linda Mah (née McAllister). She passed away from cancer on October 29, 2016 with her wife by her side. Read More

7. Loving Trans Men: Why I Don’t Just Date “Real” Men
“If you date trans men, why don’t you just date, you know, a real man?” This question has definitely gotten me worked into a hold-my-purse, ready-to-scrap, tizzy a few times. Read More

6. Six LGBTQ Affirming Churches in D.C.
Church: both a place and an event that can strike many emotions in the spirits of us queer folk. As a recovering Pentecostal myself, I thought I would bring my discerning side eye to the task of finding the top six LGBTQ affirming churches in Washington, D.C. Read More

5. Quiz: Am I In Love With Her?
You might be really into her, but are you in LOVE with her?  This time of year has some pondering this question more times than others. Read More

4. Wedding Announcement: Donna Hay and Valerie Jones
Washington, D.C. residents Donna Hay and Valerie Jones shared their wedding announcement and details with Tagg readers. Read More

3. Six New Lesbian and Queer Parties You Should Know About
Is it us or did we wake up to an explosion of queer women’s parties? Someone out there wants to make sure that Tagg stays on our J-O-B! Read More

2. New Lesbian Lounge in Baltimore: The Attic at Flavor
Lesbians are constantly consulting the calendar before heading out for a night with the girls. Is it ladies’ night tonight? Is today the second or third Saturday of the month? Read more

1. Lesbian Chef Tragically Killed at Wedding Reception
Johns was a well-known local chef and owner of Chef Tyonne LLC, a catering business based in Silver Spring, MD. She also was the former chef at The Carriage House in Adams Morgan, located in Washington, D.C. Read More
(Video: https://taggmagazine.com/community/chef-tyonne-johns-video/)

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