Indulge me a moment.
The Google Web Directory "integrates Google's sophisticated search technology with Open Directory pages to create the most useful tool for finding information on the web."
So if you were to search in the Society section under Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual (6097 entries) and then under Gay Men (718 entries) and then under Personal Pages (405 entries) and look at all the entries beginning with 'O' (7 entries)...
Sure enough, the top ranking is... (drum roll please)... me!
Over Your Head - http://www.overyourhead.co.uk/
A gay London weblogger.
This ranking uses a green ratings bars which according to Google: are a measure of the importance of a web page, as determined by Google's patented PageRank technology. These PageRank bars tell you at a glance whether other people on the web consider a page to be a high-quality site worth checking out. Google itself does not evaluate or endorse websites. Rather, we measure what others on the web feel is important enough to deserve a link. And because Google does not accept payment for placement within our results, the information you see when you conduct a search is based on totally objective criteria.