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WORLD PRIDE 2019
Black & Proud Love • Black men loving each other is a revolutionary act, and Black writers taught me how.
CANCER CHRONICLES • Mourning the loss of trailblazers is never easy, especially when their legacies have changed our lives. These lesbians (one of whom was trans) all died of cancer recently, but they’ve secured a rightful place in history.
Bye-Bye Binary • The latest research shows our nation’s youngest generation has made a huge leap toward non binary thinking.
SKIN IN THE GAME • LunchboxWax is redefining what it means to be trans-welcoming and queer-friendly in the grooming industry.
CAPTURING A CULINARY INTERSECTION • Los Angeles’s hottest Spanish restaurant explores the city’s cultural heritage.
Rainbowing That White Wedding • Traditional weddings can be so boring, so why not make it a queer affair?
CONFESSIONS OF A SOUTHERN SISSY • This stiletto-rocking, Lebanese-American, nonbinary author talks gender policing, straight men’s jealousy, and getting laid.
THE BOLD AND BEAUTIFUL • The Bold Type’s Stephen Conrad Moore is a breath of fresh air as a same-gender-loving man of color playing his true self.
Emily’s List • The thoroughly Canadian star of Schitt’s Creek and 12 Monkeys talks about humor, marriage proposals, and sleeping in transport vans.
LAUGH IN (OR OUT) • A new series brings an all-queer lineup of comedians to your TV.
SOMEONE THEY COULD DISPOSE OF • A very real murder of a South African gay teen—and the world’s first concentration camps—inspire the new novel by Maggie and Me memoirist.
My Beloved Is Mine • LOGAN AND LAILA IRELAND BECAME THE FACE OF TRANSGENDER AMERICANS SERVING IN THE MILITARY WHOSE LIVES ARE NOW IN FLUX, BUT THEIR HAPPY MARRIAGE CAN’T BE TAKEN DOWN BY DONALD TRUMP’S TRANS BAN.
GORGEOUS & GETTY • Transgender author and YouTube star Gigi Gorgeous on her new memoir and upcoming nuptials to fiancé Nats Getty.
LOVE & ACTIVISM • TLDEF’S EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR MADE TIME TO FIGHT THE TRUMP ADMINISTRATION AND FIND TRUE LOVE.
NOT LOST IN TRANSITION • ACTRESS DELIA RAWDON WHO APPEARED ON THE LGBTQ EPISODE OF DRUNK HISTORY AND HER WIFE TRANSFORMED THEIR WEDDING RINGS WITHOUT LOSING PRECIOUS MEMORIES
Love & Marriage • THEY WERE MARRIED ON NATIONAL TELEVISION, BUT WHAT HAPPENED WHEN THE CAMERAS FADED OUT?
Queer Eye for the Right Guys • In new memoirs, Tan France and Karamo Brown talk about getting engaged to their husbands.
ARE QUEER PEOPLE MAKING MARRIAGE BETTER? • Conservatives feared the legalization of same-sex marriage would radically change the institution forever. And it did, but just not how they expected.
I DO • MORE LGBTQ COUPLES ARE TYING THE KNOT AND WHILE WE’RE SAYING “I DO,” WE’RE ALSO DOING IT OUR WAY—SPILLING GLITTER AND RAINBOWS ALL OVER THE BIG DAY AND TEACHING STRAIGHT COUPLES HOW IT’S DONE. HERE’S AN LGBTQ SPECIFIC BREAKDOWN OF THE BASICS YOU NEED TO KNOW WHEN PLANNING YOUR OWN FABULOUS DAY (GO TO ADVOCATE.COM/WEDDINGS FOR MORE?.
Those Bridal Shows
HAVING THE RELIGIOUS CEREMONY YOU DREAMED OF
Finding a Ring
A WEDDING WEBSITE OF YOUR OWN
How to Get a Marriage...