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June 2019

Activist Miss Major Recounts the First Night at the Stonewall Riots

Here's what happened when trans and queer folk cast the first stone and gave birth to a movement.

MAC Has Raised Half A Billion Dollars For HIV/AIDS and Isn't Done Yet

The Viva Glam campaign is looking to its next 25 years.

Voguing Is Everywhere, and Now Ballroom Is in the Driver's Seat

After being kept out of positions of power for so long, the community that created the art form is in charge.

Early AIDS Activism Was So Much More Diverse Than Media Depicts It

And we spoke to activists who were there.

James Baldwin's Blueprint For The LGBTQ+ Rights Movement

Baldwin paved the way for the future of the LGBTQ+ rights movement, while embodying the Black imagination.

How the 5 Out Congresswomen Made Their Way to Capitol Hill

How the five lesbian and bisexual members of Congress won on kitchen table issues and embracing their identities.

The Fight To End The HIV/AIDS Epidemic In Black Communities Isn't Over

Twenty years after Phill Wilson founded the Black AIDS Institute, the new president, Raniyah Copeland, offers a vision for tomorrow.

Is Pete Buttigieg Really What We Need for President?

The candidate graces one of our three covers for our Pride Issue.

Mj Rodriguez Is the Mother We Never Had

How Mj Rodriguez became the heart and soul of Pose, the most necessary show on television.

How Sylvia Rivera Created the Blueprint for Transgender Organizing

The trans activist's most enduring legacy lies in the institutions she built, inspired, and forced to change.