For 25 years, OUT has celebrated queer culture. To mark our silver jubilee, we look back at some of the biggest, brightest moments of the past 9,131 days.
Here, a sampling of some of the album's queer lyrics we pored over:
"A tornado flew around my room before you came / Excuse the mess it made, it usually doesn't rain in Southern California, much like Arizona / My eyes don't shed tears, but boy, they pour when I'm thinkin' 'bout you." -- "Thinkin Bout You"
"If it brings me to my knees it's a bad religion / This unrequited love / To me it's nothing but a one-man cult and cyanide in my styrofoam cup / I can never make him love me / Never make him love me." -- "Bad Religion"
"I know you, Forrest / I know you wouldn't hurt a beetle / But you're so buff and so strong / I'm nervous, Forrest, Forrest Gump / My fingertips and my lips / They burn from the cigarettes / Forrest Gump, you run my mind, boy / Running on my mind, boy." -- "Forrest Gump"