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Magazines from today—those LGBT publications that have been integral to my own cultural awakening as an out, gay, queer, millennial guy. The phrase LGBT has been used to encapsulate an increasingly diverse group of individuals.
As the LGBT rights movement grows and expands around the world, I find myself part of an increasingly fragmented sociological group. Yes, gay bookshops are closing down. Iconic, historic, legendary gay nightlife spots are shutting their doors.
Indie magazines are popping up every few months now, gay-owned and ready to take on this new gay culture. And with the rise of magazine publishing, this need to keep and capture our transient culture is becoming easier and easier. The magazines below are some of my favorites, my go-to sources on gay culture.
With just three editions under its belt, Gayletter has grown to be one of the most impressive indie gay magazines. Beautiful photography mixed with original stories, all put together in a thoughtful and useful way.
Personally, I find the stories and content interesting and unique from other gay magazines in the fact that most of it seems quite personal to the publishers—which is a good thing.
It just makes the authenticity really shine, making it a true indie magazine, though one that is made professionally.
Clearly a labor of lots of love. Where to get Gayletter: Find it at indie bookshops around the world, and online at gayletter. Based in Brooklyn, printed in Berlin and distributed around the world in a mix of both indie magazine shops and corporate booksellersHello Mr.
The magazine is printed on a smaller-than-usual size, 6x9inches—making it easy to carry around. Bold, bright colors, strong typography and beautiful imagery the latest edition has photos shot by Berlin favorite gay photographer, Matt Lambert. The magazine is built on the back of stories from contributors, so the voices are wide and varied making the content especially interesting.
Where to get Hello Mr: Their covers are certainly a bit more edgy than other gay magazines, focusing on the fringes of the LGBT and queer scenes—often overlooked by the other publications on this list. Where to get Loverboy Magazine: You can also order it online, or download digital editions here.
Check out their website for regular LGBT news and pop culture. Where to get Gay Times: Available internationally at major bookstores and newsstands, or online through the Gay Times app.
In addition to their popular Popnography blogOUT has some strong travel content.Young Writers magazine is currently under construction.
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Thank you for your patience. Young Writers magazine is currently under construction. An official launch date has not been set. In the meantime, please enjoy browings our archives.
All work currently appearing here on Young Writers originally appeared in Frodo’s Notebook, the old site that this one will replace..
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Render on the page what is both alien and familiar about an animal, animals, or being “animal.”. This is a great compilation of essays from 27 transgender men, among the first books to tread modern territory in the years since Max Wolf Valerio’s very smart memoir, The Testosterone Files.
A dozen or more thought-provoking essays from some of the leading thinkers and most inspiring activists out there. Global challenges, grassroots perspectives, revolutionary horizons. Edited and illustrated to perfection by the ROAR collective.