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Volume 48 Number 39

Volume 48 Number 39 Flip-through Edition

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Stamps of approval

QUEER ISSUE 2014: Which queer icon should next appear on a stamp?

ID, please

QUEER ISSUE 2014 Photographer Sarah Deragon's Identity Project defines the LGBT community on its own terms.

The Guardian Hot Pink List 2014

QUEER ISSUE: Our annual list of queers we adore

Pride on fire!

QUEER ISSUE 2014: Music, mayhem, parties, perfomances, more: Our guide to this Pride 2014's must-do events

On the hoof

THE WEEKNIGHTER: How many people can you fit in the Black Horse Pub? (We're serious.)

Get Baked

TABLEHOPPING A destination-worthy bakery, a butcher shop and restaurant rolled into one, and third-wave tea.

Pack it up

Moving to gay San Francisco, 20 years ago

Summer spins

Quick-takes on new releases

Dirty, sweet, and far from down low

Brooklyn's Cakes da Killa wants to be more than just "the blowjob rapper"

Vortex room

Sci-fi puzzler 'Coherence' raises the bar for high-concept, low-budget filmmaking

Modern times

Smith/Wymore Disappearing Acts take on communication in the digital age

Proud of the whistleblowers

Glenn Greenwald's San Francisco appearance and Julian Assange's plea from exile crystallize a year of surveillance state revelations

Spotlight on transgender issues

This year's Trans March comes at a high-profile moment for the community

Pride and prejudice

How the attack on teacher tenure echoes through the movement for LGBT rights

Trying to have hope

OPINION I get it, as Harvey Milk famously said: "You gotta give them hope." But how do you do that when the LGBT community...

End corporate welfare

EDITORIAL Big, powerful corporations seem to always find a way to get what they want out of City Hall, particularly under the administration of...

Sex behind bars

"Prison of Love" Pride party in the Armory raises concerns about celebrating prison rape