In addition to Florida’s gay summer traditions, our summer travel issue also gives you dozens of additional options for LGBT vacations, from cruises and music festivals to Pride celebrations and events targeting girls, boys, bears and more.
The new print edition also features the lineup of “Pink Peach” LGBT films at this year’s Atlanta Film Festival, with diverse flicks to make you laugh and think. ABBA-singing drag queens? Check. Lesbian space aliens? Check. Plus much more.
You’ll also get a rundown on Atlanta law firm King & Spalding’s decision to defend the federal Defense of Marriage Act, and subsequent decision to dump the case. Cartoonist Mike Ritter offers his unique take on the controversy, while columnist Cindy Abel wonders if we helped create the situation by basing our arguments for equality on economics.
Of course, you also get our “Best Bets” events for the next two weeks; “Outspoken,” the most outrageous recent quotes on LGBT issues; and “Domestically Disturbed,” columnist Topher Payne’s ongoing look at the triumphs and challenges of work, friendship, and gay married life. This week, find out Topher’s take on a little “Mississippi justice” administered to the “God Hates Fags” Westboro Baptist Church.
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