Sure, we face political opponents and religious fanatics. But which enemy has the best chance of thwarting progress on gay issues? See what guest columnist Steven Igarashi of AID Atlanta’s Gay Men’s Outreach Program has to say about it in our new print edition.

Our new issue also features 50 ways to survive the rest of the summer, a preview of the beloved annual benefit “Backpack in the Park,” the rundown on all the recent news in LGBT Georgia, and much, much more.

Of course, you get our “Best Bets” events for the next two weeks; “Outspoken,” the most outrageous recent quotes on LGBT issues; “Domestically Disturbed,” columnist Topher Payne’s ongoing look at the triumphs and challenges of work, friendship, and gay married life; and “That’s What She Said,” our new column by former Q100 radio personality Melissa Carter.

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