The issue will be available to download online and will hit newsstands on June 22. It went to print a few days before 49 people were killed in an attack on a gay nightclub in Orlando, Florida, an event the magazine acknowledged in its release about the historic cover. “Around the world, LGBT+ people experience hatred and violence every day,” the magazine’s statement reads. “Such violence does not exist in a vacuum but snowballs from intolerance and bullying that begins in classrooms, too often comes from politicians or religious leaders and is often not treated with respect by the media.”

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