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NYT Coverage of Pride 2018

Today, The New York Times published a collection of stories in celebration of Pride 2018.

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Today, The New York Times published a collection of stories in celebration of Pride 2018. These nine articles vary in subject matter: from exploring the ABCs of L.G.B.T.Q.I.A.+ to examining “the ascent of queer food culture” and a guide for traveling abroad safely. This special section will also appear in print on Sunday, June 24.

How a Pastor and a Popcorn Shop Owner Helped Save Pride in Starkville

By Heather Murphy

This is the story of Pride in a Mississippi city, but it’s also the story of how queer love and life may differ from one mile to the next — or one hour to the next.

Building Their Own Table: The Ascent of Queer Food Culture

By Jeremy Allen

Food has become a trope by which the queer community has found commonality, sought visibility, championed diversity and encouraged activism.

Queer Love in Color

By Jamal Jordan

Why do no gay people look like me? Jamal Jordan, a black digital editor at The Times, lamented growing up. So as an adult, he decided to give a gift to his younger self: the imagery of queer love.

86 and Opening Closet Doors at the Hebrew Home

By John Hanc

David Oscar helped start an L.G.B.T. & Allies group at a group home in the Bronx because “I felt that the world in general was against who I was.”

Reaching Out to Younger Hearts and Minds About L.G.B.T.Q. People

By Scott James

Advocates see an opportunity to help prevent bigotry from taking root in children, but deciding the details has divided some communities.

The ABCs of L.G.B.T.Q.I.A.+

By Michael Gold

Words and abbreviations are changing with the need to address and respect people who do not feel represented.

At Same-Sex Dances, Anyone Can Lead

By Jane L. Levere

As these events become more popular, and more visible, participants are finding “ritual, renewal and community.”

The Shifting Global Terrain of L.G.B.T.Q. Rights

By Tanya Mohn

While there has been international success for people in the L.G.B.T.Q. community, some areas show no signs of progress.

An L.G.B.T.Q. Guide to Traveling Safely Abroad

By Tanya Mohn

Great disparities exist in local attitudes and in the ways visitors are treated. Know before you go.