1. Heroism’s Contexts: Robbie Rogers and the Ghost of Justin Fashanu
  2. John M. Sloop, Isaac West
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  1. The Gay and Lesbian Movement in Belgium from the 1950s to the Present
  2. Paul Borghs
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  1. “My History, Finally Invented”: Nightwood and Its Publics
  2. Laura K. Wallace
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  1. Pulse
  2. Alexis Pauline Gumbs
  3. pp. 95-98
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  1. Queer Puerto Ricans and the Burden of Violence
  2. Lawrence La Fountain-Stokes
  3. pp. 99-102
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  1. Los puertorriqueños queer y el peso de la violencia
  2. Lawrence La Fountain-Stokes
  3. pp. 103-106
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  1. Pulse: A Space for Resilience, A Home for the Brave
  2. Katie L. Acosta
  3. pp. 107-110
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  1. When I Think of Pulse, I Think of Shakti
  2. Michael Hames-García
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  1. 103 Shots
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  1. The Sound of Everynight Life
  2. Julia Steinmetz
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  1. Safe Space Out of Place
  2. Christina B. Hanhardt
  3. pp. 121-125
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  1. I Also Want More
  2. Kimberlee Pérez
  3. pp. 126-128
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  1. Hacer lo posible
  2. Uriel Quesada
  3. pp. 129-131
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  1. Our Queer Breath
  2. Joseph M. Pierce
  3. pp. 132-134
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  1. Travestis, negras, boricuas, maricas
  2. Joseph M. Pierce
  3. pp. 135-137
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  1. Locked Eyes
  2. Ramzi Fawaz
  3. pp. 138-141
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  1. Orlando and the Militancy of Queer Mourning
  2. Jennifer Tyburczy
  3. pp. 142-146
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  1. Pulse: The Matter of Movement
  2. E. Cram
  3. pp. 147-150
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  1. 202 Bullets
  2. Jeffrey A. Bennett
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  1. Bailando: “We Would Have Been There”
  2. Micaela J. Díaz-Sánchez
  3. pp. 154-156
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  1. Latino/a Visibility and a Legacy of Power and Love
  2. Charles Rice-González
  3. pp. 157-159
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  1. Refusing Queer Violence
  2. Karma R. Chávez
  3. pp. 160-163
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  1. The Orlando Pulse Massacre: A Transnational Japanese Queer Response
  2. Shinsuke Eguchi
  3. pp. 164-167
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  1. “My Father’s Pulse”
  2. Aaron C. Thomas
  3. pp. 168-170
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  1. A Response to the Orlando Shooting: Queer Communication Pedagogy
  2. Ahmet Atay
  3. pp. 171-173
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  1. A Letter from South Central Correctional Center
  2. Michael Johnson
  3. pp. 177-181
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  1. The Missing 17 Minutes
  2. Alison Duke
  3. pp. 182-188
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  1. On Iowa, HIV Criminalization, and Cautious Optimism
  2. David Oscar Harvey
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  1. NEGATIVE / POSITIVE
  2. Demian DinéYazhi’
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  1. Vectors of Disease: Sex Workers as Bodies to Be Managed
  2. Cyd Nova
  3. pp. 196-200
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  1. Lesbian Lives in Soviet and Post-Soviet Russia: Post/Socialism and Gendered Sexualities by Francesca Stella (review)
  2. Veronika Lapina
  3. pp. 201-203
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  1. Transgender Communication Studies: Histories, Trends, and Trajectories ed. by Leland G. Spencer and Jamie C. Capuzza (review)
  2. Sara Hayden
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  1. An Introduction to a Different Kind of Conversation
  2. Ryan Conrad
  3. pp. 174-176
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