LGBT magazines, papers and newsletters emerged in the 1960s and 70s as invaluable spaces for building a broader consciousness of LGBT rights, the AIDS crisis and gay culture. In those days - when attending a Judy Garland concert was nearly every boy in tight trousers' dream - a leaflet might have to be slyly smuggled from a queer bookstore in the city and squirreled away in a suburban bedroom as a window to a wider world over the rainbow. The mainstream press has improved coverage of LGBT issues since then, and the Internet is now replete with LGBT content, but these media influencers continue to publish those glossy print editions that today make for proud coffee table displays.
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