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(2 Customer Reviews)   |     Write Review 6 issues per year Curve Interactive brings the nation’s best-selling lesbian magazine everywhere you are, spotlighting all that is fresh, funny, exciting, controversial and cutting edge in our community. Now you can find the latest trends, fashion and political and lifestyle news in one app!

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Curve  |  Jun/Jul 2017  


The first ever LGBTQ Pride March took place in New York City on June 28, 1970, to commemorate the one-year anniversary of the Stonewall Uprising. In that inaugural year, it’s estimated that more than 2,000 people participated in the march. Last year, according to organizers, around 30,000 people marched in the NYC Pride Parade, and around 2 million spectators joined the marchers—a jump of half a million from the previous year. Clearly, people are still concerned about the future rights of the LGBTQ community.
For many of us, since last year’s U.S. presidential election, Pride has become protest. I’m not sure everyone likes that development. For many of us, Pride has always signified a season of joy and visibility, a time to literally feel proud of ourselves. But according to our recent CurveMag.com poll, this year’s Pride Parade will have more in common with the 1970 Pride March than any other.
Since New York is the birthplace of the modern Pride movement, I chatted with Eboni Munn, Communications Manager at NYC Pride, and asked her how she saw the city’s upcoming Pride event. Would the current political context affect any of the plans, procedures, and protocols for NYC Pride in June 2017? 
   “We recently announced the four grand marshals set to lead this year’s critical LGBT Pride demonstration: The ACLU, Brooke Guinan [FDNY], Krishna Stone [GMHC], and Geng Le [Blued],” she said. “The rally will also go back to its roots. We’re organizing community activists, politicians, and more in response to the current political climate. With this year’s NYC Pride March and Rally, we’re speaking to the social and political tensions brought on by the new administration,” confirmed Munn.
She also expects an exceptional response from participants and spectators. “We are experiencing an unprecedented moment in our history, and we’re expecting the LGBT community and our allies to make their voices heard in immense proportions.”
Curve Interactive brings the nation’s best-selling lesbian magazine everywhere you are, spotlighting all that is fresh, funny, exciting, controversial and cutting edge in our community. Now you can find the latest trends, fashion and political and lifestyle news in one app!

Curve’s interactive magazine offers the same great content as the print magazine, along with additional elements such as advanced navigation, interactive buttons, embedded videos, live links, animation and more. Go ‘social’ and share your favorite articles and content on social media directly from the page.

Discover the latest in lesbian-related celebrity interviews, news, politics, pop culture, style, travel, social issues and entertainment.
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   Less inclusive than Diva but still a good read Reviewed Saturday, 3 June 2017
Curve magazine has plenty of interesting articles, although I do prefer Diva. One thing which stands out for me is the fact that Curve still doesn't have the word "bisexual" on the cover; there are plenty of bi, pan and other queer women who would be interested in Curve's content, it just doesn't feel very inclusive. However, it does still make for good reading; for more articles than you'd get just reading Diva and a US perspective, Curve is still a great option.
   Fantastic Magazine Reviewed Saturday, 13 May 2017
I love this magazine. Among the periodicals I receive regularly are LOTL, CURVE and Diva magazines; and while they each address a different interest, it is CURVE that I really anticipate each month. The photos are outstanding, the stories entertaining, and the all around production quality is exceptional. It has the hard thinking and deep journalistic values I love, this is complete utter enjoyment !

Articles in this issue

Below is a selection of articles in Curve Jun/Jul 2017.

A Summer Unprecedented EDITOR-IN-CHIEF The first ever LGBTQ Pride March took place in New York City on June 28, 1970, to commemorate the one-year anniversary of the Stonewall Uprising. In that inaugural year, it’s e...
CURVETTES UP FRONT DEANNA COR & MEGAN SHAINE Megan Shaine, Ph.D., is a licensed professional counselor and assistant professor of counseling at Hood College in Frederick, Maryland. Deanna Cor ...
FEEDBACK UP FRONT DELIGHTFUL DIVERSITY This issue was brilliant. I loved reading the article on Margaret Cho [“Margaret Takes a Stand,” V.27#2] and I really enjoyed the fashion section with all t...
THE GAYDAR Takes one to know one? Let our gaydar help you decide who’s hot, who’s not, who’s shaking it and who’s faking it in lesboland. TRENDS BY MARCIE BIANCO TWITTER. CLINTON., PARAMOUNT....
OUT IN FRONT NEWS NADA ŽGANK SUZANA TRATNIK Ljubljana, Slovenia Writer/Activist Suzana Tratnik was born in Slovenia, in the rural town of Murska Sobota, on a small street called Mala Ulica (...
IN CASE YOU MISSED IT… NEWS ELIZA BYARD, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF GLSEN, MET WITH BETSY Eliza Byard Betsy DeVos DeVos to relay the concerns of hundreds of thousands of students, educators, and parent...
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Curve   |   Jun/Jul 2017   


The first ever LGBTQ Pride March took place in New York City on June 28, 1970, to commemorate the one-year anniversary of the Stonewall Uprising. In that inaugural year, it’s estimated that more than 2,000 people participated in the march. Last year, according to organizers, around 30,000 people marched in the NYC Pride Parade, and around 2 million spectators joined the marchers—a jump of half a million from the previous year. Clearly, people are still concerned about the future rights of the LGBTQ community.
For many of us, since last year’s U.S. presidential election, Pride has become protest. I’m not sure everyone likes that development. For many of us, Pride has always signified a season of joy and visibility, a time to literally feel proud of ourselves. But according to our recent CurveMag.com poll, this year’s Pride Parade will have more in common with the 1970 Pride March than any other.
Since New York is the birthplace of the modern Pride movement, I chatted with Eboni Munn, Communications Manager at NYC Pride, and asked her how she saw the city’s upcoming Pride event. Would the current political context affect any of the plans, procedures, and protocols for NYC Pride in June 2017? 
   “We recently announced the four grand marshals set to lead this year’s critical LGBT Pride demonstration: The ACLU, Brooke Guinan [FDNY], Krishna Stone [GMHC], and Geng Le [Blued],” she said. “The rally will also go back to its roots. We’re organizing community activists, politicians, and more in response to the current political climate. With this year’s NYC Pride March and Rally, we’re speaking to the social and political tensions brought on by the new administration,” confirmed Munn.
She also expects an exceptional response from participants and spectators. “We are experiencing an unprecedented moment in our history, and we’re expecting the LGBT community and our allies to make their voices heard in immense proportions.”
As a subscriber you'll receive the following benefits:

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  Your magazine delivered to your door each month
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  Money-back guarantee

You'll receive 6 issues during a 1 year Curve magazine print subscription.
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