The woman-putting-herself-in-peril-with-tech trope dates all the way back to the 19th century.
Mainstream, queer-centric magazines feature white people on 85 percent of their covers. A vanguard of social media-savvy zines is aiming to change that—and is reaching a far broader audience than their Clinton-era predecessors.
#LoveIsLove has united members and supporters of the LGBT community after Orlando. But what happens when the plurality of the rainbow gets collapsed into a single image of two men kissing?