cancer+leo_small72_featThis summer, we will rip falsehood and conformity from skin even if it means becoming someone new, will bask raw flesh in sunlight, flashing HOT HOT HOT to anyone who seeks to silence our renewal, all neon, all bleeding, aching, smiling neon.

We will never be the same.
We will be better for it.

But we won’t forget the bones, same and throbbing within sun-painted walls.

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cancer+leo_small72_1BORROWERS by KATHLEEN RADIGAN
HOOFBEATS by FISAYO ADEYEYE
FROM THE TREE by MJ SANTIAGO
SEE ME by CORY ASHLEY
GOOD HAIR by JASMINE COMBS
HOW IT FEELS TO BE A GAY BOY by ERIC CLINE
ATHEIST by MICHAEL COUNTER
BIRTHRIGHTS by KYRA WOLFF
ENBY by CORY ASHLEY
MY MOTHER by KATHLEEN RADIGAN
LETTER TO MARYAM by MILLIE GUILLE
PRETAS by HALEY CLAPP
BANANAS by CORY ASHLEY
HOMEWARD by MJ SANTIAGO
DISSOCIATION AS TIME TRAVEL by FISAYO ADEYEYE
SPECIAL FEATURE: YOUR EDITORS ON EGGS
FEATURED ARTIST: JO YEH

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