Let’s leave queer body shaming in the past. Too many of us spend summers shaming ourselves and others for not fitting a minority niche idea of “perfect.”
In a departure from our usual 10 Queer Things feature format, this week Q magazine finds beautiful queer bodies of every shape, size and color.
And what are they sporting for "appropriate" summer looks? Whatever they want, because it's their body, and we should all embrace ourselves and each other's power to choose.
This feature originally appeared in Q magazine. Read the full issue below, and pick up your copy around town each week.
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