Q does Queer-antine with games, stories and survival advice

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Life is a lot right now, but we can handle it — together. This issue of Q relishes our role as a content provider, community reporter and cheerleader, and these days, as a way to help you pass the time while you self-isolate.

Our cover story introduces gaymer extraordinaire Gamemaster Herb and his best video games for home sequestration. In Q Community, Wussy turns 5. In Q Voices, Mark S. King has had it with those conflating coronavirus with HIV. If you're quarantined with people you love, we have ways to not kill your partners, plus ways to deal in what would have been spring's Uncuffing Season.

Looking for more to keep you occupied? We also offer all the Q News and Q Community coverage you need, the U.S. Census is online, and you can be counted in the Global LGBTQ Community Survey to let the world know your opinions.

Please enjoy our digital edition below, check us right here for new content daily, and scroll our Instagram, Facebook and Twitter. Sign up for our weekly briefing every Friday, send me your ideas and story tips at [email protected], and send your best queerantine photos for an upcoming gallery.

We are not in print this week as we expect you to be home. Our digital editions will keep going, and supporting that effort means supporting our advertisers — with gift certificates for later, online orders, delivery or phone consultations. The advertisers in this issue and on our website have gone out of their way to stay with us during tough times. We appreciate you and them beyond measure.

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