Aeyal Gross (Tel Aviv): Homoglobalism: The Emergence of Global Gay Governance; and Gay Governance: A Queer Critique. Artem Patalakh (Milan): Promotion of LGBTI Rights Overseas: An Overview of EU and US Experiences. From Iran Namag, Amy Tahani-Bidmeshki (Occidental): Queering the Iranian Nation: Be Like Others and Resistance to Heteronormative Nationalism; and Junaid Jahangir (MacEwan) and Hussein Abdullatif (Alabama): Homosexuality, the Emerging New Battleground in Islam. Jonathan Corpus Ong (UMass): Queer Cosmopolitanism in the Disaster Zone: “My Grindr Became the United Nations”. The gay conspirators: Dustin Friedman reviews Homintern: How Gay Culture Liberated the Modern World by Gregory Woods.

Scott Skinner-Thompson (Colorado): The First Queer Right. Michael Bronksi on Charles “Charley” Shively, the last gay liberationist. Why queer teachers like Stacy Bailey should absolutely have a “gay agenda” in the classroom. Michael Harriot on the “gay agenda”, explained. Inclusion in the atrocious: A diversity agenda is morally meaningless unless we examine the institutions we are diversifying. Supreme Court cake ruling inspires hardware store owner to put up a “No Gays Allowed” sign. I thought gay rights were safe — now I know I was wrong. An interview with Katie Batza, author of Before AIDS Gay Health Politics in the 1970s. The introduction to the Routledge History of Queer America, ed. Don Romesburg. Fenton Johnson on the future of queer: A manifesto.