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The 2024 Pittsburgh Pride Guide is Here!

The wait is over! It’s here! This year’s issue celebrates queer freedom and joy as well as the voices and victories of our community. Dive into a journey of articles, op-eds, and spotlights that mirror our fight and celebration. And of course, all the details on the biggest events happening for Pride and all June long.

This year’s cover redefines freedom! Experience Norman Rockwell’s ‘Four Freedoms’ — on the cover and throughout the magazine –through a queer lens, featuring Pittsburgh’s own LGBTQ+ faces. A symbol of our resilience, diversity, and unity.

A recreation of Rockwell’s “Freedom of Worship” featuring Pittsburgh LGBTQ faces. Photo and art composition by Chad Isaiah.

QBurgh’s Pittsburgh Pride Guide is available free at LGBTQ locations across the region starting today and at select Giant Eagle and Shop ‘N Save and Carnegie Library Branch locations starting next week. Hurry! They’ll go fast. Happy Pride Season!

Pre-orders have begun to ship.

Thank you to our 2024 Advertisers!

Jim Sheppard is a resident of Downtown Pittsburgh. Jim served as a Commissioner on the City of Pittsburgh Human Relations Commission which investigates instances of discrimination in the City of Pittsburgh and recommends necessary protections in our City Code to provide all people in Pittsburgh with equal opportunities. He has worked for Pittsburgh City Council, the Pittsburgh Mayor, and the Allegheny County Controller. For five years he was the President of the Steel City Stonewall Democrats. Follow him on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. (He / Him / His)