2011, 2012, and now 2013 for Mothers' Day. What's a gay man have to do to get some frontage? Well, look to the past. Two years before DOMA, ten years before Massachusetts enacted marriage equality, Tina Brown ran the pink cover below left in 1994. Of course as George Chauncey proved, queer visibility was rampant in the 20s and 30s. Just look at these not-so-ambiguous covers, like the crude number from 1939 showing limp-wristed men leaving Sloppy Dicks.