PQ Monthly

PQ Monthly was a monthly publication focused on the LGBTQ+ community in the Pacific Northwest region of the United States. The magazine was founded in 2010 by publishers Melanie Davis and Cory Lunn.Image:pq-monthly-sample-cover

PQ Monthly aimed to provide a platform for LGBTQ+ voices in the Pacific Northwest, with a focus on local news, events, and issues. The magazine covered topics such as politics, culture, entertainment, and health, with a focus on issues that affected the LGBTQ+ community.

Over the years, PQ Monthly became an important source of information and support for the LGBTQ+ community in the Pacific Northwest. The magazine sponsored and promoted LGBTQ+ events, such as the Portland Pride Festival, and was known for its advocacy work on behalf of LGBTQ+ rights.

PQ Monthly faced financial difficulties in the 2010s due to declining circulation and advertising revenue. The magazine was sold to a new publisher in 2017, but ultimately ceased publication the following year.

Despite its relatively short run, PQ Monthly remains an important part of the LGBTQ+ history in the Pacific Northwest. The magazine's archives are a valuable resource for researchers, activists, and community members, and its legacy can be seen in the continued growth and progress of the LGBTQ+ community in the region.{{Categories}}

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