Linn.com released the final design for the commemorative stamp heading our way on May 22, and it looks pretty good.
A black-and-white photograph of Harvey Milk (1930-78) will be used for the central design of the forthcoming United States commemorative forever stamp honoring the San Francisco political figure and gay rights activist.
The stamp will be issued on Harvey Milk Day, May 22, in a location or locations yet to be determined. Both Washington, D.C., and San Francisco are potential first-day cities.
Even if you don't mail anything anymore, it's a big deal to have an openly gay political figure on a stamp, and about goddamn time.