President Obama, who as recently as 2011 told ABC’s George Stephanopoulos when asked about supporting gay marriage, “I’m still working on it,” will make history yet again when he becomes the first president to appear on the cover of an LGBT magazine, “Out.”

The president’s “evolution” on gay rights has been less like a steady march and more like the flip-flop of a fish out of water, as he’s gone from declaring in 2004 that “marriage is between a man and a woman” to literally lighting the White House in rainbow hues after the Supreme Court legalized same-sex marriage nationwide. When you’re a Democrat, you can get away with that — right Hillary?

What do you think?

There might as well be. The president is apparently flawless and wouldn’t need any airbrushing at all.

Out’s editor, Aaron Hicklin, begins his note on meeting the president for his photo shoot with — no joke — a dream sequence.

President Obama and I had a marvelous day, walking in a park, laughing, and generally enjoying one another’s company. At one point he shot a few hoops with this hipster kid from Williamsburg; at another I found myself in a church while he muttered a prayer over my head. That was strange, as I’m not remotely religious, but I felt blessed nonetheless. Who wouldn’t?

We wouldn’t feel blessed, but we would appreciate if the same president who called to personally congratulate the NBA’s Jason Collins on coming out as gay and tell him how he was “impressed by his courage” would make a few more calls to several brave families he’s neglected.