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DIVA is Europe’s best-selling and most authoritative lifestyle magazine for lesbian and bisexual women. Our aim is simple – to bring you the latest trends and talent at the cutting edge of popular lesbian and bisexual culture. Each month you will find in-depth interviews, engaging features and photo shoots with some of the most influential and admired women from our community. On top of this we cram in page-after-page of news, opinion, entertainment and the arts, humour, travel and much more besides. The digital edition packs an extra special punch - look out for exclusive photo galleries and behind-the-scenes videos that you won’t find anywhere else. Whether you prefer to read DIVA on a smartphone, tablet or laptop you’ll never have to leave home without it. For best results, download when connected to a wifi hotspot. With so much going on, it’s no surprise that DIVA magazine is THE trusted source of information for lesbian and bisexual women the world over.

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find the answers to all of your questions about donor sperm.

WE LOOK FORWARD TO TALKING WITH YOU AT THE FERTILITY SHOW MANCHESTER 2019From the 23rd of March through the 24th, Cryos will be at The Fertility Show Manchester to answer any questions you might have regarding donor sperm and to further give you guidance and support on your fertility journey.COME JOIN US!In the beginning stages of trying to start a family, it is natural that you spend months online, investigating the different options and available information. Finding reliable information on the internet can be challenging. Do not leave the most important decision of your life to chance – come and talk to us.OPTIONS FOR THE LGBT COMMUNITYThe Fertility Show Manchester is for anyone who wants to become a parent, regardless of their sexual orientation. If you want to know more…

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the power of storytelling

For as long as I can remember, I’ve wanted to be a journalist. I’m not sure where I got the idea, but from a young age I longed to be part of Newsround’s Press Pack, and dreamed of one day working at the Daily Planet alongside Clark Kent and Lois Lane.Being fictional, working at the Daily Planet was kind of a tough ask. So as adulthood became less of an abstract concept, I had to figure out what kind of journalist I wanted to be and what kind of stories I wanted to tell.My course at uni taught me how to write a news story, and as we approached graduation, my grades were good and my lecturers were happy. But I still didn’t really know what kinds of stories I…

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your shout

LETTERSMY DIVA STORYMy edition of DIVA arrived today and I decided to let you know about my DIVA story before I forgot. Like many people, before I began to subscribe to the mag, I used to get it from my local WHSmith. I remember that on one early occasion, it was on the top shelf. I could see part of the cover but couldn’t reach it as I’m only 4’10” tall. I could’ve stood on the bottom of the shelving rack and grabbed the mag with a big stretch but, no, I was bold and asked a member of staff to get it down for me instead! I remember just looking her in the face, trying not to blush but knowing it was the right thing to do. In the…

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MEDIAWATCHwith Carrie Lyell @Seej‘TIL IT’S GONE…It’s a scary time to work in the media, with 2019 bringing huge numbers of redundancies across some of the world’s leading digital platforms. In the past month alone, BuzzFeed and VICE have each laid off 250 staff, with a further 20 job losses at HuffPost. The Pool recently announced it was going into administration, while Refinery29 has also said it’ll be cutting 10% of its workforce. While of course I feel for the individuals who’ve lost their jobs at a time of economic uncertainty (hello, Brexit), my heart is also hurting for us – the LGBTQI community – as it is minority groups who will ultimately suffer. It’s hard enough to get our narratives out there as it is. At BuzzFeed alone, a once…

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lgbtqi icons

(WORDS AND ILLUSTRATION THEA WILKINS/NOVA)First up: Sarah Waters, who is a pioneer for our visibility in the mainstream media. Her novels of lady love and their adaptations for TV and film have achieved worldwide acclaim.Follow Thea Wilkins @made_by_nova or visit madebynova.com ■…