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GAY TIMES Issue 501

"Gay Times has been a vital resource for the LGBTQ community from its genesis in 1974. Whether that’s been spreading crucial awareness on policy changes and highlighting the ongoing fight for liberation, to the latest in fashion, celebrity, TV, film and music: Gay Times represents the truly multifaceted nature of the queer community. In 2017, the brand was proudly relaunched to fully embody its newfound mission to amplify queer voices. Now truly representing the vast and varied experiences of the LGBTQ initialism, Gay Times has evolved to be far more than solely a magazine. Now a leading LGBTQ media brand with the largest online audience of any queer publication in the world, it reaches more people than ever before, and continues to create and facilitate authentic connections, across the globe."

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1 min.
gay times

Published in London, United Kingdom 81 Rivington Street, EC2A 3AY EDITOR William J Connolly CHIEF CONTENT OFFICER Lewis Corner FASHION EDITOR Umar Sarwar DESIGN MANAGER Jack Pengelly COMMISSIONING EDITOR Oly Innes STAFF WRITER Daniel Megarry STAFF WRITER Sam Damshenas COVER DESIGNER Willoughby Warner PHOTOGRAPHERS Aaron Jay Young Asafe Ghalib Ellis Dawson Hidhir Badaruddin Hunter Abrams Jakub Koziel Kenny Whittle Lia Clay Miller Lucas Castro Pardo Maxwell Poth Rinaldo Sato WRITERS Matt Moore Simon Button Tom Rasmussen STYLISTS Gabriel Langenbrunner Matthew Mazur Nathan Miller Star Burleigh Veronica Graye Willyum Beck ASSISTANTS Miranda Mikkola Solly Warner Sophie Moncaster OUR PARTNERS Apple Music, Celebrity Cruises, Hoseasons, James Villas, Vice Media Group, Paddy Power, W Hotels, GREY London WITH THANKS TO Ana Takahashi, BBC Three, Bernardo Ferreira, Catherine Lyn Scott, Charlie Clark, Charlie Clark-Perry, Chloe Davies, Chloe Melick, Chris Hill, Delali Ayivi, Joel Phillips, Josh Smith, Joshua Bade, Lauren Murphy,…

1 min.
thank you.

First of all, thank you for purchasing Gay Times Magazine. You’ve shown your support of not only queer publishing and media, but the experiences of the wider LGBTQ community. If you’d like to continue reading Gay Times Magazine, the best value can be found in our varying subscription options. As a subscriber you’ll enjoy unparalleled access to the latest in queer culture, delivered to your door (before the shops) each and every month. You’ll also make great savings - up 42% per issue in fact! Best of all - if you purchase an annual subscription today, we’ll refund the cost of your last issue for you straight away! All you need to do is use the discount code: NOVEMBER 2019 at the checkout and you will only pay £30 for 12 issues of Gay Times…

4 min.
a note from us.

Every openly queer person has a coming out story – and every single one is different. During National Coming Out Day in October, social media was full of a diverse range of experiences, from the funny and the heart-warming to the challenging, emotional and heart-breaking. As a community, speaking about these experiences helps us unpack any trauma we suffered, as well as understand how our own journey is similar or vastly different to others. But often, the coming out experience is misunderstood. If you were to believe mainstream media – the many television shows and films with a young queer person sitting down with their closest ones telling them their biggest secret – the coming out experience is an emotional moment that hopefully results in a huge weight being lifted…

6 min.
the love list.

POKEMON SWORD AND SHIELD (on Nintendo Switch from 15 November) For years, gamers have been dreaming of a truly open-world Pokemon game, and they’ve finally got their wish with Sword and Shield. The latest generation takes players to the United Kingdom-inspired Galar region, featuring stunning locations ranging from snowy mountains and underground caverns to idyllic countrysides and vast plains (we’re keeping our fingers crossed that Birmingham makes an appearance). With three adorable starters to choose from, a new Galarian variation of Ponyta in the colours of the Trans Pride flag, and the exciting prospect of the ridiculously named Gigantamaxing – when your favourite Pokemon turn into supersized and superpowered versions of themselves – it’s shaping up to be the best game in the series yet. DM FROZEN 2 (in cinemas 22 November) When it hit…

3 min.

PRO-GRADE FOR A LOW PRICE. When it comes to cutting-edge technology and a competitive price point, the new Honor P20 Pro is where you should be looking. At a fraction of the cost of flagship devices, this increasingly popular brand has delivered a device equipped with a 48MP AI Quad Camera. With its wide aperture ring, optical image stabilization and laser autofocus, that means you can achieve pro-grade photography on this slickly-designed smartphone. Add to that a roster of AI-powered features that help bring out crisp details in your pictures, and the AIS Super Night Mode to produce rich imagery in low-light environments, and the results will look as good as the stylish and colourful Dynamic Holographic glass back it’s cased in. (available from hihonor.com, priced at £549.99) FOLDING IS THE FUTURE. Prepare to…

4 min.
xean peake.

This year, Xean Peake landed their first film role in The Confirmation, a short Danish film following the life of a transgender teen, Mathias. In the film, which is under Oscar consideration for Best Live Action Short Film, Mathias struggles with his transition in a country that doesn’t allow people to legally change their gender, or have confirmation surgery until they are 18. Mathias also has to deal with the social pressures, from intrusive questions about his genitalia from peers, and a mother (Ellen Hillingsø) trying her best to support him, but in her own haphazard way. The film has a powerful message about acceptance and Xean tells us he hopes the film’s impact will be a positive one “because we are all humans and we should all treat each other…