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Attitude Magazine

Attitude Magazine February 2018

The World’s Best Gay Magazine. We pride ourselves on exclusive content and we are the premier destination for film, music, sports and pop stars plus LGBT heroes and allies that want to speak directly to gay men. Each issue has a balance of features on a diverse range of subjects, with block busting A-list celebrity exclusives and in-depth analysis of news and issues affecting the LGBT community. No other gay magazine can come anywhere near Attitude’s star pulling power, with celebrities such as James Franco, Tom Hardy, Elton John, Sacha Baron Cohen, Ian McKellen, Liam Payne, Take That, Matthew Lewis and countless more giving exclusive gay press interviews to us. Plus we have the likes of Paris Lees, Matt Lucas, David Furnish, not only appearing in the magazine but also writing for it.

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en este número

1 min.
meet the team

ADAM DUXBURY, DEPUTY EDITOR I once booked a flight from Dublin to Edinburgh for a second date with a university professor. In hindsight, arriving on Valentine’s Day then missing my flight home because I wanted to try haggis was an expensive way to realise we weren’t meant for each other ANDY GODDARD, COMMERCIAL MANAGER It was meant to be the family trip of a lifetime but it unravelled pretty quickly after the first flight. We were en-route to Bangkok via Istanbul but our flight was delayed, meaning that we missed our connection. The look on my son’s face when we were told that we’d be spending 24 hours in the airport will stay with me for ever, and to make it worse we had to sleep on the floor MARKUS BIDAUX, TRAVEL EDITOR On a…

3 min.
a letter from the editor-in-chief

Gay men love travel. At least that’s what we’ve been led to believe by numerous consumer surveys. Perhaps this is because we (supposedly) have more disposable income than the average straight person, who is more likely to have children — and therefore less freedom to travel. It could also be because many of us had a hard time growing up and therefore attach a high value to the idea of escape. I don’t know about you but every time I’m getting ready to go on holiday I still feel the same sense of excitement as Judy Garland’s Dorothy as she sets off on the Yellow Brick Road. As with all examples of escapism, you may find the subject matter of our travel content lighter than our usual editorial. But it’s important to…

2 min.
welcome to sin city

UNLEASH THE BEAST Masculinity falls under the spotlight in Monster at London’s Vault Festival this January. While your flatmate is glued to reality TV, you need sharper mental stimulation. The words of Patrick Stewart and Mike Tyson collide in a thought-provoking look at the inner workings of the male mind. FEEL THE BURN Need to get fit quick? Sh1ft Fitness serves 30 minutes of Smart High Intensity Functional Training, burning 500 calories and putting your metabolism into overdrive to deliver a short burst of adrenaline that doesn’t stop when the class ends. Sessions from Birmingham to Brighton. TO DIE FOR While others suffer their miserable January diets of quinoa and kale, you want to indulge your carnal side. Get down to the underbelly of Liverpool’s Knowledge Quarter for Death Row Dive Bar and Diner. Guilty…

4 min.

{ THEATRE } IDENTITY CRISIS Oscar Wilde is one of the most important figures in gay history and now you have another chance to see his final play, The Importance of Being Earnest. In case you’ve forgotten —- and we “don’t approve of anything that tampers with natural ignorance”— the play focuses on the confusion caused by mistaken identities. The Original Theatre Company’s production of the classic is embarking on a tour of 13 UK cities from late January until late April — 123 years after its debut. West End star Kerry Ellis (Wicked, We Will Rock You) will be taking on the role of Gwendolen, whose affections are sought by Jack Worthing, but whose formidable mother, Lady Bracknell, must first be convinced of his suitability. originaltheatre.com { THEATRE } ALL’S FAIR IN LOVE…

1 min.
rafael de la fuente

If you’ve been tuning into Netflix for new episodes of the rebooted Dynasty, you’ll no doubt have noticed smoking-hot Rafael de la Fuente, who plays Sammy Joe — a gay male version of Sammy Jo, played by Heather Locklear in the original. The 31-year-old Venezuelan is no stranger to playing gay characters on hit TV shows, having starred as Jussie Smollett’s on-off love interest in Empire, and in Dustin Lance Black’s mini-series When We Rise, as activist Cleve Jones’s boyfriend. Originally from Caracas, Rafael moved to the US to study and has stayed there ever since, eventually being scouted by a casting director who noticed a photo of him in his father’s office. His Hispanic heritage has led to him being an advocate for increased representation of Latinx culture in…

1 min.
the rules

IF SANTA DRAINED YOUR SACK DRY THIS CHRISTMAS, then 2018 is the perfect year to fall back in love with stay-at-home holidays WHILE STAYCATIONMAKES YOU SOUNDLIKE A YANK, theBritish version would be“stoliday” which soundslike a suppository WHENFRIENDSBANG ONABOUTFARFLUNGTRAVELPLANSgive thema witheringlook and say,“Oh, so you’re notconcerned aboutclimate change?” TELL THEM YOU’LL BE AT ALOCAL ECO RETREAT, DOINGYOGA IN A YURT AND EATINGCHIA SEEDS, aka five nights ina caravan in Cleethorpes eatingWotsits and refreshing Grindr INSTEAD OF JOININGTHE MILE-HIGH CLUB,grab a hot passenger onthe Virgin Pendolino andfind out who’s the trainand who’s the tunnel YOU DON’TNEED TOBOTHERWITH APHRASEBOOK,but if a Geordielad says: “Giza deek,” don’tassume he’s askingyou to whip out yourAngel of the North DON’T RISK GOING ON AFOREIGN HOLIDAY WITH ANEW ROMANCE, stick to theseaside and you can be homein a flash when you squabbleover the last…