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Attitude Magazine

Attitude Magazine April 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

WILL STROUDE, WEB EDITOR When it comes to your appearance, I have just one piece of advice: don’t try to “save money” on a haircut while battling a hangover. It’s the one style disaster you can’t change out of LEIGH KEILY, PHOTOGRAPHER At art school I died my hair bright red. That’s the time I also got my first British passport, which bore this gorgeous mugshot for 10 glorious years. Maybe you could call it a fashion disaster, maybe it’s fabulous. Sometimes it’s just so hard to tell ;) JOSEPH KOCHARIAN, FASHION & GROOMING DIRECTOR I have had red hair, a blond fringe, ribbon tastefully draped around my hand, over-bleached denim, a plaited headband (worn on my forehead), and the super deep v tee from American Apparel, but I wouldn’t call any of them disasters.…

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

I’m even more excited than usual about unleashing this issue because it boasts an interview with Celebrity Big Brother winner Courtney Act, an expanded style section bursting with the latest fashions, an interview with new Queer Eye star Karamo Brown, and a special report on LGBT+ homelessness. But it’s our interview with lead cover star James Corden that has inspired the thoughts I’d like to share with you. James is being celebrated for his role as a straight ally of the LGBT+ community — and if you doubt he warrants the title, have a look at our list of his most queer-friendly moments. I bring this up because, once or twice since I started this job, I’ve been shocked by how unfriendly the gay community can be towards straight people in the…

2 min.
life is about connections

“MY AIM IS TO PROVIDE A HOME-AWAY-FROM-HOME SO GUESTS CAN RELAX” What’s it like playing host to members of the gay community? For over eight years I’ve been hosting LGBTQ travellers on misterb&b from around the world. I love providing a safe, comfortable and interesting place for travellers where they can be themselves and we can share our lives. Do you enjoy spending time with your guests? I always check in with my guests when they come back after a day out, to find out what they got up to and answer any questions. People always enjoy sharing their adventures and I often learn new things about my city that I can pass on to the next guests. If you stay with me on a Sunday morning, you’ll usually get home-made waffles, served in…

2 min.

{ FASHION } GO SOFT ON YOURSELF Aussiebum have a new iteration of their best-selling super comfortable CottonSoft range. The limited-edition undies come in brief and hipster styles and in onyx and sapphire colours with a silver and gold waistband that adds a little bit of excitement down under... aussiebum.com { THEATRE } WORLDWIDE WEB HIT London’s Menier Chocolate Factory is staging a new adaptation of Manuel Puig’s ground-breaking novel Kiss of the Spider Woman. Running from 21 March until 5 May, the story follows the developing friendship between two inmates of a Latin American prison, played by Samuel Barnett (who played Posner in the The History Boys) and, below right, Declan Bennett (Charlie Cotton, in EastEnders). A tale of love, fantasy and victimisation, this seminal gay text has previously been adapted into an Oscar-winning…

1 min.
keiynan lonsdale

You may recognise Keiynan Lonsdale from playing Wally West, aka Kid Flash, in The Flash and Legends of Tomorrow series. But come April, the cute-as-a-button 26-year-old Aussie will be known by many for his role in the big-budget, high-school gay rom-com Love, Simon. Directed by The Flash’s Greg Berlanti, Keiynan plays Simon’s classmate and friend, the smart and sweet Bram. After revealing on Instagram last May that he likes guys as well as girls, Keiynan shared another post when the film’s first poster came out in October, saying, “I’ve never been more proud to be in a project because I know young Keiynan could’ve really used this film in his darkest times.” Away from the screen, he’s also a keen singer-songwriter, with a collaboration with Swedish artist Kasbo reaching no.32…

1 min.
3 reasons to bag an early-bird ticket to mighty hoopla

After the success of last year’s event, triumphantly queer festival Mighty Hoopla returns to London on 3 June, this time at Brockwell Park. And if the first wave of acts is anything to go by, it’s going to be one helluva party. Here’s why… 1 // There’s something for everyone: the line-up so far includes cool, classic and camp acts, alongside headliner Lily Allen. 2 // Queer club nights from all around London, including Sink the Pink, Guilty Pleasures, Glitterbox, Bongo’s Bingo and The Glory, are all a stone’s throw from each other. 3 // Other acts set to appear include MNEK, X-Factor champ Louisa Johnson and Mel C. We’re in the queue already. mightyhoopla.com…