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Attitude Magazine

Attitude Magazine July 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

Nick Byam, Junior fashion editor Pretty much every few months. I have big bushy eyebrows which need to be tamed and groomed on the regular so it would be nice to have Jonathan on hand to give me tips on shaping them and keeping them on fleek Joe Stone, Writer Every time I have a byline picture taken, I’ve ended up looking as if I’m being held hostage. But in my most recent one — as you can see — I look like I’ve turned up to an open casting for sad clowns, and been turned away for being too depressing. I reckon Jonathan could give me a good lesson in smizing Gary Simons, Art director I could have done with Jonathan slapping some sense into me back in the day when I was attempting…

1 min.
up & down

DRAG QUEEN EYEBROWS ON WOMEN Cultural appropriation… but we’ll let it go because we like it LEGALLY BLONDE 3 Hollywood may have run out of fresh ideas but if it means the return of Elle Woods, we ain’t hatin’ ENVIRONMENTALLY FRIENDLY GLITTER Shine at Pride and protect the planet at the same time ARIANA GRANDE X NICKI MINAJ Two new collabs from BFFs Ariana and Nicki? Jessie J must be livid CROP DUSTING Stop farting in the gym, you nasty hoes! SCOOTERS Grown adults pushing themselves along on scooters. Wheelie annoying HOLDEN NOWELL The guy from Carly Rae Jepson’s Call Me Maybe vid says he didn’t like playing gay and refused to do a gay kiss. He’s officially cancelled LOVE ISLAND Sun, sea, sex… and an odd grasp of English. Get this villa a thesaurus. Do these hunks and hotties know any words other than…

3 min.
editor in chief’s letter

Gay men have lived on the fringes of society for hundreds of years. Due to the West’s steady march towards greater equality, some of us have integrated into mainstream society by getting married, adopting kids or having their biological own. Some might call it conforming, while those “conforming” would argue that the idea of two men creating their own family unit against society’s norms is itself a revolutionary act that would have been unheard of 50 years ago. Other gay men prefer to be more liberated from the constraints that family life can bring, redefining their relationships according to their own rules and not the standard monogamous or parent/child model. “Our community has called for the world to be seen through an LGBT lens for decades” What is common to all gay men…

3 min.
attitude loves...

THÉODORE PELLERIN Hottie PM Justin Trudeau, the two Ryans (Reynolds and Gosling, obviously), and maple syrup. And now you can add Théodore Pellerin to your list of oh-so-fine Canadian exports. This brooding snap of an up-and-coming actor may leave you sticky-fingered, too. Rising through the Hollywood ranks, Théodore will soon be seen in buzzydrama Boy Erased, following young Jared (played by Oscar nominee Lucas Hedges) the son of a Baptist preacher who’s forced into a Church-supported gay conversion. Théodore, from Montreal, appears in the flick — inspired by Garrard Conley’s memoir — alongside Joel Edgerton, Troye Sivan, Nicole Kidman, Russell Crowe, and Taylor Swift’s latest squeeze, Brit Joe Alwyn. Boy Erased is due to open in the autumn. See p126 PAPERCHASE X PHILIP NORMAL Buying supplies for the new school year was everyone’s favourite summer activity,…

3 min.
what price pride?

Stonewall has been criticised for its partnership with clothing store Primark, whose new rainbow-coloured, Pride-themed range is on sale across the UK and in Europe. Although the LGBT+ charity will receive a portion of the profits, critics argue that the clothes will apparently be made in China -— where being queer is discouraged -— Turkey, where riot police have fired rubber bullets at Pride events, and in Myanmar, where same-sex sexual acts are outlawed. The controversy raises familiar difficult questions about the wider financial politics of Pride and the LGBT+ movement itself. Many feel strongly that it should remain firmly rooted in the wider fight for social justice, fighting for the poorest and most marginalised people in the world. Others believe the goal should be integration into mainstream society — a…

3 min.
dragged down by drag’s rise

Drag is everywhere. It has permeated society from boys on YouTube contouring their puppy-fat-laden cheeks to the Iranian girl working at Costa serving you at 10am with fully blocked brows. Drag, something that was once a subculture, a protest, a hidden treasure of the queer community, has been hauled into the spotlight, past the moment of public freak show voyeurism and taken the express train to high fashion; Vogue and Cosmopolitan now regularly feature Ru girls such as Miss Fame and Violet Chachki. Drag Race has blown drag wide open like a twink at 5am in Pleasuredrome sauna. And when you bring something that was once a subculture into the mainstream at 100mph, it’s going to hit a few speed bumps. We all hear about the magic of drag. The release, the…