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Attitude Magazine

Attitude Magazine September 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

Leigh Keily, Photographer It’s hard to choose because every day is outrageous! At the moment it’s a tie between the 9 June viewing of Too Wong Foo at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery, or 10 June at LA Pride. Just for the extravagance, I’ll choose Pride. I constructed a hat out of tulle and balloons, with a little help from a helium-gas tank! Nick Byam, Junior fashion editor I’ve always loved to play dress-up, and working in fashion allows me to get my hands on all the crazy fashion firsts. This plastic Burberry mac was from the brand’s SS13 collection and is one of my most iconic/showstopping looks — shame I didn’t get to wear it anywhere else but in the Attitude fashion cupboard Joseph Kocharian, Fashion & grooming director When I go out, I like…

1 min.
up & down

ROBYN Pop emergency. A new album by the end of the year. Our bodies aren’t ready NEW BURBERRY Fashion queens clutched their pearls in delight when Riccardo Tisci unveiled the brand’s new logo REVENGE BY ICE CREAM Reese throws ice cream at Meryl in the new Big Little Lies! Ice cream is the new bitch slap THE X FACTOR Once the Beyoncé of television, Simon Cowell’s cash cow is now firmly the Michelle FALSE FRIENDS With Pride season wrapping up, let’s see which big brands ditch the rainbow… ALASKA AIRLINES Forcing a gay couple off a plane so a straight couple can sit next to each other? Rude MIO SUGITA Thousands protested against the Japanese MP who said gays don’t deserve health care and who wants to ban LGBT+ issues in schools…

4 min.
a different kind of animal

What first attracted you to the world of drag? I’d seen a bit in pubs in the UK but I wasn’t that into it until I went to New York. Once in NYC, the friends I made were drag queens and strippers and kind of anarchic — but, as a drag queen, it was acceptable to call yourself an artist. I got a new perspective as to what was possible and I found a freedom in dressing up, or down, or running around with very little on. How has the drag scene in East London evolved in the past two decades? I started doing drag in East London in 2003 and there wasn’t a rough-and-ready Club Kid, bearded drag, do-what-you-want kind of scene. There were alternative scenes but when I came back from…

3 min.
editor in chief’s letter

What are you wearing? Like, right now? Presumably your mother didn’t dress you, so you picked those clothes out yourself. Because we can’t walk around naked without getting arrested (I haven’t tried, but please feel free to give it a go and let me know how you get on), clothes are odd things that are a non-biological necessity of modern life. We can’t choose the skin we’re born in, but we can choose the second skin we wrap around ourselves. Whether you are The Devil Wears Prada chic or the devil in Primark high street, clothes can be an extension of your personality. And this is something many queer people — from drag queens to gay men and trans people — embrace. For our 300th issue, we decided to go back…

3 min.
attitude loves...

THE TRIALMASTER Belstaff are celebrating the relaunch of their iconic Trialmaster jacket from 1948. Originally designed to endure weather conditions during The Scottish Six Days Trial motorbike competition, the four-pocket silhouette has a slanted map pocket, pivot arm holes and pre-curved sleeves for an improved fit and comfort for when you’re wandering around in the great outdoors. The jacket has been worn by fashion, sports and film icons such as Steve McQueen, Kate Moss and David Beckham (quite an impressive line-up, we think you’ll agree). We’re ready to put one on and go on a modern-day adventure. The Trialmaster is also available in signature hand-waxed leather. The Trialmaster Panther will be available from November. belstaff.co.uk APPLE HOMEPOD It’s all about that bass. Nope, not the Meghan Trainor banger — that said, whatever happened to…

3 min.
the old boy network

I grew up in the Seventies in a fairly right-wing household where the only gay people I was aware of were those we were allowed to laugh at, such as John Inman and Larry Grayson, or those who we pilloried, like Norman Scott. (Jeremy Thorpe wasn’t gay, he just liked having sex with men!) Not quite 40 years later, the pain of a second failed hettie marriage and an unexpected encounter after missing a train home from Manchester one evening, made me realise what I guess I had always known in my heart, but for which I didn’t have the vocabulary: I prefer guys. “People giving out vouchers and flyers turned away. I felt almost invisible” I’m an IT geek, possibly the world’s most exciting profession and possibly the final bastion of the…