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Attitude Magazine

Attitude Magazine October 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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13 Números

en este número

1 min.
meet the team

Sean Lineker, Account manager I managed to blag VIP tickets to see Britney Spears on The Jonathan Ross Show in 2016.As we were walking to our seats, Britney’s manager walked past me — quickly followed by Britney herself. Uncontrollably, I shouted: “I love you Britney” in her face and she gave me an awkward smile back. Best day of my life! Tim Heap, Assistant editor One brush (“bristle” might be more appropriate) with fame came at the Cucumber-Banana-Tofu premiere party. After stalking Matt Smith and Lily James, a colleague and I strong-armed the former Doctor and future Prince Philip into a misjudged selfie, which chopped off half my face. I’d cringe if I hadn’t been wasted at the time Francisco Gomez de Villaboa, Photographer I was doing a photo shoot with the singer LP (below).…

1 min.
up & down

QUEER MUSIC New albums from Christine and the Queens, MNEK, John Grant, Troye Sivan. Who run the world? GAYS! GET BAKED (OFF) Everyone at Attitude is at it STRICTLY COME RANJING Sequins, glitter, scantily clad men… and that’s just Dr Ranj’s dressing room A STAR IS (RE)BORN Mother Monster back on fire — and ready for Oscars buzz THERESA CRAY-CRAY Redefining #awkward with the dance that inspired a million memes SUMMER COLDS Pure awfulness. At least now we can start calling them “colds” again COUNTDOWN TO CHRIST*** (Oh wait, we’ve got Halloween first…) MYKONOS BITCH FIGHTS Nasty gays on tour. Not cool, gurls, not cool…

3 min.
editor in chief’s letter

I was too young to appreciate Freddie Mercury’s cultural impact when he died in 1991. It would only be much later that I learnt how he had been unashamedly flamboyant both in person and on stage with Queen, and how honest he was about his love of cock. All I knew at the time of his death was that a prolific figure from one of the greatest rock band’s ever had come out as having Aids, and died a day later. Along with those infamous iceberg and tombstone adverts of the late 1980s, Freddie’s death from an illness that at that time was a certain death sentence did a very good job of burying my sexuality. I found the smallest, tiniest crack in the wooden panelling at the very back of…

3 min.
attitude loves...

RINA SAWAYAMA Pitching herself as a pop futurist, Rina Sawayama is certainly paving the way with her ridiculously wriggly earworms about queer love. Case in point is herlatesttune Cherry. “Even though I’m satisfied, I lead my life within a lie, holding on to feelings I’m not used to, ‘cause, oh, they make me feel alive,” she coos. The Japanese-born, London-based singer bears the fruits of identifying as pansexual on the track, and the implications of that while also being in a heterosexual relationship. Sounds heavy, but the song floats as a soft-synth bop. One you can bounce along to when Rina swings by London’s Heaven on 19 October. @rinasawayama CDLP Swedish underwear brand CDLP are launching their first swimwear collection. The three-piece offering includes the Pool Short that’s soft to the touch with black…

3 min.
a new school of thought

I grew up in a working-class town, a stone’s throw from Brighton. But as a teenager struggling to come to terms with the fact I was gay, I might as well have been on another planet. The education system didn’t represent, let alone prepare, me for the person I was on my way to becoming. Being gay was not something mentioned in school, and homophobia wasn’t robustly challenged. I had no role models to look up to. This experience had a profound impact on my life, and it’s the reason I eventually came out as a gay man in support of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Union (LGBTU), an organisation dedicated to LGBT+ students, faculty, allies and alumni. I’m currently a teacher at a comprehensive on the outskirts of Brighton, and in…

1 min.
the rules

DON’T LET LINDSAY LOHAN NEAR IT. She reached all-new levels of awfulness as Elizabeth “spinning in her grave” Taylor in straight-to-TV disaster Liz & Dick. That said, we could watch LiLo’s fainting scene on repeat until the end of days PROSTHETICS CAN BE YOUR FRIEND... Just ask Nicole Kidman, who wore a fake schnozz to portray author Virginia Woolf in The Hours and went on to win awards aplenty. Not to be sniffed at, eh? …OR YOUR WORST ENEMY. Leonardo DiCaprio was buried beneath the stuff as FBI director J Edgar Hoover. The last time the actor looked this miffed on screen was when Kate Winslet hogged that wardrobe door in Titanic AVOID COLOUR-BLIND CASTING. It doesn’t matter if you’re black or white, until it does. The decision to cast Joseph Fiennes (caucasian…