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Attitude Magazine

Attitude Magazine February 2019

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

Anthony Gilet, Writer I was at a Fire Island house party were the guests were too bouji to get in the pool. I was taking selfies on an inflatable when it capsised, drawing collective gasps from the bitches. Soaking wet, I stood on a chair to hang up my t-shirt to dry, which buckled beneath me, before I threw up in the foliage. It’ll be a while before I show my face again Markus Bidaux, Travel editor In my youth, I bought some drug paraphernalia (aka a bong) in Amsterdam for a friend. It was new and bubble-wrapped, but upon returning home to Canada, customs officers swabbed the bong and claimed they found traces of marijuana. After putting the fear of God in me, they let me — and the bong — go Thomas…

1 min.
up & down

OPTIMISM We’re going to give this a try in 2019. But we don’t fancy the chances of it making a difference RIMMING VOL. 2 Russell T Davies had us shook when Queer as Folk first aired. Can he do it again 20 years on with the reboot? THE FAVOURITE The Oscar-tipped, female-dominated film is out. We say “Yaas Queen!” MADONNA Rumour has it Madge has a new album ready to drop early in 2019 DRAG QUEENS Now mainstream, coming to a Costcutter near you “RELATABLE” POP STARS No, Anne-Marie we don’t need to hear about you munching leftover mac ‘n’ cheese and not brushing your teeth. What next, Rihanna trilling about scoffing Wotsits in bed? NEW YEAR, NEW YOU We know you feel renewed, but your thirsty gym selfies aren’t doing wonders for our muffin tops VALENTINE’S DAY Shoot Cupid, please, we’re not ready for…

3 min.
editor in chief’s letter

I find it a little ironic that the annual Attitude travel issue is published during a time of incredible upheaval in the relationship with our closest neighbours in the European Union. Politicians are in disarray, floundering from one decision to the next, with MPs from all sides on the one hand calling for closer ties, and on the other demanding total disassociation. But this is not (yet another) article on messy Brexit. At a time in which our political representatives struggle to define what it means to be British, what power do we have in all this mess to change the world for the better? What can we do to take positive steps forward, no matter how small or large? As members of the LGBT+ community living in a connected, globalised world, the…

4 min.
attitude loves...

TUMI Whether you’re travelling for work or to escape every-day life, you should be doing it in style. Creating world-class travel essentials since 1975, Tumi blends flawless functionality with a spirit of ingenuity. Its latest range, 19 Degree, draws inspiration from the moment when the fluid elements of nature and exacting lines in architecture intersect. The premium collection features a reinforced aluminium frame case design, with two snap closures for carry-on bags and three for check-in bags, while the four dual-spinning recessed wheels are engineered to offer effortless manoeuverability to help you glide smoothly — and stylishly — away the minute you set off on your journey. tumi.com LEAVE TO REMAIN We’ve long been fans of Bloc Party frontman Kele Okereke here at Attitude, andthis month he adds another string to his bow…

3 min.
to go or not to go? that is the question

“The world is not so easily divided into ‘good’ and ‘evil’ or ‘gayfriendly’ and ‘non gayfriendly’” Just 60 years ago, Spain was a pretty repressive place. Under the grip of General Franco and the Catholic Church, the Costas back then were a no-fun zone. In fact, when the first flights brought fun-seeking tourists from the UK to the Spanish beaches in 1958, police who saw tourists wearing bikinis and other ‘revealing’ swimwear ordered them to cover up. Last year, more than 18 million British people visited Spain, and given the way that some of us behave under the influence of cheap sangria, you’d hope that they’d have got over it by now. It seems they have. In fact, tourism has been one of the biggest drivers behind Spain’s incredible journey from repressive…

3 min.
karnage kills

How did you choose your stage name? It was given to me by a friend at college, “Why don’t you have a name that means destruction? Carnage, but with a ‘k’.” I [used to be] very aggressive and bitter. I thought it sounded like a milk brand, but I stuck with it. When did you realise you had a gift for writing and rapping? I’ve written music for as long as I can remember — not always well! I was into poetry at school, that was my thing. I wouldn’t say I started taking it seriously until my first-ever performance, which was two years ago. Seeing people’s reaction, the belief in their eyes was like, “Wow, I might be on to something.” How would you describe your look? It used to be very slutty [laughs].…