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Attitude Magazine

Attitude Magazine December 2017

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

SEAN LINEKER, ACCOUNT MANAGER My mum made my brother and me join a football team when I was little, and she turned around during a match to see me sitting in the middle of the pitch making a daisy chain MARK MCADAM, SPORTS EDITOR Having worked in sport for 15 years, most people would probably consider my life to be one big macho fest. But meeting world champion and heavyweight boxer Anthony Joshua and Hollywood hard-man Samuel L Jackson was particularly special for me. Both of them stand out as being “super masc” to me JOSHUA HAIGH, WEB EDITOR Taking a 6ft 4in rugby player home in the second year of uni ON THE COVER PHOTOGRAPHY: John Russo FASHION: Joseph Kocharian Jake wears flight suit from Rokit Vintage…

5 min.
welcome to attitude’s masculinity issue

Masculinity is in crisis. At least that’s the message that seems to emerge pretty much every day from the mainstream media. Broadsheets, Sunday supplements and radio and TV discussion programmes are full of straight men debating what it means to be a man, what constitutes modern masculinity, and whining about how difficult it is to respect themselves now that women are becoming more powerful and that male privilege is being eroded. Well, first of all, they need to get over themselves. But more importantly, what about gay men and our relationship with our masculinity? Because it strikes me that this is much more complicated, intense and potentially troubling. Yes, we enjoy the privilege of being male in a patriarchal society that for some reason values our genitals way above a woman’s. But…

1 min.
the word on the street


1 min.
3 ways to get your christmas queens fix

1 // Buy the third Christmas Queens album, which includes fan favourites such as Alaska, Katya, Bob The Drag Queen and season nine runner-up Peppermint, who will be demonstrating their charisma, nerve, uniqueness and talent on reworked classics as well as some new songs. 2 // Head to one of the seven UK cities the queens will be visiting on their tour between 7 and 16 December — London, Leamington Spa, Cardiff, Bristol, Brighton, Manchester and Glasgow. The line-up varies with each stop, but there’ll be a clutch of queens performing numbers, plus hostess Michelle Visage. 3 // For the first time, you’ll be able to experience some of the glad tidings and joy on your TV, with a concert special, filmed during last year’s tour, to air during the festive period. christmasqueens.net…

3 min.

{ COMEDY } OUT OF CONTROL The funniest thing to come out of the West Midlands since Lenny Henry, Joe Lycett will be touring the country next year with his new show, I’m About to Lose Control and I Think Joe Lycett. The tour kicks off in Bristol on 14 February and continues with 50 dates announced so far. Rather than limiting himself to one theme, the pansexual 29-year-old funnyman will instead share anecdotes and riff on amusing incidents from the past couple of years, taking aim at the likes of the banking industry and, of course, Trump. joelycettcomedy.co.uk { PERFORMANCE } ESCAPE THE DAILY GRIND FFS! Thats’s usually uttered on a Grindr date with someone who looks nothing like their profile pic. But in Timberlina’s new alt-drag, rock’n’roll eco-show of the same name, it…

1 min.
sean teale

If you’re like us, you’ll have clocked up-and-comer Sean Teale in Fox’s new X-Men universe TV series The Gifted. The handsome and brooding 25-year-old Londoner plays Marcos/Eclipse, a mutant who has the power to manipulate photons, allowing him to use light as a weapon. If Sean looks familiar, that may be because he’s packed quite a few sizeable roles into his career to date. His break came when he was cast as part of the final generation of E4’s teen hit Skins, and in 2014 he jumped channels to play the mischievous Franco in ITV’s period drama Mr Selfridge. With his star on the rise, America called and Sean joined the cast of historical fiction series Reign, before cutting a rather more dashing figure as the protagonist in anti-capitalist dystopian series Incorporated…