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Attitude Magazine

Attitude Magazine March 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

DOM TOP, WRITER/COMEDIAN My body looked it’s hottest in 2017; I finally managed to put on some weight, which after growing up as a skinny little slip of a boy, made me feel great. Since then I’ve been posting Instagram thirst-traps such as this one. I’m aiming to look even better in 2018! TIM HEAP, ASSISTANT EDITOR Having been a bit podgy at high school, I became slightly obsessed with losing weight with the help of a Wii Fit when I turned 18. After losing 3st, I started using it at uni and also joined the rowing team, training up to six times a week for three years. This photo from a holiday in 2012 reminds me of what my body looked like in its prime. I’m hoping to get back there thanks…

3 min.
a letter from the editor-in-chief

It contains features on balding, bums, a body boot camp, and a terrific cover story on one bisexual man who uses his physical form to earn a living — the utterly charming, not to mention gorgeous, wrestler Anthony Bowens. But at the heart of this Body issue is, once again, our photo story celebrating the real bodies of a cross-section of gay, bi and queer men from around the UK. And this time, the feature has an added focus on the ageing process. Because I know this is something that can stir up strong feelings in many of us. Yes, we’ve all looked at hot men a decade older than us (in my case Hugh Jackman and Daniel Craig) and reassured ourselves that maturing physically may be nothing to be afraid of…

5 min.

{ FASHION } ANOTHER SEASON OF GOODWILL One of our obsessions last season came in the form of new brand Les Girls Les Boys. Created by Serena Rees (the founder of Agent Provocateur), the second season continues her vision of fluidity of friendship, identity and sexuality. With branding on the underwear and apparel, and clean crisp monochrome pieces, we’re ready for another helping. lesgirlslesboys.com { THEATRE } HEIR APPARENT When a play’s run is extended due to popular demand and it’s dubbed the spiritual successor to Angels in America, you know it shouldn’t be missed. The Inheritance, at London’s Young Vic, explores a post-Aids generation of gay men in New York, providing a panoramic view of how they engage with community and activism today. The play is in two separate three-hour parts (they stand alone…

1 min.
jordan bruno

My Kitchen Rules semi-finalist Jordan Bruno is cooking up a storm after being crowned Mr Gay Pride Australia 2018. The author and first openly gay contestant on MKR can be found on YouTube cooking, in just an apron and his undies. But he has also been using his platform for the greater good, becoming a queer activist. All profits from his book The Gay Chef were donated to LGBT+ mental health charities, and the cookbook is being given away free to young people struggling with mental health problems. Jordan is now preparing for Mr Gay World, which takes place in South Africa in May, and he’ll be the Australian ambassador for Gay Ski Week in Queenstown, New Zealand We’re already learning to slalom. @jordanbruno.mkr…

3 min.
cliff joannou

IT’S NOT NEWS that we live in a world crowded with images that deliver extreme examples of what our bodies should look like. Movies, magazines and TV endorse the idea that we should aspire to a pec-perfect physical representation of masculinity. And like most of us, I’m a product of my childhood. When I was a kid I existed on a diet of cartoons, toys and comics that sociologists might argue can formulate unrealistic body image expectations. For me, the first example of extreme masculinity and body idolatry was He-Man. Aged five, and long before I knew what it meant to be gay, I admired his pert pecs and wanted that incredible six pack. Michelangelo’s David on steroids, I played with my He-Man toy endlessly, dreaming that one day, I too…

1 min.
up & down

UP MALE BODIES They come in all shapes and sizes. And they’re all beautiful SNATCH SEASON RuPaul told Oprah that Drag Race is like religion — just swap praying for slaying QUEER EYE A new crew makes over clueless straights for your binge-watching pleasure WINTER OLYMPICS The athletes wear too many clothes but head to Insta where they peel them off DOWN VALENTINE’S DAY Single? Coupled? We don't give a shit. Just ignore it and it will eventually go away DRESSING FOR SPRING Hot cold, hot cold — all those layers are making us sweat more than Kevin Spacey at the Oscars GRINDING YOU DOWN “Sup. U hung?” Recent research found using the app too much makes you unhappy. Get thee to a gay bar BREXIT ANNIVERSARY Two years since the EU referendum was announced. Longest. Divorce. Ever. They should have put Joan Collins in charge…