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GAY TIMES

Issue 500

"Gay Times has been a vital resource for the LGBTQ community from its genesis in 1974. Whether that’s been spreading crucial awareness on policy changes and highlighting the ongoing fight for liberation, to the latest in fashion, celebrity, TV, film and music: Gay Times represents the truly multifaceted nature of the queer community. In 2017, the brand was proudly relaunched to fully embody its newfound mission to amplify queer voices. Now truly representing the vast and varied experiences of the LGBTQ initialism, Gay Times has evolved to be far more than solely a magazine. Now a leading LGBTQ media brand with the largest online audience of any queer publication in the world, it reaches more people than ever before, and continues to create and facilitate authentic connections, across the globe."

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United Kingdom
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Utgiver:
Gay Times Limited
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gay times

EDITOR William J Connolly CHIEF CONTENT OFFICER Lewis Corner FASHION EDITOR Umar Sarwar DESIGN MANAGER Jack Pengelly COMMISSIONING EDITOR Oly Innes STAFF WRITER Daniel Megarry STAFF WRITER Sam Damshenas COVER DESIGNER Willoughby Warner PHOTOGRAPHERS 502ho Anisa Cleaver Davide Laffe Easton Schirra Gabriel Mokake Jakub Koziel Jimmie Parker Kenny Whittle Luke Fontana Megan Walschlager Mia Rankin Nedim Nazerali Ryan Pfluger WRITERS Matt Moore Rosa Costanza STYLISTS Gabriel Langenbrunner Matthew Mazur Nathan Miller Star Burleigh Veronica Graye Willyum Beck ASSISTANTS Miranda Mikkola OUR PARTNERS AEG, Apple Music, Cancer Research UK, Celebrity Cruises, cottages.com, Gayle, James Villas, Mermaids, Moschino, Paddy Power, Shangri La, W Hotels WITH THANKS TO Allison Stroot, Alyx Carr, Amanda Bodenstein, Amber Amos, Ana Bustamante, Ana Takahashi, Beatrice Sandoval, Brett Ruttenberg, Charlie Clark-Perry, Chris Bergin, Cristina DiCocco, Eden Walton, Elliot Berry, Elvis Schmoulianoff, Gilbert Soliz, Gina ‘Gigi’ Lira, Jeanna Ridout, Laura Ackermann, Lisa Calli, Love Bailey, Megan Keegan, Moe K, Nathan Juergensen, Nicol Biesek, Rayner Reyes, Remi Odunsi, Richie Keo, Sean Harris, Shaina Paulson, Sogol Razi, Sogol Razi, Steve Rose, Sven Bayerbach, Thom Will, Tiago…

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a note from us.

When I acquired the publishing business of GAY TIMES back in March 2017, I immediately knew a lot had to change. For many people, including myself, GAY TIMES evoked fond memories of a time gone by. I can still recall buying my first copy of the magazine, and how liberating that felt. But over the years, the publication had become less relevant and had struggled to evolve. Both the media landscape and the needs of the community had changed, and people quite rightly asked if there was still a place for a publication like GAY TIMES. Well, I am pleased to say, that today GAY TIMES has never been more relevant, and is seeing incredible success on a global scale. We have record numbers of people engaging with our brand across…

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500 issues strong.

For 500 issues, Gay Times Magazine has been at the forefront of amplifying the voices and experiences of LGBTQ people in their march towards true equality. In 1984, the GAY TIMES brand first appeared on the cover alongside our parent title HIM. It marked the start of a shift in queer storytelling and reporting, proudly and unapologetically printing the word ‘GAY’ on the masthead every issue. Over hundreds and hundreds of covers, Gay Times Magazine has chronicled the tragic lows and historic highs of the queer experience during the past 35 years. We’ve had queer icons like David Bowie, Elton John, Dusty Springfield and George Michael grace the cover. We’ve paid tribute to the victims of the HIV/AIDS epidemic, the late Princess Diana who was a staunch ally of the LGBTQ…

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theo germaine.

This year, American actor Theo Germaine landed their breakout role as James on Ryan Murphy’s satirical comedy The Politician alongside Hollywood icons such as Jessica Lange, Gwyneth Paltrow, Bette Midler and Judith Light. The series follows Ben Platt’s character Payton Hobart, a wealthy student from California who is determined to become the President of the United States with the help of his three dedicated best friends: Alice (Julia Schlaepfer), McAfee (Laura Dreyfuss) and James. Theo, who identifies as trans non-binary, says the role is “unique” because their gender identity isn’t addressed on the series, it’s simply left open to interpretation. “Most of the auditions that trans folk go on are very specifically about gender identity, which is really great because I want those stories to be told, but having the opportunity to…

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keiynan lonsdale.

“I realised I could eat some ass if I wanted to, I could smoke some grass if I wanted to, I could quit The Flash if I wanted to,” boasts Keiynan Lonsdale on his ferocious new single Rainbow Dragon, a self-love R&B anthem that presents a middle finger to his detractors. Just one year ago, when the Aussie actor was fresh off all-American boy-next-door roles in major Hollywood movie Love, Simon and the aforementioned DC superhero series, such a bold statement would’ve been almost unimaginable. But a lot can change in the space of 12 months. In the public eye, the emancipation of Keiynan came as he walked the pink carpet at the Met Gala’s celebration of camp this May – where his butterfly dress and baby pink hair received think…

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kalen allen.

“It’s about visibility for me, especially as a black gay man,” Kalen tells us direct from LA. “I think it’s important to be in the press and do those opportunities because it’s the only way I can be an example and representation for many other young boys who need somebody to look up to. Somebody that they can say, ‘He did it, I can do it as well’. It means more to me than just Hollywood.” As an openly gay black man, Kalen’s sexuality and journey to success is what drives him to be visible for others – for those young queer people that, like him, didn’t see themselves represented on screen or online. And long before his now regular appearances on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, he was posting videos online…

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