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JOE STONE IS ON IT

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TAKING THAT NEXT STEP IN A RELATIONSHIP

‘DO YOU THINK you’ll get married?’ is the new ‘when did you realise?’ in terms of questions that straight people I hardly know are obsessed with asking me. I suppose I can’t blame them too much, what with gay marriage now being legal everywhere apart from those super backwards places, and me having been with my boyfriend for a *cough* number of years (It’s also preferable to my female friends, who inevitably get inundated with questions about if and when they plan to furnish their wombs, but that’s another column).

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About Attitude

This month’s Attitude cover star is One Direction’s Liam Payne, who gives the band’s first ever solo interview, and first gay press exclusive. Shot and interviewed by Attitude, he speaks out about his relationship with the gay community, and the band’s future. We also have an interview with music’s most profound gay voice, John Grant, the King of Broadway Harvey Fierstein, alternative pop star Peaches, and young adult author James Dawson. We have a feature looking at what really happened at the Stonewall riots, and look back at Emile Griffith, the tragic gay boxing star from the 1960s. This issue also introduces a few new pages to the magazine, including a Books page, the new Readers Question spread, and the debut of columnist Jemal Polson.