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STRICTLY BALLROOM

THE QUEER PARISIAN PERFORMANCE ARTIST, KIDDY SMILE, IS KEEPING HIS DREAM ALIVE

KIDDY SMILE IS MAKING SURE the spirit of the ballroom culture of the Eighties and Nineties keeps burning, fiercely. His performance art encompasses not only ballroom, but also takes in production, singing, rap and video. Visuals are key to any artist, and his look — tall, black and butch — is as significant as the art he creates, given how body politics operates in society.

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On the cover, exclusive interview with The Walking Dead star Daniel Newman Plus: Declan McKenna talks pop & politics; First Dates’ Fred Sirieix gets Active; previewing the BBC’s major new gay drama; one British man tortured for being gay; cruising through the years; and Attitude joins the great PrEP debate.