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Real Bodies

I had issues with my body growing up – I wanted to change my gender to female. I had some therapy, and when I was about 21 I started to accept myself as male and learned to love the body that I have. I still love the female form, so I started getting tattoos of female villains that I love. I’ve got everyone from Poison Ivy to Nicki Minaj.

OPEN UP ABOUT YOUR BODY

Lee Wyatt, 27, Plymouth, Barber

HEIGHT/WEIGHT

5’11

12

STONE

DIET

I EAT CRAP. I EAT A GOOD MEAL WHEN I CAN, BUT THE MAJORITY OF THE TIME IT’S TAKEOUT MEALS, OR MICROWAVABLE READY MEALS, OR A LOT OF PIZZA. SO, FAST, EASY STUFF.

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In a world exclusive first magazine cover shoot, Years and Years singer Olly Alexander tells us about his amazing rise to the top of the charts, his struggles with depression – and dealing with heartache as he splits up from his boyfriend, clean bandit’s Neil Amin-Smith. Inside, our review of the year looks at the most records, films and TV programmes that have shaped your year. We interview the gay owners of the controversial Cereal Killer Café, meet four amazing trans men set to redefine trans awareness and meet a man who is fighting back against the gentrification of the gay scene. Plus fashion, film, fitness and everything you’d expect from a regular issue of Attitude.