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MADONNA’S X FACTOR

FOR THE LAST DECADE OR MORE IT’S BEEN tough being a Madonna admirer.

Her last three albums were neither fan favourites nor critical successes. 2008’s Hard Candy was too busy chasing the R&B hits of its era, 2012’s MDNA was too busy chasing the shapeshifting EDM sound, and 2015’s Rebel Heart was too busy trying to sound hip it forgot to write catchy songs.

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Davy Boi has a Dirty Mind and he’s not afraid to use it!
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It’s been quite the year for Australian professional soccer player, 26-yearold Andy Brennan. He’s identified his sexuality, accepted it, shared it with his friends, family and teammates, and boldly broadcast it to the world. In doing so, he joins an elite group of out gay football players and hopes to make it easier for others in any sport to come out without fear.
…Adam-Jon Fiorentino. From the disco floor to chimney tops, Aladdin’s cave or his latest gay role on Five Bedrooms, he’s irresistible!
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In a rare interview, Law And Order star, Raúl Esparza discusses coming out as bisexual, the personal freedom of aging, and the enduring appeal of the show that’s made him famous.
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