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LONDON (STILL) CALLING

TEN YEARS AFTER HIS LAST VISIT, JOSHUA HEATH DISCOVERS LONDON SWINGING.

IT HAD BEEN over a decade since I’d visited London and two since I lived there back in my early 20s. On a recent trip, I returned to my old stomping grounds, including the first sauna I ever visited! Sampling the current hotspots was, of course, on the itinerary, as was a little bit of culture and the maximum amount of fun.

LONDON STAYS

Mimi’s Hotel, hidden behind a historic façade, is a newly constructed hotel offering seven room categories from Tiny, Mini and Cosy up to Lux. As the names suggest, Tiny really is just that at only six-square metres. I opted for Lux – at a roomy 21-square metres. What the room lacked in size it made up for in style.

All rooms are near-soundproof (I made the most of that!) and offer high-end finishes like flat screen TV, free in-room movie, music and WI-FI, super comfortable 5-star mattresses with luxurious Frette linen, Molton Brown toiletries and complimentary mineral water.

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This month’s issue is all about where to find the best gay parties in the world in 2018. We reveal the best places to get your jam on and your rocks off! Our team of roving reporters file stories from Madrid and Barcelona, Malta and Mykonos, Reykjavik, Brighton and London, from Puerto Vallarta to Miami, Palm Springs and Toronto, Koh Samui, Hong Kong and Shibuya. And do we have sexy pics of hot party boys shaking their junk? Of course… including hunky Frank Carter’s Diary Of A Circuit Boy! Wanna know what goes down at Tropical Fruits, the legendary New Year party on the New South Wales central coast? Jack Ladd’s smutty story reveals everything! Wondering what to wear to Sydney’s Mardi Gras? Check out our less-is-more costume guide! Speaking of unusual outfits… we have Aussie comedian Rhys Nicholson in a painted-on bodysuit and wedged into a rubbish bin. The hilarious stand-up tells us all about his fascinating childhood and spills the beans on some fellow comics, including Joel Creasey! UK X-Factor star Peyton launches his first soul album and tells us all about his X-Factor issues! Meanwhile, rock star Phil Jamieson of Grinspoon tells us about his unexpected career swing into musical theatre in Green Day’s American Idiot. We all love the Oscars, but do they love us back? We take a look at when the Academy Awards rewards gay-themed films and gay actors and when they snub us. It’s a great retrospective story that suggests the first gay Hollywood screen kiss may have happened as early as 1928! Let’s talk art. In our feature, Cock And Awe we explore the photographic ethos of Venfield8, which is sexy and thought-provoking. Photographer Stas Vokman shoots former DNA cover model Vladimir Momotov in a beautiful Spanish-inspired story, Take A Bow. Plus, all our usual regular features including music, theatre and book reviews, Month In A Minute, Burnttoast and The Deplorables, and Dear Diva solves your big gay problems! Enjoy!