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ask aled

My best friend and I have known each over for more than ten years – which means we’ve been through a lot of ups and downs! We met at university and now, here in the Big Smoke, we live together. I’ve noticed though, since he started a new job, that he’s started speaking in more, urm, colourful language when it comes to people of colour. I don’t think he’s racist or means offence, but casual racism is just unacceptable. He’s started leaning on inappropriate stereotypes when it comes to talking about those from different ethnic backgrounds – and even does accents now! I know this isn’t him, and I can only assume it’s related to a new crowd at work, but how do I bring this up with him without making things awkward or ruining our friendship? There’s enough hate in the world without casual racism. From TR

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For this year's style issue we dress up Hollywood star Nico Tortorella who talks frankly about his bisexuality, his critically acclaimed podcast 'The Love Bomb' and much more. Also bursting out of this edition are 70 pages of spring/summer essentials , Gok Wan talking opera Divas and deep house and we talk to the leading men in the latest theatre revival of the classic 'La Cage aux Folles'. Elsewhere, rugby player Nick Younquest talks about being a face for Paco Rabane; LGBT+ advocate, activist, actor and legend Lord Michael Cashman gets real with us about mental health; and Mark Diakese becomes the first UFC athlete to pose for a gay publication.