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Shirley’s Burn Book

Jeannine Grossman has to shave twice a day, and…

Taylor Swift

Might Be a Neo-Nazi

I discovered this thanks to Taylor’s own legal team, who tried to shut down an online article about how the Far-Right loves Taylor and her (apparently) ‘racist’ music. Dumb move, lawyers – because now everyone is talking about it. Everyone except Taylor, that is. Hmmm. You’d think that someone who takes to Twitter to angrily deny that she’s copying Beyoncé would have no problem tweeting that she’s not a White Supremacist.

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Our second annual sex issue is a hotbed of intimacy issues, as we explore the effect dating apps have had on modern gay relationships with scientist and author Giovanni Frazzetto. We meet some of the crack-team making sure we’re all in good sexual health at the Gay Men’s Health Service, while Avram Finkelstein, one of the men behind the iconic 1980s Silence = Death poster, talks art and AIDS activism with ACT UP’s Will St Leger. Anna Mac Carthy Adams gives a timely update on the complex situation same-sex parents currently face, despite the passing of the marriage referendum and children’s legislation, and we meet the man behind the return of Silver Stars, a moving musical about gay men who dared to be out and proud in Ireland of the 1980s.