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Living on in our memories

Sometimes the greatest form of activism is simply to be true to yourself. Few people embody that idea better than one of the victims of the recent terrorist attack in Manchester

MARTYN HETT

From Coronation Street to Mariah Carey, Martyn Hett embraced his passions. A PR manager and former Attitude contributor, who went on to garner a strong digital following with his hilarious and sharply obser ved tweets, Martyn channelled energy and a love for life into everything he did.

He was unashamedly happy with who he was, something that embodies the spirit of LGBT+ pride — and the sentiment behind the Attitude Pride Awards.

That makes his death during the terrorist attack at the Ariana Grande concert in Manchester all the more tragic. But it felt right that Attitude should ask Martyn’s family to accept a posthumous Pride Award on his behalf in celebration of his life.

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