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Emma Bunton

It’s 20 years since five girls changed the face of the international pop scene for ever. Now 40 — wait, what ? — Emma Bunton gives us the scoop on life before, during and after the Spice Girls

It’s 20 years since five girls changed the face of the international pop scene for ever. Now 40 — wait, what ? — Emma Bunton gives us the scoop on life before, during and after the Spice Girls

IF YOU ARE A GAY GUY OF A CERTAIN AGE and it comes to girlbands, you may find yourself a bit too old for Little Mix and a touch too young for Bananarama. And although you may have picked sides in the Sugababes vs Girls Aloud era, there’s truly only one group for you.

The Spice Girls were genre-shaping and era-defining. To have Emma Bunton sitting 3ft from you, saying “Oh my God, Baby Spice is 40,” with a heart-warming giggle, makes you sit up and wonder where the time has gone and what the hell you’ve done with your life.

The youngest Spice Girl has a warmth that instantly puts you at ease and a down-to-earth nature that’s rather surprising considering she’s spent 20 years in possibly the most fickle of industries. “I don’t think there’s anything I wouldn’t want to be asked,” says Emma, who’s just as happy to coo about her two children as she is to talk about the details of being in the world’s most successful girl group.

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The Orlando attack is one of the most violent acts perpetrated against a gathered group of queer people in the West. Attitude presents a passionate analysis of the event, with guest writers from the Latin, Muslim, Christian, Black and Trans communities asking the question: What have we learned from Orlando? Elsewhere in this issue: Three years before Stonewall… there was the riot at Compton’s cafeteria in San Francisco. Attitude commemorates 50 years since the queer community fought back against an oppressive police force. 20 years of Girl Power. Spice Girl Emma Bunton recalls the highs and lows of life as part of the world’s most famous girl groups ever. Out gay Iraqi activist Amir Ashour on why he’ll never stop fighting for LGBT liberation in his homeland. Pop’s new sensation Shura on why she doesn’t want her music compartmentalized as a queer artist. Willam reveals why he has no love for RuPaul’s Drag Race.
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