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Editor in Chief’s Letter

“What does an Attitude Award mean?” a friend asked me last year after seeing the coverage of our sixth annual awards event, and the first at Camden’s legendary Roundhouse.

Created by Stream Publishing managing director Darren Styles OBE in 2012, the Attitude Awards aimed to celebrate those who elevated the conversation around LGBT+ identity in music, film, politics, sport and beyond. In that first year, we honoured several notable people: Ian McKellen, Peter Tatchell and Clare Balding to name just three. Each of them outspoken champions of LGBT+ awareness who by coming out became the role models that were lacking in their early years. It’s this diversity of our winners and their personal, emotional journeys that sets us apart from other similar awards events.

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