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There’s no place like home

ELEANOR MARGOLIS EXPLAINS WHY HER HOLIDAY TRADITION IS A LITTLE BIT QUEER

Travelling to new cities means having to do things. Going to Paris? You have to stand in a wing of the Louvre, trying to catch a glimpse of the surprisingly tiny Mona Lisa through a fog of heads and a sheet of bulletproof glass. In London for the first time? You have to stand in the middle of Leicester Square and pretend you’re having a nice, authentic, London-tastic time.

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We’re thrilled to have lesbian royalty Samira Wiley on our cover this month talking about The Handmaid’s Tale, Orange Is The New Black, and the importance of representation. In our exclusive interview, Samira also opens up about coming out, being a role model, and why she’s no longer worried about being labelled as a “gay actress”. Also in this issue… Orange Is Back: Why we’re still hooked, six seasons later Taryn Manning tells DIVA: “I miss playing the villain” Picnic At Hanging Rock: Natalie Dormer chats to Roxy Bourdillon about the BBC’s new sapphic series Miseducation Of Cameron Post star Sasha Lane: “I still haven’t come out to my parents” Hannah Bardell MP visits Malawi Eight surprisingly LGBT-friendly holiday destinations PLUS: Gay Games 2018, Edinburgh Fringe, horoscopes and much more!