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A WORD FROM OUR PUBLISHER

A very warm welcome to the 251st issue of DIVA. This is my first issue as a sole publisher and I hope the first of many! I had the pleasure of meeting many of our readers at last month’s 250th issue celebrations in London, and something which really stood out for me was how much love there is for the DIVA brand from readers of all ages and backgrounds.

Many of you at the awards told me that reading DIVA helped you come to terms with your sexual orientation, while some of you who grew up in less enlightened times spoke of our magazine as a “lifeline”. And while life has certainly got better for young gay and bi women, I know that there will still be some of you reading this who are experiencing feelings of isolation and even despair. Please remember: you are not alone, and DIVA is on your side.

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As the UK prepares to go the polls in June, our timely front cover is Mhairi Black. The 22-year-old SNP MP has won legions of fans from across the political spectrum since being elected in 2015 thanks to her principled stance on issues affecting the most vulnerable in our communities. In an exclusive interview with publisher Linda Riley, Black talks about her biggest challenges in parliament so far, and why she doesn’t want to be Nicola Sturgeon. Also in this issue… Rose and Rosie: Exposed Sleeping with the enemy: Can a relationship survive political differences? Denise Welch: “We need to come out about depression” Game Of Thrones star Ellie Kendrick talks to Roxy Bourdillon about her new film A woman’s place is in the House: Carrie Lyell on women in parliament and the progress over the last 100 years Why are so many straight authors writing about same-sex love? Church for atheists: Vicky Beeching experiences a “godless church” for the first time “It’s not just banter”: Tackling homophobia in football Our family and autism PLUS: Travel, art, community and more!
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