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GAY AS YOU LIKE

BISEXUAL WRITER ROXANE GAY TALKS TO JANE CZYZSELSKA ABOUT BEING THE FIRST BLACK WOMAN TO WRITE A COMIC BOOK SERIES FOR MARVEL

Described by Time magazine as “the gift that keeps on giving”, writer and academic Roxane Gay’s star has been on the rise since the publication of her novel, An Untamed State, in 2014. Bad Feminist, an insightful collection of essays published the same year, won praise for the way it tackled issues of race, gender and sexuality, and her eagerly anticipated new novel Hunger is released later this year. Busy? Yes. But somehow, Gay has found time to cowrite the new Black Panther comic series, describing it as “the most bizarre thing I’ve ever done”. DIVA caught up with her to find out more about being the first black woman to write a comic book series for Marvel, and what to expect from World Of Wakanda.

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This month’s cover features some of the movers and shakers on the first ever DIVA Power List as voted for you. Also in this issue… Black History Month: Inspirational women who deserve to be remembered Vicky Beeching on keeping the faith after coming out as lesbian BBC newsreader Jane Hill is feeling blue post-Rio Phyll Opoku-Gyimah speaks to lesbian and bi asylum seekers Heather Peace takes on gendered toy manufacturers Kesiena Boom: Why Theresa May is bad news for lez/bi women Is sex education in schools fit for purpose? Roxy Bourdillon finds out How to deal with homophobic micro-aggressions in the workplace Interviews with Sarah Walk, Cheryl Dunye, Rebekah Staton and Roxane Gay. PLUS: travel, family and much, much more!
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