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Style as an act of expression

VALENTINO VECCHIETTI on fashion as activism and representation

“I am aware of the story my clothes can tell”

VALENTINO VECCHIETTI is a writer, academic, intersex human rights campaigner and a lesbian. They founded Intersex Equality Rights UK. @ValentinoInter
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Leisha Hailey is serving celesbian realness on the cover of our stunning new style issue and we are very much here for it. In an exclusive, no-holds-barred interview with DIVA's Roxy Bourdillon, the actor, singer and - lezbehonest - total dykon discusses everything from growing up gay in Nebraska and bi representation in The L Word to getting the gang back together for Gen Q and filming the smokin’ hot sex scene that got everybody talking… Also in this issue: Laurel Holloman on the long-awaited Tibette reunion Janet Devlin: The singer-songwriter gets confessional with Danielle Mustarde Listermania: Celebrating Anne Lister’s 229th birthday Last Tango’s Lu Corfield: “It’s fun playing nasty” Feeling myself: What does sexy look like for butch women? Vintage femme: Meet the queer women serving retro glam PLUS: Eco fashion, Sex Education style and so much more!