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(7 Customer Reviews)   |     Write Review 12 issues per year DIVA is Europe’s best-selling and most influential lifestyle magazine for lesbian, bisexual and queer women. Our aim is simple – to bring you the latest trends and talent at the cutting edge of popular lesbian and bisexual culture. With so much going on, it’s no surprise that DIVA magazine is THE trusted source of information for lesbian and bisexual women the world over.

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DIVA Magazine  |  December 15  


Kristen Stewart tells DIVA what has been going on for her since Twilight, why she's avoiding blockbusters and what life is like for her in the tabloid spotlight.

Christmas has come around quickly! Some of us love it, some not so much, so with that in mind for our gift guide, we’ve scoured the land for queer businesses, artists and crafters so you can buy your loved ones gifts and support community businesses while you shop.

Because some of us like our Christmas a little different – with the honourable exception of Susan Calman – we asked counsellor Alena Dierickx to help us with a few suggestions on how to take a more innovative approach to the festivities.

We’ve a bumper crop of arts-related features this month. From queer Muslim artist Raisa Kabir’s exploration of what it feels like to be both included and excluded by your own communities to author Andrea Stuart’s beautiful and thoughtful coming out story (in extract) . Author/performer Yang-May Ooi reflects on what it means to be a lesbian Asian woman living in the West.

Many of us know what it’s like to be affected by homophobic abuse and Louise Carolin’s powerful feature on this issue reflects how, despite significant legal changes, hate incidents persist.

Perhaps our experiences of feeling cast out explains why LGBT people are heading to Lesvos to help refugees fleeing persecution, as Mel Steel discovers.

Plus all the very best in life, scene, books, film, music and TV.
DIVA magazine is Europe’s best-selling and most authoritative lifestyle magazine for lesbian and bisexual women.

Our aim is simple – to bring you the latest trends and talent at the cutting edge of popular lesbian and bisexual culture. Each month you will find in-depth interviews, engaging features and photo shoots with some of the most influential and admired women from our community. On top of this we cram in page-after-page of news, opinion, entertainment and the arts, humour, travel and much more besides.

The digital edition packs an extra special punch - look out for exclusive photo galleries and behind-the-scenes videos that you won’t find anywhere else. Whether you prefer to read DIVA magazine on a smartphone, tablet or laptop you’ll never have to leave home without it. For best results, download when connected to a wifi hotspot.

With so much going on, it’s no surprise that DIVA magazine is THE trusted source of information for lesbian and bisexual women the world over.
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You'll receive 12 issues during a 1 year DIVA Magazine magazine subscription.

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7 Customer Reviews
   Great magazine for queer women Reviewed 03 June 2017
I love this magazine. It's aimed at bisexual women as well as lesbians and I was pleased to find an article on pansexuality in one issue. As a pan woman I often feel like things with lesbian content isn't "for" me, but I don't find that with Diva. It has a wide range of articles focusing on all kinds of topics, often politics and feminism as well as pop culture and other lighter topics. To improve, it could do with more focus on trans women and non binary people.
   I love DIVA Reviewed 22 January 2015
This is a great magazine. I love it.
   ...more diversity needed Reviewed 18 December 2014
It just upsets and annoys me that women of colour are constantly made to seem invisible in LGBT+ communities through the constant lack of representation in media outlets. We do exist and we deserve to be represented in lesbian magazines.
   Not your ordinary women's magazine Reviewed 23 August 2013 SUBSCRIBER
Amazing how much they pack in every month... Politics, culture, lifestyle, fashion, scene, travel. Ordinary women get as much of a look-in as celebs, which makes a nice change. Varied content aimed at satisfying our diverse community. I'm bi and there's more "for me" in DIVA than any other magazine (straight or queer) that I can think of.
   one of a kind Reviewed 23 November 2012
Diva is quite literally one of a kind, it's the only nationwide UK lesbian magazine. It's the 'sister publication' of GayTimes and is aimed at lesbians (and bisexual women) in The United Kingdom and also in Europe. It has a diverse range of articles from gardening tips to TV features, from clubbing guides to fashion features. Although Diva is fairly good many of its readers feel disgruntled that it appears to be aiming at too wide an audience.

Articles in this issue

Below is a selection of articles in DIVA Magazine December 15.

Deanz MEET THE YOUNG MUSICIAN SET TO TAKE OVER THE WORLD If you don’t know the name Deanz, you soon will. Small in stature but big on ambition, this young dancehall musician has more than enough talent to ...
Being Bahar GOLDSMITHS UNIVERSITY’S WELFARE AND DIVERSITY OFFICER FOUND HERSELF THE SUBJECT OF A MEDIA FRENZY WHEN SHE TWEETED #KILLALLWHITEMEN. WE MEET THE WOMAN BEHIND THE HEADLINES Bahar Mustafa is not the mi...
Diva's Christmas Gift Ideas STILL SEARCHING FOR THE PERFECT PRESENT FOR SOMEONE SPECIAL?WISH YOUR MONEY WAS GOING TO LGBT MAKERS AND INTERPRENUERS?LOOK NO FURTHER -DIVA'S GOT CHRISTMAS ALL WRAPPED UP! STILL SEARCHING FOR THE PER...
“ The most important thing is to be happy” DIVA DISCOVERS WHAT’S BEEN HAPPENING IN KRISTEN STEWART‘S LIFE SINCE TWILIGHT, WHY SHE AVOIDS BLOCKBUSTERS AND WHAT IT’S LIKE LIVING UNDER THE TABLOID SPOTLIGHT PORTRAITS DREW GURIAN Kristen Stewart ...
12 Steps to Surviving Christmas TIRED OF TURKEY? FED UP WITH THE FAMILY? LOOKING FOR SOME MEANING IN IT ALL? ALENA DIERICKX SHARES HER FESTIVE SURVIVAL TIPS There’s no avoiding Christmas. Regardless of your religion or world views, ...
Queerbashed WHAT IS HATE CRIME AND HOW DOES IT AFFECT LESBIANS AND BI WOMEN? “I know you ain’t two bitches.” His voice sounded low in my ear, so close I felt his breath on my neck, just briefly before his hand sm...
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DIVA Magazine   |   December 15   


Kristen Stewart tells DIVA what has been going on for her since Twilight, why she's avoiding blockbusters and what life is like for her in the tabloid spotlight.

Christmas has come around quickly! Some of us love it, some not so much, so with that in mind for our gift guide, we’ve scoured the land for queer businesses, artists and crafters so you can buy your loved ones gifts and support community businesses while you shop.

Because some of us like our Christmas a little different – with the honourable exception of Susan Calman – we asked counsellor Alena Dierickx to help us with a few suggestions on how to take a more innovative approach to the festivities.

We’ve a bumper crop of arts-related features this month. From queer Muslim artist Raisa Kabir’s exploration of what it feels like to be both included and excluded by your own communities to author Andrea Stuart’s beautiful and thoughtful coming out story (in extract) . Author/performer Yang-May Ooi reflects on what it means to be a lesbian Asian woman living in the West.

Many of us know what it’s like to be affected by homophobic abuse and Louise Carolin’s powerful feature on this issue reflects how, despite significant legal changes, hate incidents persist.

Perhaps our experiences of feeling cast out explains why LGBT people are heading to Lesvos to help refugees fleeing persecution, as Mel Steel discovers.

Plus all the very best in life, scene, books, film, music and TV.
As a subscriber you'll receive the following benefits:

  A discount off the RRP of your magazine
  Your magazine delivered to your door each month
  You'll never miss an issue
  You’re protected from price rises that may happen later in the year
  Money-back guarantee

You'll receive 12 issues during a 1 year DIVA Magazine magazine print subscription.
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