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PERSON OF THE MONTH

AMBER HEARD

Congratulations to Amber Heard, who has announced that she will be donating her $7m (£5.3m) divorce settlement from Johnny Depp to charities that “help those less able to defend themselves”. The actress, who publicly came out as bi in 2010, has said the funds will be split evenly between the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) to prevent violence against women and the Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles, where she has volunteered for the past decade. The actress was granted a domestic violence restraining order against Depp in May. Depp has denied the abuse. Their divorce was settled out of court last month.

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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!