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Phuket Power

Thai island resort joins the international gay-party calendar with TropOut…

AS MORE AND MORE destinations become gay-friendly so the list of places to which LGBT people want to travel grows. But as I prepared for my trip to Thailand I couldn’t help wondering what the organisers of the new gay beach festival, TropOut, were planning to do differently to all the others.


The concept of travelling to a gay party isn’t a new one. Most of us know the major players, such as Atlantis, XLSIOR Mykonos and Circuit Barcelona, which have been around for years, so was there really room for another gay festival and would people actually fly all the way to Thailand to attend? Whatever the case, I set my expectations high and hoped I wouldn’t be disappointed.

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About Attitude

On the cover this month are American trans model Laith Ashley and the British Athletic Commission’s first LGB Ambassador Matt Lister. In our special report, one year into the current Government we look at how its actions are affecting you. Elsewhere, we interview the director and stars of Holding The Man, the powerful new Australian gay film that everyone should see. Plus, exclusive UK gay press interviews with Ariana Grande and Fifth Harmony, Broadway legend Bernadette Peters, and director Andrew Steggall talks about his very personal coming of age film Departure.