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Paris Lees


Cast your mind back to 2012. There was no Kellie Maloney. No Caitlyn Jenner on Vanity Fair. No Laverne Cox on TIME magazine. No trans people had ever been invited onto Question Time. Stonewall didn’t campaign for trans people. There was no Boy Meets Girl on BBC, no Rebecca Root, no trans people in EastEnders, played by trans actors like Riley Carter Millington. No Jack Monroe, no James Dawson, no Owen Jones standing up for trans rights. Yes, we’ve had some transBig Brother winners and that was wonderful, but three years ago, there were very few trans people in public life and allies were fewer still.

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In a world exclusive first magazine cover shoot, Years and Years singer Olly Alexander tells us about his amazing rise to the top of the charts, his struggles with depression – and dealing with heartache as he splits up from his boyfriend, clean bandit’s Neil Amin-Smith. Inside, our review of the year looks at the most records, films and TV programmes that have shaped your year. We interview the gay owners of the controversial Cereal Killer Café, meet four amazing trans men set to redefine trans awareness and meet a man who is fighting back against the gentrification of the gay scene. Plus fashion, film, fitness and everything you’d expect from a regular issue of Attitude.