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Editor in Chief’s Letter

It’s not until they are older that kids begin to compare their physicality with that of other people. Puberty is a challenge emotionally, mentally and physically, not least because our outward appearance is what people notice first. By the time they hit their teens, this self-conscious awareness of image extends to how they dress, what phone they have and even the friends they socialise with. When you factor in a burgeoning sexuality and the gay feelings that begin to stir inside, it’s no wonder that many young gay men go on to have a complicated relationship with their body. The desire we feel towards men’s bodies goes against what society tells us is appropriate.

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