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Letter from the Editor

Welcome to an extraordinary and historic issue of Attitude. I am exceptionally honoured to welcome His Royal Highness the Duke of Cambridge on to the cover and directly into LGBT+ history. The importance of a member of the Royal Family posing for the cover of a gay magazine for the first time cannot be overstated. We are grateful he chose Attitude and that he has spoken out against the bullying of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people because, as we first wrote in 2010, the homo and transphobia many of us face can lead to higher levels of mental health problems.

One of my heroes, Oprah Winfrey, said on the final episode of her show, that of all the thousands of guests she had welcomed over 25 years, there was one thing they all shared. They all wanted to know: “Do you see me? Do you hear me? Does what I say mean something to you?” Until very recently, being LGBT+ in the UK meant not being seen, heard or acknowledged.

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This month, HRH Duke of Cambridge Prince William meets Attitude magazine. In an historic world exclusive, the future King of England poses for the cover of a gay magazine and meets people from the LGBT+ community to discuss the issue of bullying and mental health. Also in this issue: 30 British LGBT people, places and things to be happy about in 2016; soul queen Beverley Knight; and the super-talented Bright Light Bright Light.