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We Have to Unite to Keep Trump — and Pence — Out of the White House

The Republican duo present a scary future for LGBT+ people with support for conversion therapy, cuts to the budget in the fight against HIV/Aids and backing for the Religious Right, says Juan Paul Brammer

GIVEN THAT I AM A MEXICANAMERICAN JOURNALIST, Donald Trump terrifies me. After he and his supporters attempted to have a judge removed from a case simply for being of Mexican descent, and after he revoked the press credentials of The Washington Post earlier this year, it became clear that Latinos and journalists would be targets in a Trump White House.

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About Attitude

This issue, our Attitude Awards winners take the spotlight. TV star and Man of the Year Wentworth Miller, trans model icon Andreja Pejic, comedian Alan Carr, breakthrough pop star MNEK, most stylish man winner Pietro Boselli, and gay rights activist Omar Sharif Jr. all feature on six collector’s edition covers. Plus, there are interviews with Attitude Award winners Spice Girl and honorary gay Geri, LGBT ally Beverley Knight, Active Award winners Team GB, actress Amanda Barrie and acclaimed Harry Potter and the Cursed Child director John Tiffany.