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PAUL FLYNN

Instagram’s Aids memorial is a towering example of social media at its best

IN PUBLIC SPEAKING , Martin Scorsese’s brilliant 2010 documentary about New York wit and intellect Fran Lebowitz, his subject makes a clever observation. At one point she is talking about how Aids wreaked havoc on her beloved city. It wasn’t, Fran says, just the deaths of the artists, famous fashion designers, dancers at the New York City Ballet or other celebrated public figures that shook the Five Boroughs to their core.

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On the cover, pop superstar Robbie Williams talks exclusively to John Grant about drink, drugs, sex, fame… and finding happiness. Elsewhere in this issue, Spice Girl Melanie C on her new album, gay rapper Cakes Da Killa, artist and activist Scottee, and the real lives of TV’s most famous gay ‘housewives’ as we meet the Gogglebox Gays. Plus, Outliving a Death Sentence: meet the men who have been living with HIV since the bleak days of the 80s and 90s.
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