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I came out four or five years ago. DIVA came out a year before I was born. I can’t actually remember how I discovered it, probably through one of the many gay folk I followed on Instagram. But since I got my subscription, it’s been one of the most important things in my journey to accepting myself. Before I realised I was a lesbian, I felt scared and alone and lost, and when I finally accepted myself, those feelings didn’t just suddenly disappear. But DIVA helped ease them. I found a community in its pages while I found my own in real life. I’m now comfortable in my own skin, happy and healthy, and my love for DIVA has evolved from discovering myself and my LGBTQI+ family, to a celebration of us, in every shape and form we come in as queer womxn. I will be forever grateful to you for giving us a voice, a safe space and standing by ALL of us (#LwiththeT).

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Looking outrageously chic on the cover of our style issue is showrunner, writer and all round mega-babe Lauren Morelli. In an exclusive interview with DIVA’s Roxy Bourdillon, she spills the tea on her super queer new Netflix show, Tales Of The City. And keep the Kleenex on standby, as Lauren also shares her remarkable personal journey, revealing how she discovered her sexuality on the set of Orange Is The New Black, and what it’s really like being Mrs Samira Wiley. Also in this issue… Ellen Page talks sex scenes and standing in her truth Lucy Spraggan: “There are many insecurities in the LGBTQI community” A little lez conversation: On the set of Heather Peace’s brand new chat show How to dress like your fave celesbian Queer Eye: What’s it like to be a stylist on the Netflix hit? Forbidden love: We meet the lesbians in Brunei PLUS Travel, fashion and much, much more!