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FORGING FRIENDSHIP

Melissa McCarthy abandons slapstick to become an unlikely and unlovable rogue in a film about fakes, forgeries and queer friendships.
Richard E Grant and Melissa McCarthy make decidedly queer chums.
Melissa McCarthy: “She’s everything you shouldn’t be, and yet I wouldn’t change her at all.”

SAY, WHAT? A film focusing on a bitter lesbian who’s a major swindler and her pal, a camp and wily gay man? There’s no romance between them. They’re not the nicest of human beings. Oh, yes, and they’re mature aged.

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Harness your desires, it’s the partywear issue! Cover guy, physique model Nico Gonzalez, wears party gear that can take you from the dance floor to the backroom and beyond! Our Straight Mate this month, TV host Grant Denyer, reveals his wild night at Stonewall, hanging with Justin Bieber, nuding-up, and Dancing With The Stars. We preview two great new gay movies. In Rupert Everett’s latest film, The Happy Prince, gone is the Oscar Wilde of LGBT folklore, instead we meet Wilde the broken hustler at the end of his life. And Melissa McCarthy abandons slapstick to play an unlikely and unlovable rogue in a film about fakes and queer friendships in Can You Ever Forgive Me? It’s Mardi Gras time in Australia and that means funny gay Rhys Nicholson is back with “less gratuitous jokes”, he says, but he’s “still throwing shit against the wall”. The amazing Briefs collective is back, too, bringing drag, boy burlesque and circus escapism to the festival! Plus, we preview the Parade and Party, while our tirelessly creative style columnist Joshua Heath shows us how to put together seven party looks with some glitter and a glue gun! Brit boy Jack Ladd has been both naughty and nice but will “gay Christmas” bring a special gift for him to unwrap? Bad news for Brazilian gays… the election of Jair Bolsonaro has emboldened homophobes and inspired a campaign of violence against the LGBT community. Our news feature tells us just how bad things could get there. Doctor Naked! Meet Armando Santos, actor, singer, model, Mr Gay France, real-estate agent and the hottie teaching health to the LGBT world. Zario Travezz is one of the US’s hottest black adult actors but this diversity champion reveals… a Klan skeleton in his family closet! Plus, there’s music from Sam Smith, Dido, Jxn, reviews of Confessions Of A Mormon Boy and Man In An Orange Shirt and the latest tell-all biography on Rock Hudson.