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Sweetie, Darling?

Oh… my… GAWD! It’s the one with Janice from Friends! She took on Chandler Bing, she took on Ross Geller (“two out of three… Joey!”), but now actress Maggie Wheeler takes on her toughest challenge yet – our sweetie jar of random questions. *Janice laugh*
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Why do you think we have dreams? I think we have dreams because we take in so much information during the day that it has to be processed in our unconscious. There’s just not enough time during the day to do it!

Who inspires you? I’m inspired by people doing good works and good things in the world, and I’m inspired by people who bring music to the world.

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Our brand new cover star is the next great LGBT+ role model and one of the most important queer musicians of our time – it’s Mykki Blanco. In our exclusive interview, Mykki pulls no punches as he takes on the music industry’s glass ceiling for gay artists, talks candidly about his HIV diagnosis and explains why he doesn’t want to be the “watchdog” of the gay media. Also in your brand new GT, Olympic gold medallist Callum Skinner opens up for the very first time about his gay family life in an exclusive interview, while we also shine a light on how the government is helping victims of LGBT+ hate crimes. Plus, we have exclusive interviews with Ricky Martin, Broadway star Ramin Karimloo and Maggie Wheeler – aka Janice from Friends. Oh… My… GAWD!