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Tears for the ghosts of HIV victims and a city no longer there

I AM SITTING on a Central line Tube train, on a half-an-hour journey from east to west London when I find myself blubbing uncontrollably in the carriage. I’m Northern. We’re not much for big shows of public emotion unless pissed, at a close family funeral, or both. But there was something about this particular chapter of Tom Eubanks’ Ghosts of St Vincent’s that caught me offside. I couldn’t control myself. The floodgates opened.

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On the cover: All American Boy Steve Grand in his hottest shoot ever. Plus: the stars from God’s Own Country on why it’s more than just the British Brokeback Mountain, former soldier James Wharton’s chemsex battle, Corrie’s gay DILF Daniel Brocklebank, and what’s gay life like in Beirut?