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Joe Stone IS On It


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FANDOM; it’s not what it used to be. Being a pop fan used to mean Blu-Tacking up a few posters, buying a couple of tour t-shirts, perhaps calling a premium number advertised in the official Geri Halliwell fanclub magazine, and listening to a prerecorded bulletin about her comingsand-goings (just me?).

In these confusing times, the goal posts have moved. Every fanbase must now be christened with a pun-centric name (shout out to the Selenators!) and every fan must refer to their fave as ‘mom’. Frankly, if you haven’t threatened to behead your idol and live-stream the violation of their corpse on Periscope then you can consider yourself an amateur. Which modern fan subculture do you fit into? Read on to find out…

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About Attitude

The new issue of Attitude features Olympic skier Gus Kenworthy on the cover, with an exclusive interview in which he discusses life since coming out. Inside we have a Valentine’s special where we look at the broad spectrum of gay relationships, plus columns and advice on dating as transgender, HIV positive, masc, femme, and everything in between. There are also interviews with British actor Douglas Booth and Australian singer songwriter Josef Salvat. Our writer Matt Cain goes home to Bolton for the city’s first Pride, and we chat to our new columnist Juno Dawson about her transition. We also have a feature on the forgotten gay language, polari.