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How to make it across the finishing line

Photography by Daniel Jaems

So, you’ve got your man, decided marriage is for you and popped the question. But how do you organise a wedding? Wedding gurus tore themselves away from their confetti canons to lend us their expertise on everything you need for a unique day.

We spoke to a selection of experts including Hugh Wright, from The Gay Wedding Guide (thegayweddingguide., Petra Truneckova from Gay Wedding Planner ( and Jane Riddell, from Planned For Perfection (


Hugh: Make sure you’re both 100% committed and for all the right reasons. If so, start planning in earnest – at least 12 months ahead (some venues can be booked years in advance).

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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.