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Picture the scene, some glamourous haunt of New York, the stage is black, the crowd is silent and suddenly the instantly familiar sounds of, ‘Nants ingonyama bagithi Baba,’ can be heard as Merrie Cherry emerges to perform her rendition of The Lion King’s Circle of Life to celebrate the launch of our second issue. The […]

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We spoke to Paloma Faith back in 2011 about her second album, Fall to Grace. Last week she released her fourth album, The Architect, so who better for a #ThrowbackThursday moment… Hey Paloma, how are ya, love? I’m good! I actually have my token gay friend with me. He’s asking if you were at the […]

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Last year two performances from Nando Messias brought us the character of The Sissy: a feminine queer character who walks through life experiencing aggression and violence. In The Sissy’s Progress, the audience were led from the theatre to the street to parade with The Sissy, culminating in an artistic re-enactment of an actual act of […]

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Bonnie McKee has written some of pop’s biggest bops for other artists and now she’s here with her latest solo release, ‘Thorns’ about how dangerous she can be as a lover. We thought it was time we hung out… Hey Bonnie, we’re in love with ‘Thorns’ which sees you singing about how dangerous you could […]

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When bands like The Saturdays and One Direction tell you they are on hiatus, we all know what that means….they’ll do the solo thing till a reunion offer comes along and they realise they need the cash. Although, after this year’s Celebrity Big Brother, it looks likes Sarah’s fucked up all opportunities of Girls Aloud getting […]

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Gina Gershon is an icon of ours for many different roles. Yes, of course, there’s Showgirls’ Crystal Connors, but there’s also Bound’s Corky, Prey For Rock & Roll’s Jacki, Ugly Betty’s Fabia, The House of Versace’s Donatella and many others. And now there’s one more role to add to the list – Angela in Inconceivable […]

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Here we are on a hungover Sunday, watching Drag Race Season Two for, yes, the third time* and falling hard for Jujubee all over again. Then we were reminded of the time we interviewed her in 2012 – so we thought we’d post it here for y’all to read because what? Reading is fundamental. Hey Jujubee, […]

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Stuart, can you tell us what made you start The AIDS Memorial? So many people have passed away and been forgotten. Maybe not by their relatives or friends, of course, but AIDS is not a subject that we want to be reminded of. Older people don’t want to relive it. It’s too painful and there […]

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Klaus Nomi, the androgynous 80s ‘alien’, asked, ‘If they saw my face, could I still take a bow? Will they know me, know me, know me now?’ The unforgettable Klaus may have been singing about himself but he could equally have been singing about another of our androgynous icons, who takes references from the 80s […]

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