Amplifying queer voices. https://t.co/f8nIS6jMvY ?️?
GAY TIMES: ISSUE 502 • RYAN RUSSELL NFL player Ryan Russell trod new ground when he decided to come out as bisexual at the end of August. Ryan chats to us about his coming out experience and how LGBTQ NFL players can be better supported. SUBSCRIBE NOW:
GAY TIMES: ISSUE 502 • HONEY DIJON We spoke with DJ, fashion icon and recipient of the GAY TIMES Honour for Outstanding Impact, Honey Dijon about how her career has evolved and how she uses her creative artistry to provoke change. SUBSCRIBE NOW:
Facebook under fire for allowing “misleading” adverts about PrEP to be spread on the website.
GAY TIMES: ISSUE 502 • JAMES B. WHITESIDE American Ballet Theatre dancer James B. Whiteside chats to us about how he is looking to shake up the heteronormative stories that have dominated society for far too long. SUBSCRIBE NOW:
GAY TIMES: ISSUE 502 • THE DUPONT TWINS Identical twin models Jake and Joseph Dupont are taking the fashion world by storm. They spoke to us about the importance of diversity in fashion, and what it was like to work with Lady Gaga. SUBSCRIBE NOW:
Well haven't we got the perfect exclusive premiere for you to kickstart the Pride in London weekend... @LittleMix have teamed up with the @SinkThePinkLDN queens for a sickening new music video for #BounceBack You can get your life to it by watching here:
Tyler Posey and Avan Jogia to play boyfriends in new TV series Now Apocalypse.
GAY TIMES MAGAZINE: ISSUE 495 • SOUNDS LIKE QUEER SPIRIT Pabllo Vittar speaks on the reality of living out loud as a queer person in Brazil, cracking the music industry in drag, and why you won't see her competing on Drag Race. AVAILABLE WORLDWIDE:
In an age of algorithms, fake followers and more influencer drama than you can wave an endorsed beauty wand at, Bretman Rock brings refreshing authenticity to the realms of social media. ISSUE 496 AVAILABLE WORLDWIDE:
GAY TIMES MAGAZINE: ISSUE 495 • SOUNDS LIKE QUEER SPIRIT Lauren Jauregui speaks on modern LGBTQ activism, finding herself as a solo artist, and why political ignorance is dangerous in our increasingly bigoted climate. AVAILABLE WORLDWIDE:
“I’ve always been comfortable with my identity. Even when I was in third grade I went to water play with a two-piece bikini.” AVAILABLE WORLDWIDE: