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  • 2nd April 2012

    Attitude’s eighteenth birthday issue calls for equal marriage 38

    Lance Corporal Wharton was the first member of the Household Cavalry to enter into a civil partnership

    1:05 PM — Attitude magazine is celebrating its eighteenth birthday with a call for equal marriage rights for gay couples.

  • 27th February 2012

    Elton John praises ‘Jesus-like’ Peter Tatchell’s reaction to attacks 38

    Peter Tatchell has been attacked frequently while campaigning for equal rights

    11:23 AM — In an interview for next month's Attitude magazine, Elton John says human rights campaigner Peter Tatchell has behaved "like Jesus Christ" in the face of anti-gay attacks and entrenched homophobia, "never reacting with hate".

  • 6th May 2011

    Gay footballer Anton Hysen on coming out 63

    Anton Hysen on Attitude's back cover

    11:47 AM — The world's only openly gay footballer, Anton Hysen, says others in the closet should not worry about fans' reactions. The Swedish star, 20, came out earlier this year, declaring that it was "f**ked up" that no other players had done so.

  • 9th April 2011

    Safe sex message for Attitude’s ‘naked issue’ 27

    Attitude publish a 'naked' edition every year

    10:00 PM — Attitude magazine's annual 'naked issue' is urging readers to use condoms and get tested for HIV. This month's issue, which features the boys from Blue on the cover, is packed with safe sex advice and slogans such as 'Last night a condom saved my life'.

  • 4th January 2011

    Irish civil partnerships come into law 27

    Ireland now recognises civil partnerships

    11:39 AM — Ireland's civil partnership law came into force at the weekend, although gay couples must wait until early April to hold their ceremonies. The law was welcomed by the Gay and Lesbian Equality Network as a "new dawn" for gay and lesbian couples but other groups said it was not good enough.

  • 31st October 2010

    Stephen Fry claims The Observer has portrayed him as “the Antichrist” over straight sex comments 33

    Stephen Fry said the comments were inaccurate

    8:35 PM — Actor, author and broadcaster Stephen Fry has used his Twitter account to condemn The Observer newspaper for portraying him as "the antichrist" in relation to comments he made to the gay magazine Attitude. In an interview, Fry is reported to have said he feels sorry for straight men because women only want sex in order to have a relationship.

  • 25th October 2010

    Stephen Fry feels ‘sorry for straight men’ 114

    Stephen Fry said he feels sorry for straight men

    5:00 PM — Stephen Fry says he feels sorry for straight men because women only want sex in order to have a relationship. The gay broadcaster and writer, speaking to Attitude magazine, said that women want commitment and if they wanted sex as much as men, there would be more straight cruising areas.

  • 25th August 2010

    Attitude magazine tackles mental health issues in gay men 26

    Attitude's "Issues Issue" is on sale now

    5:48 PM — The latest edition of Attitude, the UK's best-selling gay magazine, is focusing on the sensitive - and often taboo - issue of mental health problems in gay men.

  • 9th February 2010

    David Cameron makes hijab joke to gay magazine 50

    The interview with David Cameron can be read in full in the March edition of Attitude magazine

    1:26 PM — Conservative leader David Cameron had to backtrack over a joke he made in an interview with popular gay magazine Attitude. In an hour long interview with the Tory leader, tipped to become Britain’s next Prime Minister, Cameron was questioned about being inclusive of minority groups.

  • 8th January 2010

    Gay magazine wants Iris Robinson’s young lover on the cover 36

    Attitude offered Kirk McCambley the cover (Photo: BBC)

    1:07 PM — Gay magazine Attitude is offering Iris Robinson's 21-year-old toyboy a chance to appear on its cover. Kirk McCambley was 19 when he had an affair with the 60-year-old Northern Ireland MP.

  • 15th December 2009

    Gordon Brown ‘pushing for European recognition of British civil partnerships’ 28

    Brown said he was working with France and Spain on civil partnerships

    4:55 PM — Prime minister Gordon Brown has said he is pushing European countries such as Spain and France to recognise civil partnerships registered in Britain. He added he wanted to see more gay rights in eastern Europe.

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