Here’s your teaser for all the LGBTQIA goodness in our October/November issue
BY DIVA STAFF, COVER PHOTOGRAPHY BY MASON ROSE
Yes, that’s right. The ICONIC Janelle Monáe is our October/November cover star. Over the trajectory of their captivating career, the musician, actor and “freeass motherfucker” has deeply impacted the lives of people around the world, especially those who are QTIPOC.
In this issue, the superstar talks about the trajectory of their career, breaking free of expectations and embracing joy.
“When I was coming into who I was, as a queer person, I had to do that privately and publicly” – Janelle Monáe
In this issue’s features section, you can look forward to…
Do you love love? Well, inside our pages we dive into the power and beauty of T4T (trans for trans) love as well as polyamorous love stories.
PLUS: Attachment styles, diverse families and more!
Here’s what readers can expect from our culture pages…
We have a joy-filled interview with The xx’s Romy who talks to DIVA about her debut album, queer night clubs and finding love through five-aside football.
“I’m ready to remove that barrier between my personal life and my music” – Romy
DIVAs can also look forward to reading about rockstar K.Flay who talks about all things from her relationship with her girlfriend to how losing her hearing affected her music.
“My queerness has been manifested in my reluctance to be put inside a box” – K.Flay
PLUS: Bad Girls, Homotopia Festival and more!
And, don’t miss out on the return of our travel section…
We offer DIVA’s guide to queer travel across the UK and feature an interview with WLW travel influencers Kirstie Pike and Christine Diaz AKA On Airplane Mode, who are guaranteed to give you wanderlust.
Also in this issue: Lesbian Supper Club, lots of queer sexy content, crushing on MILFs, disability visibility, Black queer history and so much more!
Our October/November issue is out now and available to order via the link below.
DIVA magazine celebrates 29 years in print in 2023. If you like what we do, then get behind LGBTQIA media and keep us going for another generation. Your support is invaluable.