Those clever people over at Attitude (and they are clever and tall and sexy and have nice hair and clean underwear AT ALL TIMES) have decided to mark their 18th birthday not with a scantily-clad young slip of a thing in pants where you can see it all going on (boooo!) but with the UK’s premier gay soldier and his husband (hooray!)
It’s clever (what did we tell you!?) – you get someone with irreproachable credentials (we haven’t seen the credentials, by the way, we’re waiting for the pants where you can see it all going on) to push the idea of marriage equality. Who’s going to argue with a soldier who served in Iraq and escorted the Queen to the Royal Wedding? Not us and that’s for sure.
And when he’s not turning out what is unquestionably the best gay magazine in the known world (and quite a few parts of the unknown world) – for real: we have seen nothing to top it, if you’ll excuse the expression – editor Matthew Todd is putting his finger on it in articles like this one in The Huffington Post, where he says he thinks the Church should go down on bended knee to ask the forgiveness of gays for how they’ve treated us. And do it quick before Jesus gets back and gives you a sharp kick up the cunt, you useless shower.
Oh, and don’t worry about the lack of skimpery on the cover – it’s more than made up for withinside the pages of said magazine.
Attitude is now 18 years old. Does that mean we can pinch its bum?,