The one and only k.d. lang is our Pride cover star 🌈

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Also in this issue: Vita & Virginia, Bad Girls and Booksmart We’re unashamedly fangirling over this month’s cover star, the legendary k.d lang. In a revealing interview with DIVA’s Roxy Bourdillon, the singer songwriter takes readers on a trip down memory lane, from coming out to that Vanity Fair cover. Don’t miss it.  Also in [….]

k.d. lang: “Coming out wasn’t a choice. It was a necessity”

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The legendary singer talks to DIVA’s Roxy Bourdillon about coming out, career longevity and that Vanity Fair cover WORDS: ROXY BOURDILLON, PHOTO BY RACHAEL WRIGHT k.d. lang’s head is nestled against Cindy Crawford’s cleavage. The top button of her shirt is undone and her smile is, understandably, blissful. It’s 26 years since the August 1993 [….]

Gemma Arterton and Elizabeth Debicki open up about their onscreen romance in Vita & Virginia

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DIVA chats to the stars of the sumptuous new period drama WORDS: ROXY BOURDILLON, PHOTO: THUNDERBIRD RELEASING It’s pretty clear to me that Vita Sackville-West was a player. “In love with being in love” is how Gemma Arterton more generously describes the woman she embodies in sapphic biopic Vita & Virginia. She tells me the [….]

Lauren Morelli is chic AF on the cover of DIVA’s style issue

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Also inside: Ellen Page, Lucy Spraggan, Heather Peace Looking outrageously chic on the cover of our style issue is showrunner, writer and all round mega­-babe Lauren Morelli. In an exclusive interview with DIVA’s Roxy Bourdillon, she spills the tea on her super queer new Netflix show, Tales Of The City. And keep the Kleenex on [….]

Lauren Morelli: “There’s this assumption if you come out later in life, you were either hiding it or lying about it, but I truly had no idea”

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The Tales Of The City showrunner opens up about coming out in her 30s and falling in love with Samira Wiley WORDS: ROXY BOURDILLON, PHOTO: KHAREN HILL Lauren Morelli tells stories we don’t usually hear. She got her big break writing scripts that centred marginalised female characters on Orange Is The New Black. Every time [….]

Ellen Page: “I feel profoundly grateful that I am able to be out”

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The actor and activist talks to Roxy Bourdillon about sex scenes and standing in her truth PHOTO: DAVID SORCHER/LIONSGATE It’s Valentine’s Day 2014 and Ellen Page is onstage at the Human Rights Campaign conference in Las Vegas. She’s wearing black skinny jeans and a t-shirt with “All love” printed on it. She looks a little [….]

SOAK: “The world’s trash, but there are so many beautiful people because of it”

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Carrie Lyell catches up with the singer-songwriter ahead of the release of her heavy-hearted second album, Grim Town WORDS BY CARRIE LYELL, PHOTO BY ELLIUS GRACE The last time I spoke to SOAK was in 2015, shortly before the release of her debut album, Before We Forgot How To Dream. Bridie Monds-Watson was at the [….]