Gay Times Magazine
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Buy A Gay Times magazine subscription to keep up to date with the latest news from Europe’s leading gay lifestyle magazine. <br /> <br /> Founded in 1984, Gay Times magazine is one of the longest established gay magazines in the world. <br /> <br /> Gay times magazine celebrates gay men's lifestyle and the latest current affairs from around the globe. <br /> <br /> Gay times magazine is packed with the latest fashion trends, hottest styles on the street, exclusive interviews, literature, comment, contemporary music and arts. <br /> <br /> Gay times magazine also features lifestyle advertisements and a large directory section, including ads for escort services, counselling services and phone lines. <br /> <br /> Redesigned last year, Gay Times magazine has a fresh, bold look and renewed sense of excitement. <br /> <br /> With a Gay Times magazine subscription, you will save up to 20% and also get the world's most definitive gay magazine delivered to your door each month.<br /> <br /> GAY TIMES – CHRISTOPHER AND HIS KIND <br /> <br /> Nearly eighty years since he left Germany’s capital, Christopher Isherwood’s Berlin life has been immortalised in a BBC movie. <br /> We go behind the scenes on Christopher and His Kind to talk exclusively with leading men Matt Smith and Douglas Booth about the most important gay film you’ll see all year. <br /> Douglas Booth on playing gay again so soon after the success of Worried About the Boy: <br /> I had to pause for thought when I was offered the role, I had to think whether I wanted another gay character straight away. I believe that, well, what makes a character? Sexuality is such a tiny part of it. Boy George and Heinz, out of all the characters I’ve played, are probably the furthest apart. They’re totally different people. <br /> Matt Smith on homosexuality in modern times, as opposed to the setting of the film: <br /> It’s so present isn’t it? So many of my friends are gay and the gay community is so imbedded, particularly in London, in the consciousness. I can’t really imagine a city that doesn’t have a sort of gay district as it were because it feels just part of life. I love the gays, man. In our society it doesn’t feel that extreme really. It feels very natural to me, very normal. It’s one of those things. People are gay.<br /> And on his co-star:<br /> I’ve kissed lots of boys! Doug Booth… The beautiful Doug Booth! I can’t stop looking at him. Literally. It’s like “are you ALLOWED to be that handsome”? It’s insane!<br /> The new issue of GT Magazine is on sale 8 September from all good newsagents, supermarkets and bookstores and also features Tom Ellis, Neil Bartlet
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