Our April #wellbeing issue starring Victoria Broom is out now!

Plus Adele Roberts, Amber's Closet, My Dad Wrote A Porno and much, much more



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Doesn’t Victoria Broom look gorgeous on our cover? What a stunner! Read all about her role in ITV’s critically acclaimed drama Marcella, and find out what Fran’s up to in the next series of Different For Girls. Digital readers can also enjoy some exclusive behind-the-scenes snaps from our cover shoot at The Union Club in Soho. 

 

Also in this issue…

 

Paloma Faith chats to DIVA columnist and Voice UK star Jordan Gray about her decision to raise her children gender neutral

 

DIVA takes a peek inside Amber’s Closet

 

Adele Roberts: “I’ve always been out on air"

 

Belinda Blinked: Alice Levine from the smash hit podcast My Dad Wrote A Porno on an accidental feminist icon

 

A life of Pride: Remembering Moomins creator Tove Jansson

 

Freaky Frigay: How to lose a girlfriend in 24 hours

 

Is your bae up to scratch? Take the DIVA compatibility quiz to find out!

 

Queer children’s books: Meet the authors creating a more inclusive world for families

 

PLUS: Travel, horoscopes and much much more!

 

Struggling to find a copy? Here's where to buy DIVA.

 

And click here to buy the brand new issue of Gay Times.

 

 

Only reading DIVA online? You're missing out. For more news, reviews and commentary, check out the latest issue. It's pretty badass, if we do say so ourselves.

 

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