Taylor Schilling is this month's cover star!

The film and TV star on sexuality, sisterhood, and the success of Orange Is The New Black


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We’re thrilled to have the star of everyone’s favourite prison dramedy on the cover of this month’s DIVA magazine.

 

 

In a brilliant interview written editor Carrie Lyell, Taylor Schilling opens up about sexuality, sisterhood and why Orange Is The New Black still has audiences hooked five seasons in.

 

Also in this issue…

 

Mae Martin goes on a long overdue Tinder date with deputy ed Roxy Bourdillon

 

Ani DiFranco on why patriarchy is the elephant in the room

 

Zoe Lyons: “I met my wife on Lesvos”

 

Jane Hill shares her love letter to Canada

 

Queer travel bloggers tell us their top tips for a great gaycation

 

Long distance relationships: the good, the bad and the Megabus

 

Why we fight: How boxing is changing women’s lives

 

Plus eco-friendly travel, female craft brewsters and more!

 

Struggling to find a copy? Where to buy DIVA

 

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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