In an exclusive 10-page shoot and interview in our brand new March Issue – available to download and in shops now – newly-out Olympic freeskier Gus Kenworthy reveals how heartbreak helped inspire him to finally go public about his sexuality, recalls the homophobic he used to be confronted with from his friends and fellow competitors, and admits he thinks Russia’s anti-gay laws made it “unfit” to host the Sochi Winter Olympics back in 2014.
Plus, we’ve got the 25-year-old’s first ever gay press shoot for your enjoyment. For a little taster of exactly what that means, we’ve rounded up some of Gus’s most drool-inducing moments for your enjoyment.
Have a gander below, and be sure to pick up a copy of Attitude’s March Issue (in shops, as a digital download from pocketmags.com/attitude or to order wordwide from newsstand.co.uk) to find out what happened when we got our hands on him…
Oh go on then, one more (from the pages of Attitude, no less). Check out the rest of Gus’s first ever shoot with an LGBT publication alongside a 10-page exclusive interview in our current issue.
Meanwhile, if you fancy seeing more of the fun we had on set witht he Essex-born Olympian, check out our exclusive behind-the-scenes video here.
Also in Attitude’s March Issue, alongside all your usual fashion, fitness, travel and real life stories:
- We explore gay sex, love and relationships in our Valentine’s Love & Dating special, as we delve into the world of apps, hook-ups, and how to make a relationship last.
- Attitude meets hot young thing and rising star Douglas Booth, who talks equality, his breakthrough gay roles and new film Pride & Prejudice & Zombies.
- Aussie singe-songwriter Josef Salvat discusses sexuality, experiemtation and why as a straight man he’s not afraid to kiss men in his music videos.
- This Book Is Gay author Juno Dawson speaks to Attitude as she begins to undergo her transition, ahead of a new monthly column exploring the best of LGBT culture.
- Sheila Reid has a right ole’ knees-up playing How Gay Are You? as Benidorm returns to UK screens.