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Attitude celebrates the body beautiful with the Body Issue 2019

Matthew Camp sheds his inhibitions (and everything else) on the cover of our brand new April issue.

2019-02-28

Bodies. We've all got one. And for better or worse, we all have a relationship with it (and occasionally other people's, if we're lucky).

In Attitude's Body Issue - available to download and to order globally now - we take a no-hold-barred look at the body beautiful and our attitudes towards them, as Instagram star and model Matthew Camp appears on the cover and opens up in his most candid interview yet.

To mark our annual celebration of body positivity, we invited 13 men from all walks of life to strip off an talk about the art of loving their body as they show off their incredible tattoos and body art and discuss the personal stories behind them.

Elsewhere, Strictly's Dr. Ranj Singh delves into the issues that dominate gay men's relationships with their bodies in 2019; from health and diet to drink, drugs, sleep and excerise, no stone is left unturned.

Model and trans activist Kenny Ethan Jones also opens up what it's like to be a transgender man in the gym, as he reveals the pain and axniety he had to overcome to fulfill his desire for a muscular physique.

Meanwhile, the stars of Ryan Murphy's hit TV series Pose share their stories ahead of the critically lauded show's arrival on UK screens next month, including Golden Globe winner and Oscars red carpet scene-stealer Billy Porter.

Shipwrecked star Sean Lineker also returns from uncharted waters as he poses for our fitness feature and he reveals what really between him and island lover Chris Jammer, while comedian Simon Amstell talks heartbreak, mental health and his long road to self-acceptance.

That's alongside all your usual news, reviews, travel and fashion, of course. See it all in the Attitude Body Issue, out now.

Buy now and take advantage of our best-ever subscription offers: three issues for £3 in print, 13 issues for £19.99 to download to any device.