Please note that some sale stock will be our last remaining copies and might have some light shelf wear.
Kash Cooper leaps off the cover in a brilliant blue Pump jockstrap, and inside there are three stunning fashion spreads. Rufskin take their favourite model, Logan, to the desert to shoot their wild Tulli Fruit stretch tulle range. Then there’s Roberto Chiovitti’s scorching series with Michele Vitacca on a rooftop in Rome, featuring ThePack, TOF Paris and Rufskin. And, finally, Unwrapped reveals Michael in some chunky knits, faux furs and not much else in an intimate shoot by Ethan James.
We get serious with a feature on The Mattachines who, decades before Stonewall, were working quietly and lawfully to overturn discrimination in employment, and working to achieve civil rights for LGBTQIA+ people. We go back to the 1940s and ’50s to rediscover these pioneers.
We look at Pride this year around the world and ask, “Why are LGBTQIA+ people increasingly feeling unsafe at Pride events?” we look to the deadly events in Norway and the thwarted attempt by right-wing extremists to cause a riot (or worse) at Pride In The Park, Idaho.
We interview Dr Norman Swan who says gays are super-healthy and lots of sex is good for keeping you young. “In the gay community, sex is an important part of social engagement,” he says. “It also denotes fitness – if you want to be good at sex, you’ve gotta be fit.” Great news!
We speak with dreamy UK singer Callum Scott about his up-coming tour to Australia. “I’m looking forward to creating more memories with people Down Under… In my speedos, yes!”, and Sage Suede who “slipped out of his shorts” at a party recently and wrote a song about it!
Our Straight Mate is actor Sean Johnston, getting his quiff up for Hairspray and revealing his man crush on Zac Efron. “He’s a fantastic actor… one of the most good-looking men on the planet and so shredded! He lives in Byron Bay now so I might have to send him a ticket to Hairspray!”
We chat with award-winning author and “proud gay bogan” Holden Sheppard who says, “There’s an emerging cultural trend of the gay male as pure, sweet, happy and safe… I’m pushing back against this in my books.”
Delivery & Returns
Delivery & Returns
We send orders under 2kg via a tracked delivery service with Royal Mail. Shipping to UK mainland addresses is free when you spend £30.00. For orders under £30.00, tracked delivery to UK mainland is £4.00.
Shipping to Europe starts from £8.00, to the USA, Australia and all other worldwide territories shipping starts from £12.00, depending the size and weight of the package.
Orders over 2kg are sent by courier.
Where possible our packaging is made from 100% recycled plastic or paper. In some cases our packaging is not only recyclable it is reusable.
Overseas shipments may be subject to import duties and tax. Additional charges must be at the customer’s expense. PRINT CULTURE has no control over these charges and accepts no responsibility for any additional overseas costs.
Brexit and European Shipping
The UK has now left the EU. The implication is that European customers may be charged import duty. This amount will vary depending on the value and the nature of the goods. The recipient of the goods is responsible for the payment of these charges.
Important: If you refuse the parcel to avoid paying import Duty and the parcel gets returned to us, we will refund you the cost of the item (if it’s returned in sellable condition) only, not the cost of shipping. Returned parcels will not be resent.
Returns & Refunds
If for any reason you are not happy with your purchase, it has been lost or damaged in the post, or you made a mistake when placing your order please contact us at email@example.com as soon as possible.
We aim to resolve and/or provide a refund by the original method of payment within 10 working days. Once processed, debit card/credit card refunds can take up to 5 working days to appear in your account.
If required, we'll provide details of where and what information is required to return your order to us.
You will be responsible for paying for your own shipping costs for returning your item. Shipping costs are non-refundable.
To be eligible for a return, your item must be unused and in the same condition that you received it. It must also be in the original packaging.
All we ask is that you do this within 30 days of receiving your order.