She was really excited by that, and even though she had only had two hours of sleep between her performance and an all day shoot, and even though she was probably really hung over, she was wired enough from just the fashion. In Filipino society, the issue is more intolerance. Gay relationships need to go mainstream a little more, and so a lot of our content will still explore the normalcy of this in order to make our readers more comfortable. Is the cover now more dependent on, as with most other magazines, a buzzy personality, or someone relevant to the LGBTQ cause? Copies of Team Magazine's first issue during the launch party in May What happened in Orlando will definitely not deter us from holding such events.
But to help, I'm not above taking poorly displayed copies of our magazine and putting them right beside Out Magazine.
Gay in the Philippines
Okay, fine, three words. Paolo Lorenzana founded the publication in the hopes of bringing together a fragmented community. How did that come about? Asia looks to be the next frontier for LGBT rights. Gay relationships need to go mainstream a little more, and so a lot of our content will still explore the normalcy of this in order to make our readers more comfortable. Below are edited excerpts from the interview. I never claim to be a magazine for every type of gay guy.
Are you guys open to featuring lesbians now, or is that still something out of your scope? I never claim to be a magazine for every type of gay guy. Last month, Team unleashed Gay Bar, an event that simulated those ancient gathering places where people let their fag flags fly high. Okay, fine, three words. We've been holding a lot of events, whether it be a panel where we're talking about the magazine, or nude drawing sessions.