A controversial book which looks at the wellbeing of gay people, a disproportionate number of whom suffer from mental health problems. Calls for society to protect and nurture young people, regardless of their sexual orientation. From the editor of "Attitude" magazine.
Matthew Todd is the editor of the UK's bestselling gay magazine, Attitude. In 2011 he was named Men's Magazine Editor of the Year by the British Society of Magazine Editors and Stonewall Journalist of the Year. He has written for national newspapers, including the Guardian, Observer, Telegraph and Sun. He appears regularly on tv and radio and is a regular seaker at conferences and events, including the Terrence Higgins Trust HIV Prevention CHAPS conference. He lives in London.