• Dylan Jones: ‘I was beaten and locked under the stairs by my father'

    8 days ago - By The Guardian

    The GQ magazine editor, 58, on where MeToo leaves men, embracing getting older and why he'd recommend the Hoffman Process Thirty years ago, GQ launched as a yuppie bible, a magazine that celebrated a very particular type of financial success and ambition, but we are a world away from 1988, when louche behaviour was the norm. We survived the long tail of the 90s “new lad” culture, arriving in a place where women are more prominent and powerful. I have a vague memory of being taken to see A Hard Day's Night in the West End by my mother. A matinée I think. Whenever I'm asked about my...
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