I’ll be hon­est, it had been a while since I last picked up your magazine – and, wow, am glad I did. I guess it was that haunt­ing Brad Pitt cover that drew me in, and it was an in­ter­view I couldn’t put down – to see a man open up about emo­tion and the pain he’s gone through, and to come out the other side, it was fas­ci­nat­ing and re­ally com­mend­able. As men, we of­ten avoid re­ally open­ing up – even to those clos­est to us. Af­ter read­ing that, I feel bet­ter about some of the triv­i­al­i­ties of my life and am con­cen­trat­ing on mak­ing sure I talk about things more. Else­where, I re­ally en­joyed the ‘What If’ story, I learnt a lot from it, and the piece on Spi­der-man was funny and has me ac­tu­ally think­ing about go­ing to see it. As for Elon Musk – if he’s scared of AI, then I def­i­nitely am too! Thanks, GQ, I’ll be back from now on.

I’ve al­ways been a fan of @gqaus­tralia but I must say, this month’s is­sue is a real stand-out. CHRIS FEATHER, VIA IN­STA­GRAM Great to have you in the mag, Chris. And know we are still re­cov­er­ing from the work­out you put us through! Great is­sue this...

Be­ing from Perth, I was ap­palled to see Alan Joyce as­saulted by some­one op­posed to his open, cor­po­rate sup­port of gay mar­riage. I re­ally en­joyed this in­ter­view – to read what he had to say on this is­sue and also to un­der­stand all he’s achieved with...

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