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Let’s Get Grooming! This month, DNA is all about looking good. Grooming expert Will Fennell busts some grooming myths and give us his best tips. Dr Zac gives us the lowdown on cosmetic tourism, and we catch up with Chris and Anthony from Lqd Skin Care – and their latest, sexiest photoshoot. What’s kd lang been up to? We find out! We go to the theatre to get some sex tips, and catch up with Aussie Olympic hopeful, Jason Waterhouse. Our cover model is Harvey Rogers. We find out about his life on the high seas with the Australian Navy, and growing up with his two gay dads. Plus, model Nik Ripley gives the neighbours something to look at in this revealing balcony photoshoot. Finally, in this month, DNA’s editor Andrew went to the 21st International AIDS Conference in Durban in South Africa and brought back some surprising and important stories. How close are we to ending HIV? Who is being left behind? And we meet the remarkable woman who first isolated the HIV virus.

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IN AFRICA, I MET SOME INSPIRATIONAL WOMEN IN THE FIGHT AGAINST HIV/AIDS
July 23, apparently. We don’t love hot dogs. Too many
“Once again caving in to the minority of the hairy
Tech giant Apple adds their logo to the Australian Equal
Finally, after tossing out some of the hottest singles of
I first realised I was a larger than average when my partner took the cuff off my wrist and put it around my cock
With allusions to Oscar’s Wilde’s Dorian Gray, this new novel
WHEN IT COMES to sex, gay men know everything, right?
She’ll sort that shit out for you!
AT 25, JASON WATERHOUSE HAS ALREADY SEEN THE WORLD AND BECOME AN OLYMPIC-QUALIFYING SAILOR. HE TELLS MATTHEW MYERS ABOUT FINDING INSPIRATION IN IAN THORPE, WEARING A HARNESS, AND THAT TIME HE WENT TO A GAY BAR IN DENMARK!
As a teenage gymnast, Justin Dulihanty showed great potential, but the pressure to perform at an elite level when so young was crushing. Scarred from his experiences, he under-performed at school and sunk into depression. But his journey out of that dark place and into recovery has given him valuable insights and a wealth of experience that he now applies to his clients as a Personal Trainer
For, although there are plenty of invitations to meals, the
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SHE’S BACK, AND SHE’S BROUGHT SOME MATES. MARC ANDREWS CELEBRATES THE LONG-AWAITED RETURN OF K.D. LANG!
FROM THE GERMAN PORT CITY OF HAMBURG COMES DIGITALISM THE ELECTRONIC MUSIC DUO OF JENS MOELLE AND ISMAIL TÜFEKÇI. JENS SPOKE TO MARC ANDREWS ABOUT THEIR GENRE-REDEFINING ALBUM, MIRAGE
WHEN DOUGLAS LEITCH DECIDED TO ORGANISE MELBOURNE’S MOST WUTHERING HEIGHTS DAY EVER, A CELEBRATION OF SINGER KATE BUSH AND HER CLASSIC DEBUT SINGLE, HE DIDN’T EXPECT 2,000 FANS WOULD JOIN HIM – ALL DRESSED AS KATE! MATT MYERS REPORTS FROM THE WILEY, WINDY MOORS (MELBOURNE’S BOTANICAL GARDENS, ACTUALLY)
Photography
THIS MONTH’S COVER MODEL, FORMER ABLE SEAMAN HARVEY ROGERS, TELLS DNA ABOUT HIS LIFE ON THE HIGH SEAS WITH THE AUSTRALIAN NAVY, AND GROWING UP WITH HIS TWO GAY DADS
Fashion
GIVE THE NEIGHBOURS SOMETHING TO TALK ABOUT WITH THESE EYE-POPPING SWIMWEAR BRIEFS!
Grooming Features
COMING OUT IS A MOMENT OF HIGH EMOTIONS, EXCITEMENT AND PRIDE - IT’S A PUBLIC DECLARATION THAT PUTS US IN THE SPOTLIGHT. BUT WHAT HAPPENS WHEN THE YOUTHFUL LUSTRE FADES?
Shaving cuts off the hair with a blunt edge at
WHAT’S THE BEST VALUE AND SAFEST WAY TO ACHIEVE THAT BIG WHITETOOTHED HOLLYWOOD SMILE?
There are four simple and inexpensive foodstuffs you’ll find in
Dear Will, I just met the most perfect man who
FROM THE SPOTLIGHT OF ADELAIDE’S DRAG CLUBS TO CENTRE STAGE AS A PROFESSIONAL MAKE-UP ARTIST, RAJJA RICHANI NEVER GOES A DAY WITHOUT BEAUTY OR ART!
A FIVE-STAR RESORT HOLIDAY WITH A NIP-AND-TUCK, DENTAL WORK OR FACELIFT AS PART OF THE PACKAGE IS BECOMING INCREASINGLY POPULAR WITH WESTERNERS VISITING SOUTHEAST ASIA. IT MAY BE CHEAPER THAN HAVING THE SAME WORK DONE AT HOME BUT, WARNS DR ZAC TURNER, DO YOUR RESEARCH
Chris Glebatsas and Anthony McDonough are partners in life and business, and they know what hard work can do. The discipline of their time spent in the gym is evident in their physiques. In business, their men’s skin care range, Lqd is also flexing some muscle thanks to the boys’ industriousness
THOUSANDS OF activists took to the streets of Durban during
Also…
ACTRESS/ACTIVIST CHARLIZE THERON STUNNED THE AUDIENCE AT THE OPENING OF THE AIDS 2016 INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE IN DURBAN WITH A DIRECT ATTACK ON HOMOPHOBIA, SEXISM AND RACISM
FIFTEEN-HUNDRED grandmothers, or gogos in Zulu, rallied outside Durban’s International
THE NEXT GENERATION NEEDS TO STEP UP TO THE CHALLENGE OF HIV/AIDS, AND FIGHT COMPLACENCY
IN 1983, FRANCOISE BARRE-SINOUSSI BECAME THE FIRST SCIENTIST TO IDENTIFY THE HIV VIRUS, AND IT CAME AT GREAT PERSONAL COST. THEN, WHEN SHE WAS AWARDED THE NOBEL PRIZE FOR MEDICINE IN 2008, VOICES FROM THE PAST DELIVERED A UNIQUE GIFT. INTERVIEW BY ANDREW CREAGH