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DNA Magazine  |  DNA #225 | Travel Issue  


This month we have a suitcase full of great travel suggestions for LGBTIQ wanderers.

We name the 10 Best Countries for gay travel based on their civil and human rights records and willingness to market directly to the LGBT world. And we shame the 10 Worst Countries. Shockingly, some of these are probably among your favourites and you may want to reconsider your travel plans after reading this story.

Raunchy writer, Jack Ladd joins us again with a tantalising tale about his holiday sex-ploits. Yes, holiday sex is the best!

We also have three very important news features. Firstly, it’s the 20th anniversary of the murder of Matthew Shepard. The brutal killing of the Wyoming student shocked the world and eventually saw the Obama administration pass hate laws. We speak to his mother, Judy, about Matthew, her work as an LGBTIQ advocate and activist, and what her son’s legacy means.

Saving LGBTIQ kids from mental health issues, self-harm or worse is the main objective of Dan Reynolds, lead singer of Imagine Dragons. His LoveLoud concert just raised over one-million dollars for youth support organisations. We talk to this incredible straight alley about why he has championed our cause and what’s at stake for him.

The trauma that gay people experience as children or in their teens can be the trigger for later-life issues like addictions. In the first of a six-part series, we ask experts to describe what trauma means and discover that sometimes we don’t even realise we’ve been affected by it. This is an essential read for everyone.

We have some great interviews this month: actor Harry Cook gets fired up about casting gays in gay roles, Ronan “DILF” Keating recalls his Boyzone days, dreamy hippie Matt Price reveals he once wore a man-kini, and super-hot New York model, Matt James explains how he’s a different kind of “all-American boy” – and there’s eight sizzling pages of him to enjoy.
Every month, you'll find great feature stories, celebrity profiles, pop culture reviews and sensational photography of some of the world's sexiest male models in our fashion stories.

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I love this magazine. Among the periodicals I receive regularly are Out, Advocate and DNA magazines; and while they each address a different interest, it is DNA that I really anticipate each month. The photos are outstanding, the stories entertaining, and the all around production quality is exceptional. It may not have the hard thinking, deep journalistic values of The Advocate, but for complete utter enjoyment DNA is the tops!
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Articles in this issue

Below is a selection of articles in DNA Magazine DNA #225 | Travel Issue.

YOUR 10 BEST AND WORST OPTIONS! Vienna, New York, Japan, Thailand… 2019 is shaping up as a year with some seriously exceptional LGBT travel options. FROM THE EDITOR, ANDREW CREAGH This month I feel like one of those joke road...
BURNTTOAST HAVE YOUR SAY. LEAVE COMMENTS ON OUR SITE, SOCIAL MEDIA OR EMAIL BURNTTOAST@DNAMAGAZINE.COM.AU THE COVER OF DNA #224 Please, please, PLEASE don’t shave off the DNA models’ pubes! The pubes make...
MONTH IN A MINUTE COMPILED BY TORSTEN HØJER “The path to LGBTQ representation on the small screen has been long… Just as many viewers watched Scott and Charlene back in the day and dreamed, “one day that might b...
NUTS! THE HATERS ARE STILL HATING! COMPILED BY TORSTEN HØJER “I don’t want the values of others being imposed on my children… how about we just have state schools that focus on things like learni...
THE STUFF WE’RE Loving… MATT CORBY'S NEW MUSIC We love Matt (top) and reckon he’s the most under-recognised Australian music genius ever! His new music All Fired Up and No Ordinary Life (with a rainbow on the ...
MUSIC REVIEWS BY MARC ANDREWS “2018’s most exciting record so far! CHRISTINE AND THE QUEENS – CHRIS To be clear here, Christine is also Chris and known to her mum by her French name, Hélo...
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DNA Magazine   |   DNA #225 | Travel Issue   


This month we have a suitcase full of great travel suggestions for LGBTIQ wanderers.

We name the 10 Best Countries for gay travel based on their civil and human rights records and willingness to market directly to the LGBT world. And we shame the 10 Worst Countries. Shockingly, some of these are probably among your favourites and you may want to reconsider your travel plans after reading this story.

Raunchy writer, Jack Ladd joins us again with a tantalising tale about his holiday sex-ploits. Yes, holiday sex is the best!

We also have three very important news features. Firstly, it’s the 20th anniversary of the murder of Matthew Shepard. The brutal killing of the Wyoming student shocked the world and eventually saw the Obama administration pass hate laws. We speak to his mother, Judy, about Matthew, her work as an LGBTIQ advocate and activist, and what her son’s legacy means.

Saving LGBTIQ kids from mental health issues, self-harm or worse is the main objective of Dan Reynolds, lead singer of Imagine Dragons. His LoveLoud concert just raised over one-million dollars for youth support organisations. We talk to this incredible straight alley about why he has championed our cause and what’s at stake for him.

The trauma that gay people experience as children or in their teens can be the trigger for later-life issues like addictions. In the first of a six-part series, we ask experts to describe what trauma means and discover that sometimes we don’t even realise we’ve been affected by it. This is an essential read for everyone.

We have some great interviews this month: actor Harry Cook gets fired up about casting gays in gay roles, Ronan “DILF” Keating recalls his Boyzone days, dreamy hippie Matt Price reveals he once wore a man-kini, and super-hot New York model, Matt James explains how he’s a different kind of “all-American boy” – and there’s eight sizzling pages of him to enjoy.
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