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DNA Magazine  |  DNA #216 | The Next Big Things  


What will we be watching, dancing to, wearing, eating and slipping our fingers into in 2018? Our trend spotters preview all that’s new and exciting for the coming year.

Speaking of big things… meet Luke Pearce, our cover model. The New York-based model/personal trainer loves sport, the outdoors and helping others achieve their best in the gym. We have 8 stunning pages of Luke in this issue by photographer Rick Stockwell.

What’s it like being a webcam performer with thousands of fans around the world who regularly log-in to watch you, er, log off? We meet one of the web’s most popular “sexhibitionists” who claims he’s really very shy. You be the judge.

Some people might say Star Trek has always had a queer-ish bent but now it has a gay male couple as leading characters. We find out what changed in the Trek universe after all these years that has allowed some long-overdue LGBTI content.

Hector De Silva – you may know that name from several of the world’s leading adult websites, but away from the bump and grind of his “day job”, Hector is a humble Spanish farmer and fire-fighter. We visit him on his family farm and find out how his family and neighbours feel about living with an internationally famous gay porn star.

Coming out – if you’re a celebrity there’s a right way and a wrong way to come out. Kevin Spacey did it wrong, but there are plenty of better examples. We look at some of them and face some awkward questions head on.

Plus, win a gay honeymoon in Vienna, Austria. Find out what Courtney Act thinks of some of her Drag Race co-stars, check out Gay Chef, Jordan Bruno’s avocado smash, meet International Mr Leather’s first Muslim contestant and more!
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.

DNA was launched in Australia in 2000 and is now available worldwide in bookstores throughout Canada, US, UK and Europe as well as in Digital and Online Editions format.
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   Good Australian magazine Reviewed September 13, 2017 SUBSCRIBER
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   Fantastic Magazine Reviewed December 17, 2012 SUBSCRIBER
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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AWESOMEEEE!!!! Hot Guys and great articles. Can I ask for more? Mmmmm... Yeah, can I get delivered to my house all the cover models? LOL
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Articles in this issue

Below is a selection of articles in DNA Magazine DNA #216 | The Next Big Things.

Dark Voices …AND WHY WE NEED TO FLEX OUR CRITICAL THINKING MUSCLES. FROM THE EDITOR ANDREW CREAGH READ THE DNA LATEST NEWS The recent online publication of DNA’s interview with Milo Yiannopoulos prom...
burnttoast@dnamagazine.com.au INSIDE THE MINDS OF DNA READERS! EMAILS, LETTERS, TWEETS, FACEBOOK POSTS, CARRIER PIGEON DISPATCHES AND RAMBLINGS READ OUR MILO INTERVIEW HERE! DNA’s editorial policy towards “alt-rig...
MONTH IN A MINUTE This debate has been the soundtrack to our relationship. We both know this issue isn’t the reason we got involved in politics – give us tax reform any day. But in my first speech I defined our bond by...
THE DEPLORABLES! Compiled by Torsten Hojer. Make A merica Hate Again! “When I say they who are ‘they?’ They’re liberals. They don’t hold conservative values. They are the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender...
THE STUFF WE’RE LOVING TIMOTHÉE CHALAMET AND ARMIE HAMMER. READ MORE ABOUT THIS FILM FILM CALL ME BY YOUR NAME Could a gay-themed film win Best Picture Academy Award two years running? It should. Call Me By...
MUSIC REVIEWS BY MARC ANDREWS BIELFIELD – MANHATTAN US expat Kyle Bielfield is an opera singer by trade and a pop star by design. Finally, his debut album arrives and, strangely, it’s almost exclusive...
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DNA Magazine   |   DNA #216 | The Next Big Things   


What will we be watching, dancing to, wearing, eating and slipping our fingers into in 2018? Our trend spotters preview all that’s new and exciting for the coming year.

Speaking of big things… meet Luke Pearce, our cover model. The New York-based model/personal trainer loves sport, the outdoors and helping others achieve their best in the gym. We have 8 stunning pages of Luke in this issue by photographer Rick Stockwell.

What’s it like being a webcam performer with thousands of fans around the world who regularly log-in to watch you, er, log off? We meet one of the web’s most popular “sexhibitionists” who claims he’s really very shy. You be the judge.

Some people might say Star Trek has always had a queer-ish bent but now it has a gay male couple as leading characters. We find out what changed in the Trek universe after all these years that has allowed some long-overdue LGBTI content.

Hector De Silva – you may know that name from several of the world’s leading adult websites, but away from the bump and grind of his “day job”, Hector is a humble Spanish farmer and fire-fighter. We visit him on his family farm and find out how his family and neighbours feel about living with an internationally famous gay porn star.

Coming out – if you’re a celebrity there’s a right way and a wrong way to come out. Kevin Spacey did it wrong, but there are plenty of better examples. We look at some of them and face some awkward questions head on.

Plus, win a gay honeymoon in Vienna, Austria. Find out what Courtney Act thinks of some of her Drag Race co-stars, check out Gay Chef, Jordan Bruno’s avocado smash, meet International Mr Leather’s first Muslim contestant and more!
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You'll receive 12 issues during a 1 year DNA Magazine magazine print subscription.
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