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A WINTER’S TALE

In the latest raunchy read by Jack Ladd, our hero discovers that your kink is where you find it – and even better when shared.

It always intrigues me when men expect a succinct account of my kinks at the drop of a hat.

Find me on a cosy rooftop terrace or reclined on a sofa, joint in hand, opposite a pair of stunning thighs and captivating eyes then, alright, I’ll divulge my deliciously twisted fantasies. But in the context of a dull grey Grindr chat, the single-syllabic “kinks?” is as vague as “depends”.

I get it. We live in a fast world. Sometimes we don’t want detail. Sometimes all we need is assurance of mutual enjoyment and – voila! – a nameless, no-strings blow-and-go. Pragmatism replacing patience.

Wham-bam-thank-you-sir.

But even if he asks, while cooling down in the smoking area after hours of eye fucking and laser-lit body grinding, I’d most likely still be vague. I’d still say something on the lines of, “Where do I begin?”

And then he’d say, “It’s an easy question”, looking at me like it’s my first rodeo, thinking I’m shy or new or, too many times, some prude wasting his time.

But really, I don’t know where to start. Kinks aren’t black-and-white.

Some things are – top, bottom, vers, host, travel, poz, neg, prep, undetectable – but fetishes are different. Some are simple, others are complex and crazy. If you want me to define mine in a single sentence, you’re the wrong man for me.

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Bed Time! It’s about sex, it’s about sleepwear, stripping off and dressing up fun bedroom times! Welcome to a very racy edition of DNA. You want sexy? Cover model, Brandy stars in our 10-page all-bedroom-no-sleep fashion shoot. Plus, we have an 8-page fantasy photo spread by Joel Devereux – 8 models, eight different kinks to explore. Meanwhile, Hollywood hunk, Chris Salvatore strips down for the lens of Venfield 8. Our Style pages by Joshua Heath are usually where we put clothes on models. This month, we’re taking clothes off Euan Doidge, star of Priscila: The Musical – and adding snakes! Nothing says sexy like a hot, naked actor with a serpent sliding down his thigh! For raunchy reads you’ll be hard pressed to find anything hotter than Jack Ladd’s latest sex-venture with a handsome hero in long johns, or Cameron McCool’s Your Best Sex Move column. Cameron comes onboard as DNA’s sex expert this month and, in future issues, he’ll be sharing great tips to help you get more out of sex. Write to him with your questions or share your best sex moves. Still talking sex, we go where the brave should fear to tread… Berlin. Yes, it’s the sex capital of the gay world where fantasies can be fulfilled but, be careful what you wish for. Rough, Dirty, Borderline Obscene is a cautionary tale from Marc Andrews. We don’t have a totally one-tracked mind. This month there are great feature stories to get into like our interview with Sally Field’s gay son, Sam. He tells us that growing up gay can be hard, even in the most loving household. Growing up gay can be especially hard when you’re trying to pray yourself straight. In a harrowing account of his youth, Chris Csabonyi recalls the years he spent in gay conversion therapy. Now, he’s campaigning for the practice to be made illegal and politicians are taking notice. Read his story and, perhaps, join his fight. All this and more in DNA #222, where too much sexy is barely enough!