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DNA: R12 is specifically for LGBT clients; what does the facility offer LGBT clients that they wouldn’t get elsewhere?

Stu Fenton: The most important thing is that the therapists at R12 are people in recovery who identify as LGBT. Their experiences of being addicts and their own personal journeys to sobriety make them completely compassionate and empathic to our clients on their own journeys.

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He’s big, he’s bi and he’s beautiful. Meet Moscovit Konstantin Kamynin, our latest cover man. Find out why he changed his name, what he thinks of LGBT life in Moscow, and why Verdi, Mozart and Puccini drive him crazy! Oh, and see sexy semi-naked pictures of him by Serge Lee! Want more men? We have a “sweet” 6-page shoot of power blond Arthur by Stas Vokman, and another 8 pages of super-studly Zac by Joseph Vumbaco. Also in this issue, we meet NASA’s sexy space daddy, scientist Troy Lee Hudson. Not only is he helping us explore Mars, he’s waving the flag for the leather and fetish community – and being hot while he’s about it. Our Straight Mate this month is spunky Aussie comedian Tim Ferguson. His MS is certainly not slowing him down as he embarks on his A Fast Life On Wheels tour. Porn star pocket rocket Armond Rizzo has stacks to say about sex-on-screen and the Trump administration – either way, he’s fudged! While you’re down there, sex columnist Cameron McCool answers some intimate bedroom questions from our readers. Pack your bags – we head to Sri Lanka for Pride and discover the country’s burgeoning LGBT scene, and we name 15 Freaky Things To Do In London. Yes, we jumped off the red bus and went in search of the kooky and the crazy. Feel like getting away from it all – including your addictions? A Day In The Life looks inside R12, an LGBT-specific recovery facility in Thailand. In Music we review the latest from Dolly Parton, Rita Ora, Travis Scott and Adam Devonport, plus meet emerging artist Andrea (he’s gender fluid) and rising Kiwi stars, Alae. Plus, plenty more music, theatre and arts and all your favourite regulars. Download now to enjoy!

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