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In this erotic encounter, boy-about-town Jack Ladd describes how hard he fell for a fantasy man In this erotic encounter, boy-about-town Jack Ladd describes how hard he fell for a fantasy man from a famous rugby club.

Sport… To some the mere mention exhumes memories of anxiety-filled changing rooms or sad afternoons standing on lonely side lines waiting to be picked – last. To others it’s a way of life: a multi-billion-dollar industry meticulously created to show off mankind’s physical prowess, innovation and skill.

For me, it’s somewhere in the middle.

In my teens, I ditched sports more times than I can remember. I loved perving on the coach with his shaved head, broad shoulders and thighs so thick I would have happily suffocated between them, but I was far more interested in hanging with the rest of the bludgers than getting muddy in a field.

Nowadays I’ve changed my tune. A bit. Catch me on a sunny afternoon and I’ll kick a football or swing a bat with mates and, while I believe there are far more relaxing ways to keep fit, there are certain things you don’t get to appreciate in, say, an ocean swim or a yoga session.

The players.

Football, water polo, tennis, AFL: the list goes on. Each need able bodies wrapped in muscle-hugging gear and a stamina that never fails to make my cock twitch and mind to run off in all kinds of sweaty directions.

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Slip into your hottest jockstrap and spray on some extra deodorant – it’s the Sports Issue! Meet the Players… Adam Rippon, America’s ice-skating darling; Gus Kenworthy the hunky out skier loves kissing his boyfriend – and Adam Rippon! We’ve got UK rugby’s Stuart Reardon who’s not only a total tattooed hunk, but now and author and accomplished photographer and we have some very sexy selfies from Stu to prove it! And Olympic Golden Boy, Matthew Mitcham on being the first openly gay athlete to win Olympic gold and the highs and lows of his ten years since then! We also have a sexy story from Jack Ladd recounting a very memorable encounter with a high-profile rugby fantasy! Rocking the Pump! jockstrap on the cover is American model Andrew Corvin – and there’s a lot more to see of him inside. In the serious features department we have an excellent news story on Indonesia’s slide into repressive religious laws that are going to make gay sex illegal. And we have a fascinating insight into the K-pop industry: for a country that does acknowledge homosexuality, they certainly use a lot of boy-on-boy imagery to sell music! In travel, we reveal Costa Rica as the new gay honeymoon hotspot. In pop culture we catch up with Tracey Thorn, Datarock and Melodywhore. In theatre, it’s all about the Broadway revival of The Boys In The Band, Trevor Ashley’s Bodybag, and the Catherine McGregor story, Still Point Turning. Our Straight Mate is James Hoare from TV’s Picnic At Hanging Rock (find out his gay crush). Elsewhere, Dear Diva talks straight, we review music and books and bring you two sensational pin-up hotties!