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Find the complete article and many more in this issue of DNA Magazine - DNA #240 – The Next Big Things Issue
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Sexy adult entertainer Ian Frost is on the cover of DNA #240 and he's already big! But find out what and who else is going to be huge in 2020 in our Next Big Things Issue. We look at sex in the next decade, and the new stars and technology that'll be keeping us all happy, including Alam Wernik and Carter Dane. We look at lifestyle trends like going vegan and going alcohol-free. We look at music's bright young stars, style must-haves, grooming, gaming and what the curtain will be rising on in the world of theatre in 2020. DNA goes to the circus! Check out our exotic and sexy fashion story from the set of the fabulous Cirque Du Soleil. And strike a pose with Anthony Rodrigues from Pose in a revealing interview about the history of voguing and Madonna. We interview the "versatile and romantic" Ian Frost and come to grips our Straight Mate Dr Chris Brown's enormous, er, python! Plus there's all your regular favourites – reviews, Burnttoast, Gay To Z and more.

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Other Articles in this Issue

Welcome to the future with our Next Big Thing issue.
Lovin’ and hatin’!
"Making sure we have equality… is something we need to keep celebrating.”
Hitting back at the homophobes.
Guy James Whitworth, Ann Cleeves, Queer Objects.
A dictionary guide to stuff gays love compiled by Paul Joseph and Tim Benzie.
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Four sexy extra photo stories, exclusive to the Digital Edition.
Sexually fluid George Maple is not just a Magic Woman!
Drag queens, Disney kings, dog shows and flying dildos – must be the Midsumma Festival!
Or is Dr Chris Brown just pleased to see us?
Teamm8’s Super Low Brief comes out on top.
In Pose he plays Lemar Abundance; in life he was a child of the House Of Ninja. Jason Anthony Rodriguez tells Mike Hitch about the art of voguing and the responsibility he shares with Madonna.
Exotic, athletic, romantic… Cirque du Soleil’s Kurios – Cabinet Of Curiosities is the perfect location for a DNA fashion shoot.
For this month’s issue, DNA was invited into the beguiling world of Cirque Du Soleil for a fashion shoot…
This Argentinean likes it versatile and romantic.
Next BIG Things
Reduce the plastic waste from your shave.
Once derided as culinary killjoys, vegans were way ahead of the trend. The plant-based diet is increasing in popularity, writes Conall Ferguson.
We all love a drink. Or do we…? The current trend is going dry, writes Conall Ferguson.
DNA’s sexpert, Cameron McCool, reviews the up-and-coming toys for big boys…
Not only are the games more sophisticated, the computing power behind them is revolutionary in itself, writes Conall Ferguson.
His name isn’t the only queer thing about Lavrence! He’s here, queer and ready to ride the next great wave of LGBT+ pop stars.
Classic revivals, film adaptations and jukebox musicals plus some long-awaited premieres.
“Very gay” Brit rapper, Sadeeq Ali says there’s now a market for LGBTIQ voices in hip-hop.
DNA’s Style guy, Joshua Heath previews 2020 objects of desire…
You Can Call Me SIR features dominatrix Cristy Michel on vocals and Matt Petty on “moody elements” .
Are the next-gen porn icons rewriting the business model on how to make a buck from a fuck? Dr Joseph Brennan reports.
Adrian C Martin creates a moody, masculine portrait of Santi with classic black-and-white imagery.