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David Shoemaker reports from the great city, rediscovers its charms, and why it will be the centre of the LGBTIQ world this June.

AS A MINORITY culture in the grand scheme of things, the LGBTIQ community has come a long way in a short time. We’ve been blessed by a growing list of countries decriminalising same-sex relations and legalising gay marriage – so much so that it’s now the countries that persecute us who are in the minority.

Some say it all kicked off in New York 50 years ago, making 2019 a major celebration of one of the most significant events in our history: The Stonewall Riots.

In the early hours of June 28, 1969 at the Stonewall Inn in Greenwich Village, Manhattan, police raided the Mafia-run gay bar, as they often did, arresting the patrons and extorting the management. But on this occasion, they were met with something they didn’t expect: resistance. In a time when it wasn’t legal to be homosexual, a motley crew of some of the most marginalized members of our community took a stand and started a civil rights movement that led to days of protest. A clear message was sent to LGBTIQ people around the world: it was time to fight back.

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It’s time to Spring into fresh new undies with this month’s DNA Underwear Special! On the cover is sultry Kurt Roberts in a pair of Lunch Menswear tighty whities. Inside, find 12 more pages of Kurt in bulge-loving gear from Rufskin, Teamm8, Cocksox, Garcon Model, Pump, Project Claude and more! In our second underwear shoot, Andres Linares smoulders in another six pages of excellent underwear. Getting serious this month we look behind the events that led to the cancellation of Beirut Pride last year and at what this Middle Eastern hotspot has planned for their Pride celebrations this year. We also hear from the guys at, on how censorship if changing the way the LGBT community connects. And we ask, is Grindr doing enough to protect its users privacy? In our travel features this month we visit is the pristine coasts of Croatia and the bustling hubbub of New York. In Croatia we join a private yacht will an all-gay crew and passenger list. Of course, there are shenanigans! And we review all that is new and exciting about new New York. We celebrate the release of Cub Sport’s latest album and the marriage of band members Tim and Sam. In other arts features we review the latest musical adaptation of West Side Story and a book about the colourful history of Her Majesty’s Theatre in Melbourne. At the movies we catch the slow burn intensity of the latest erotic masterpiece from Argentina, The Blond One. Our Straight Mate this month is comedian and TV presenter Hamish Blake who candidly admits that he’s kissed a lot of blokes, actually! Porn star of the month is Manuel Skye who, at 37, came late to the adult industry but has made a huge impact. Plus, this digital edition contains 66 super sexy extra page of Sydney Mardi Gras – we’ve found all the hottest dudes from the party and the parade!