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OUTSTANDING

Actor, tradie and real-life footballer, Ethan Panizza plays Rusty on TV’s Playing For Keeps. He may be fictional, but Rusty is our first out gay AFL pro!
Ethan: “I’m hoping Rusty’s storyline could be a blueprint if an AFL player ever chooses to come out.”
Rusty’s Playing For Keeps story.
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Who’s that guy? We welcome hot new find, Mario Rossi, shot by Antony Kozz, to the cover of DNA #226. The 20-year-old Californian makes his debut in a sizzling 8-page spread. And if you like your men rougher, furrier and musclier you won’t want to miss Johnny by Russell Fleming, also featured inside. If you’re after some solid reads we have a bunch of great feature articles this month. We explore what it’s like to be young, queer and Russian… not great! But a new generation of activists are making a difference, plus we explore Russia’s gayer-than-advertised history! Meet Australia’s first openly gay Aussie Rules player… well, the actor who plays the character on TV. That’s delicious Ethan Panizza (Rusty from Playing For Keeps). Finding The Way back is part two of our series on addictions within the LGBT community, we review Boy Erased, and remember how much we were in love with River Phoenix before his untimely passing (and still are). Discover how music is helping break down barriers to LGBT equality in Uganda with the revolutionary Rainbow Riots movement and catch up with Professor Brian Cox – he’s Our Straight Mate this month and discusses the power of staring at the stars. Photographer Paul Freeman shares some of his sexy new Larrikin shots with us and declares the hairy bloke is an endangered species! And the Warwick Rowers give us the low down on stripping off to raise cash for their initiative to combat homophobia in sports. This, with all our regular features, makes DNA #226 one packed issue. Get it now.