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About DNA Magazine

Welcome to our Next Big Thing issue. Every day we’re bombarded with news of the “the latest”, “the newest”, “the most amazing next…” So we asked our contributors and correspondents to look to their speciality fields and focus on the next big things we’re really going to appreciate. For example, 3D porn is already here but fully interactive experiences are just around the corner. On stage, we’re looking forward to Bette Midler in Hello Dolly! and Pamela Rabe in The Testament Of Mary. It’s going to be a big year for gay content on film and television. Along with Moonlight, Call Me By Your Name and the Australian feature The Dream Children are going to make it an extraordinary year for gay film. On the health front, there are extraordinary developments in medical technology that are going to profoundly change lives, and the food we eat is no small part of it. Then, of course, there’s the world of fashion where change is fundamental (and fun). And let’s not forget the men and the models who are going to be heating up our pages, our news feeds and blowing up our Instagram accounts! We hope you like what we’ve put together. Enjoy the Next Big Things!

Other Articles in this Issue


Regulars
WHY WE STILL NEED TO BE LOUD AND PROUD.
INSIDE THE MINDS OF DNA READERS! EMAILS, LETTERS, TWEETS, FACEBOOK POSTS, CARRIER PIGEON DISPATCHES AND RAMBLINGS
Photographer Phil O’Connor and model Anthony Gilét’s
It’s embarrassing and terrifying to put the target
When you discover that “special connection” comes from a ball of smoke, by Mario Forgione.
Just to prove there’s some hope out there after all
2017 is shaping up as a big year for the celebrity
The new Core Series 2 from 2Eros offers a modern take
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THERE IS A SCIENCE TO CLEARER, CALMER, SPOT-FREE SKIN. WE ASKED ANTHONY MCDONOUGH FROM LQD SKIN CARE TO TALK US THROUGH THE FINER, SCIENCE-Y POINTS.
THERE’S AN indie fitness and health trend at the moment
Rejected by his religious parents on television’s Bride And Prejudice, Christopher Jewell tells Matthew Galea why he’s proud that his story has started a national conversation.
He’s the gay man singlehandedly reinventing shiny pop with a little help from his pal Elton John. Meet Bright Light, Bright Light (not his real name!) Interview by Marc Andrews.
Filthy smut or the best musical ever? The Book Of Mormon is possibly both, reckons Matthew Myers.
ENIGMA VARIATIONS By Andre Aciman Fans of Aciman’s
Making sense of the splatter when the shit hits the fan.
(Folks, we are not making this up!)
The independent Aussie film The Dream Children tells the story of a gay couple who become dads but are blackmailed by the mother. Leading man Nicholas Gunn tells Matt Myers about playing gay and filming some rather authentic sex scenes.
Welcome to our Next Big Thing issue. Every day we’re
Features
Cheyenne Parker is almost the quintessential DNA cover
FROM THE EARS OF RUSSELL TOVEY TO THE LIPS OF ARMIE HAMMER, THERE’S PLENTY OF GAY FILM AND TELEVISION TO DEVOUR IN 2017. STORY BY ANDREW POTTS AND ANDREW CREAGH.
OUR MASTER OF MUSIC AND POP CULTURE, MARC ANDREWS PREVIEWS THE FUTURE SOUNDS OF NOW.
EVERYTHING OLD IS NEW AGAIN. THAT’S THE VIBE FROM THE NORTHERN HEMISPHERE RUNWAYS. SEVENTIES ACCENTS AND WIDE-LEGGED PANTS – ALL WITH A PURPLE HUE. PLUS, THERE’S AN UNLIKELY COLLABORATION BETWEEN TWO SUPER BRANDS REPORTS JOSHUA HEATH.
SOME OF THE BIGGEST NAMES IN GAY LITERATURE AND PHOTOGRAPHY HAVE LONGAWAITED RELEASES DUE IN 2017, REPORTS GRAEME AITKEN.
FROM INNOVATIVE NEW CONCEPTS TO BELOVED REVIVALS, THERE’S SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE. MATT MYERS PREVIEWS WHAT’S TO COME IN 2017.
SCOURING THE WORLD FOR HOT MEN IS EASY THANKS TO INSTAGRAM. THESE MODELS, ACTORS AND ATHLETES LOVE TO BE ADORED. AND SO WE DO. DNA’S DIGITAL CO-ORDINATOR TROY MURPHY SHARES SOME OF OUR MOST LOVED INSTA-STUDS – GUYS YOU’LL BE SEEING A LOT MORE OF WE SUSPECT.
YOU’RE IN THE CHANGE ROOM WITH THE HOTTEST GUYS ON THE FOOTBALL TEAM. THE CAPTAIN LOOKS YOU IN THE EYE AND SAYS, “LET’S HAVE SOME FUN.” SOUNDS LIKE A DREAM BUT IT COULD SOON BE A REALITY – VIRTUALLY. MIKE READING EXPLAINS.
JOSH HEUSTON was 18-years-old and tending bar at a
FROM SHAKESPEARE TO REALITY TV, TO PLAYS ABOUT REALITY TV, BRITISH ACTOR SAMUEL CURRY SHARES HIS PASSION FOR OCD CLEANING AND RYAN GOSLING WITH DNA. INTERVIEW BY MARC ANDREWS.
3D PRINTERS, STEM CELL REPLACEMENTS AND TOPICAL PEPTIDES – MEDICAL SCIENCE PROMISES US HEALTHIER BONES, NEW ORGANS AND LESS NEEDLES, SAYS DR ZAC TURNER. HURRAH FOR THE WHITE COATS!
WITH THE best city beaches in Australia, hot, dry summers
WITH GLUTEN STILL “THE SOURCE OF ALL EVIL” AND THE WORLD DIVIDED OVER GOOD FATS VS BAD FATS, NUTRITION IS A HOT TOPIC. FAB FOODIE, JORDAN BRUNO IDENTIFIES THE COMING GASTRONOMIC TRENDS.
A TEENAGE boy’s dreams are shattered by fate, but it’s
From Embarrassing Bodies to The Today Show, Dr Brad
He doesn’t take you out, he’ll never meet your friends and he won’t reply to a damn text for days, but you just can’t get enough. Matthew Galea asks: why do we fall for the bad boys?
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