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DNA Magazine  |  DNA #221 | The USA Issue  


We aren’t trumped! In this issue we celebrate 20 of the best reasons to still love the USA. From Stonewall to Broadway, from jockstraps to Tom Ford, from power gays running the show to mid-Western cowboy beefcake! Find out what else makes our hot list!

In fashion, we uncover the sheer revolution in swimwear. That’s right, coming to a beach or pool near you soon, it’s tantalisingly sexy, almost see-thru swimwear. Roll on summer!

We catch up with Paul Rudd and Steve Coogan, playing a gay couple who unexpectedly have a young son to bring up, in the new comedy, Ideal Home. We chat with director, Andrew Fleming.

For a straight boy, Blake Appleqvist has worn a lot of drag. He’s been an angel in Kinky Boots and is now playing Miss Understood in Priscilla: The Musical. Find out how good this hunky young man looks in a frock! In other showbiz features, John Cameron Mitchell is bringing back his famous Hedwig And The Angry Inch character for a cabaret tour of Australia. He tells us about what Hedwig’s been doing, hanging out with his chum Nicole Kidman, and, er, getting wiggy with it! Plus, we review Puffs and Mt Buddy.

Described at Facebook meets Ancestry.com for the LGBTIQ community, Capturing Rainbows chronicles over 40 years of America’s gay scene in fab retro photos and words. Find out all about it in our feature, The Extraordinary Lives Of Ordinary People.

In the wild world of electro-pop there are two exiting new talents – The Hound and Renate. They’re both sexy/cool and we meet them in this issue.

Don’t miss your favourite regulars: Dear Diva, Nuts! and Burnttoast, plus stacks of news, and some cool travel tips.

We hope you enjoy the hot American hunks of James Franklin’s photography this issue and get a good read!
Every month, you'll find great feature stories, celebrity profiles, pop culture reviews and sensational photography of some of the world's sexiest male models in our fashion stories.

DNA was launched in Australia in 2000 and is now available worldwide in bookstores throughout Canada, US, UK and Europe as well as in Digital and Online Editions format.
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  Your magazine delivered to your device each month
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You'll receive 12 issues during a 1 year DNA Magazine magazine subscription.

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   Good Australian magazine Reviewed Wednesday, September 13, 2017 SUBSCRIBER
Give full details about Australian situations for gay people including politics and models
   Fantastic Magazine Reviewed Monday, December 17, 2012 SUBSCRIBER
I love this magazine. Among the periodicals I receive regularly are Out, Advocate and DNA magazines; and while they each address a different interest, it is DNA that I really anticipate each month. The photos are outstanding, the stories entertaining, and the all around production quality is exceptional. It may not have the hard thinking, deep journalistic values of The Advocate, but for complete utter enjoyment DNA is the tops!
   Reviewed Tuesday, October 2, 2012 SUBSCRIBER
AWESOMEEEE!!!! Hot Guys and great articles. Can I ask for more? Mmmmm... Yeah, can I get delivered to my house all the cover models? LOL
   Reviewed Friday, September 28, 2012 SUBSCRIBER
Excellent
   Reviewed Monday, July 16, 2012 SUBSCRIBER
Love my boys

Articles in this issue

Below is a selection of articles in DNA Magazine DNA #221 | The USA Issue.

UNTRUMPED! UnTrumped! Last year, I was in a Sydney café with a bunch of journalists and travel professionals. One of the Americans present pulled a constipated facial expression and asked, “So… do you all hate ...
BURNTTOAST DNA READERS HAVE THEIR SAY… FROM THE DNA WEBSITE MIRANDA DIVINE BLAMES UNETHICAL BANK BEHAVIOUR ON THE GAYS The Daily Telegraph columnist says that because the banks chose to take an ...
MONTH IN A MINUTE BREAK-UP Actor Colton Haynes and his husband of just six months announce their separation. Haynes deletes all references to his relationship with Jeff Leatham from social media but reassur...
NUTS! “Tolerance, that’s the key word right now. Tolerant towards same-sex marriage… many young Christian people are saying, ‘We need to be more tolerant.’ They believe samesex marriage is OK.” – Lat...
MUSIC REVIEWS DRAKE – SCORPION It’s already a done deal that super-hottie Canadian rapster Drake’s new release will end up as the biggest selling album of 2018. It includes not just one #1, but two – ...
BOOK REVIEWS MY BUDDY: WORLD WAR II LAID BARE Edited by Dian Hanson My Buddy reveals an extraordinary hidden side to World War II with young Allied troops discharging tensions by fro...
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DNA Magazine   |   DNA #221 | The USA Issue   


We aren’t trumped! In this issue we celebrate 20 of the best reasons to still love the USA. From Stonewall to Broadway, from jockstraps to Tom Ford, from power gays running the show to mid-Western cowboy beefcake! Find out what else makes our hot list!

In fashion, we uncover the sheer revolution in swimwear. That’s right, coming to a beach or pool near you soon, it’s tantalisingly sexy, almost see-thru swimwear. Roll on summer!

We catch up with Paul Rudd and Steve Coogan, playing a gay couple who unexpectedly have a young son to bring up, in the new comedy, Ideal Home. We chat with director, Andrew Fleming.

For a straight boy, Blake Appleqvist has worn a lot of drag. He’s been an angel in Kinky Boots and is now playing Miss Understood in Priscilla: The Musical. Find out how good this hunky young man looks in a frock! In other showbiz features, John Cameron Mitchell is bringing back his famous Hedwig And The Angry Inch character for a cabaret tour of Australia. He tells us about what Hedwig’s been doing, hanging out with his chum Nicole Kidman, and, er, getting wiggy with it! Plus, we review Puffs and Mt Buddy.

Described at Facebook meets Ancestry.com for the LGBTIQ community, Capturing Rainbows chronicles over 40 years of America’s gay scene in fab retro photos and words. Find out all about it in our feature, The Extraordinary Lives Of Ordinary People.

In the wild world of electro-pop there are two exiting new talents – The Hound and Renate. They’re both sexy/cool and we meet them in this issue.

Don’t miss your favourite regulars: Dear Diva, Nuts! and Burnttoast, plus stacks of news, and some cool travel tips.

We hope you enjoy the hot American hunks of James Franklin’s photography this issue and get a good read!
As a subscriber you'll receive the following benefits:

  A discount off the RRP of your magazine
  Your magazine delivered to your door each month
  You'll never miss an issue
  You’re protected from price rises that may happen later in the year
  Money-back guarantee

You'll receive 12 issues during a 1 year DNA Magazine magazine print subscription.
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