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DNA Magazine  |  # 194 - Pop Art and Travel  


With 2016 in full swing, and the Mardi Gras season upon us down under, the March issue of DNA is out and BURSTING with talent, such as our cover model the beautiful Ben who features in a nine page fashion spread.

In ‘Loving’ this month we take a look at the brilliant art of of the digital wizard Salem as he portrays the fine physic of masculine men in an alluring romantic setting. Plus a little Hashtag investigation into the term #oilcheck (you’ll want to have that checked or check it out).

Find out what the homophobes have been up to in this months ‘Nutter Than A Squirrel Turd’, it’s more giggle worthy than a night at the comedy store.

Our editor Andrew takes a look into the highly rumoured closeted gay-sex life of Hollywood actor Will Smith.

Losing your hair? Our mate Samuel Leighton-Dore takes an in-depth look at being a bald warrior in a world of hairy heroes.

Music this month we feature the talents of Rhianna, Jarryd James and the Bloc Party.

For those who are feeling sluggish, in health our resident doctor, Dr. Zac shares 10 surprising food suggestions could have you feeling and looking a whole lot better!

‘Straight Mate’ guru Matthew Myers chats to Aussie TV personality Marc Fennell about that time he kissed another man and why it took eight takes before he was happy with it.

Plus we take a look at the recent coming-out gay of Teen Wolf star Charlie Carver via the social media site Instagram.

DNA jumps into the political sphere with an exclusive interview of openly gay Greens senator Robert Simms.

Jumping on the plane and jet setting around the globe in travel this month takes us to London, Spain and the wild nature of Africa (the jet lag has really set in).

Finally in photos we visit the field of dreams with the handsome, hairy and rugged model Valentono Pozzi then we discover the source of sex appeal with a photographic essay from Photographer Ethan James.

All that and so much more in this months DNA #194.
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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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 # 194 - Pop Art and Travel.

The Shame! How did that naked man get in here? FROM THE EDITOR WARNING: there’s a naked man on page 20 of this issue. I’m sure male nudity offends you, so I thought you ought to know. And you can see his – shhhh...
MONTH IN A MINUTE » FORMER AUSTRALIAN PM TONY ABBOTT flies to the US to address religious group, Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF) with a speech on “the importance of family”. The ADF seeks to criminalise sodomy, roll ...
THE STUFF WE’RE Loving... MASCULINE BEAUTY Juxtaposing well-built physiques with wistful, romantic expressions, Salem’s illustrated men are enveloped in warm breezes of fresh flowers and soft twilight hues. Sigh! salem-es.wix...
THE MALE NUDE THE STUFF WE'RE Loving... “Censored Nudes was inspired, in part, by the censorship of some of my artworks from Instagram and Facebook,” says painter Ross Watson, whose works hang in respected galleri...
NUTTIER THAN A SQUIRREL TURD (HERE’S WHAT THE HATERS HAVE BEEN SAYING…) “I’ve yet to find a situation where a homosexual could actually verify the fact that they were the victim of someone actually hating on them. I have yet t...
Will Power Gay, straight or otherwise, Will Smith’s sexuality continues to niggle at Hollywood’s sensitivities. IT’S SAID that you’re nobody in Hollywood until you’re rumoured to be gay. Speculation about your p...
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DNA Magazine   |   # 194 - Pop Art and Travel   


With 2016 in full swing, and the Mardi Gras season upon us down under, the March issue of DNA is out and BURSTING with talent, such as our cover model the beautiful Ben who features in a nine page fashion spread.

In ‘Loving’ this month we take a look at the brilliant art of of the digital wizard Salem as he portrays the fine physic of masculine men in an alluring romantic setting. Plus a little Hashtag investigation into the term #oilcheck (you’ll want to have that checked or check it out).

Find out what the homophobes have been up to in this months ‘Nutter Than A Squirrel Turd’, it’s more giggle worthy than a night at the comedy store.

Our editor Andrew takes a look into the highly rumoured closeted gay-sex life of Hollywood actor Will Smith.

Losing your hair? Our mate Samuel Leighton-Dore takes an in-depth look at being a bald warrior in a world of hairy heroes.

Music this month we feature the talents of Rhianna, Jarryd James and the Bloc Party.

For those who are feeling sluggish, in health our resident doctor, Dr. Zac shares 10 surprising food suggestions could have you feeling and looking a whole lot better!

‘Straight Mate’ guru Matthew Myers chats to Aussie TV personality Marc Fennell about that time he kissed another man and why it took eight takes before he was happy with it.

Plus we take a look at the recent coming-out gay of Teen Wolf star Charlie Carver via the social media site Instagram.

DNA jumps into the political sphere with an exclusive interview of openly gay Greens senator Robert Simms.

Jumping on the plane and jet setting around the globe in travel this month takes us to London, Spain and the wild nature of Africa (the jet lag has really set in).

Finally in photos we visit the field of dreams with the handsome, hairy and rugged model Valentono Pozzi then we discover the source of sex appeal with a photographic essay from Photographer Ethan James.

All that and so much more in this months DNA #194.
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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