Tim Draxl, Stuart Reardon Strip For Yes Vote

Australian celebrities, gay and straight, have rallied to DNA magazine’s call for support for the Yes vote in the utterly wasteful, ridiculous and hurtful plebiscite that no one wanted!

Joel Creasey | Comedian

Sexy actor, singer Tim Draxl stripped to the waist revealing an excellent physique. Other notable actors who have sent DNA images of themselves branded with the #Yes message include Dan Ewing, Tim Ross, Ben Hall, Josh Piterman, Nathan Carter, Rodger Corser and Scott Irwin.

Comedians Joel Creasey, Rhys Nicholson and Laurence Mooney delivered their messages in unique style – Nicholson in an obscure pop-art polaroid, and Mooney utilising someone else’s signage!

Even British rugby player, Stuart Reardon joined in with sexy topless shot with the #yes message and a huge new tattoo.

Kinky Boots stars including the leads Toby Francis and Callum Francis also sent in images, which DNA has posted online and on social media. DNA celebrates the Yes message on the cover of the current issue – DNA #213.

Dozens of regular Aussie boys, though, have stripped off to show their support for the postal survey. If you have not yet voted yes, please do. If you intend voting no, please don’t!

For more yes pics visit our yes page.

DNA is Australia's best-selling magazine for gay men. 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 available worldwide in Print (in newsagents and bookstores throughout Australia, New Zealand, Canada, USA, UK and Europe) and Digital (through DNAstore, Pocketmags, iTunes, Amazon Kindle, Windows and Google Play).

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