DNA #259


Reno Gold (Abel Cruz)


Times are tough; this month we explore some of the ways to feel good!

This month’s cover model is Reno Gold, a recently turned OnlyFans millionaire. Yes, at just 25, he’s successfully made his first million creating explicit content for his subscribers on the adult platform. Not bad for a kid who struggled at high school and started his working life as a go-go dancer. Talk about a brain for business and a body for sin!

Our interview with Reno goes to a few unexpected places, and we learn that it’s not as easy as just setting up the camera and going for it. This kid works hard for the money.

Reno inspired us to go with the theme Guilty Pleasures for this issue – not that I think we should ever feel guilty for pursuing pleasure. As long as it’s legal and you’re not hurting anyone, find your pleasures where you will. We have a few suggestions…

In our Guilty Pleasures Style Guide we’ve found some items we hope will pique your interest – from the sexiest gym, to some very kinky gear, and a little something to put some “juice in the caboose”.

We’ve also identified a sexy new trend for pleasure seekers – saunas and sex venues as party venues. It’s happening more and more, with venues bringing in DJs and creating dance spaces. Sure, there’s still sex, but these steamy establishments are now becoming more social and are offering a safe space for men to hook up with men. Goodbye endless app scrolling and fake profiles! What you see is what you get at the sauna.

Even our Streaming column this month has a guilty pleasures flavour, with our main review taking a look at the Spanish melodrama, Elite.

It may be set in a high school but, well, you’ll see… And for those who enjoy a well-made man in not-very-much-clothing-at-all, we’re sure you’ll enjoy our photography portfolio from Rick Stockwell.

Elsewhere in the issue we have a long and deep chat with out rugby star, Devin Ibañez. He came out earlier this year and has since been sharing adorable images of himself and boyfriend Fergus across his socials, and using his newfound platform to champion the rights of trans people – especially in sport. It’s a great interview.

A DNA discovery we can’t wait to share with you this month is dancer, Willy Ward. He has a great look and a body that makes beautiful, artistic shapes. We’ve devoted eight pages to his exquisite shoot with Christian Scott.

This month we also pose the question: why is being single so underrated? In The Secret Perks Of Single People we consider the many advantages of being unattached. Not everyone wants a relationship. Not everyone is good at relationships, and there’s a lot of joy to single life unseen by the untrained eye. Could you be happier flying solo?

Of course, this issue is full of gorgeous men, fun reads and your favourite regulars. As always, stay safe, be kind, and love yourselves

Andrew Creagh

Founding Editor


DNA is Australia's best-selling LGBTQIA+ magazine. 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, and Amazon Kindle).

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