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Treat yourself to 14 steamy pages of the best in this season’s men’s swimwear from around the world. Our models Lucas and Emrah, and the DNA crew, braved thunder and lightning at Maroubra Beach to shoot Cocksox, Addicted, Teamm8, Modus Vivendi, Garcon Model, Rufskin, 2Eros and more for this issue. Dive in!
In a second fashion story, Rick Day shoots some gorgeous New York boys wearing the first range from brand new Aussie swimwear company, Grayson Boyd. Gentlemen, please say hello!
In this issue, we also get to know A-list Hollywood hunk, Armie Hammer and find out more about his controversial and sensual coming-of-age feature film, Call Me By Your Name. It will be the talk of summer.
Australia says Yes! Marriage equality has received a big thumbs-up from a majority of voters in all states and territories! DNA was there on the day to capture all the tears and joy – and there’s an extra 20 pages in the digital edition of photos from the announcement, the rally and the street party that followed in Sydney.
We visit the lost city of Petra (not so lost these days!) and check out your options for a Mister BnB stay in Jordan.
Our regular columnists are in fine form this month. Grooming Editor, Will Fennell finally gets a little prick – of Botox. Style guru. Joshua Heath puts together some special gift ideas for the man who already has everything. Dear Diva gives her advice on life and love. Gay Chef, Jordan Bruno offers up his delicious, beefy cheeks.
Meet Mickey and Victoria, two DJs putting Aussies in a spin – we find out what they’ll be wearing to the DNA Christmas Pool Party (hint: not much!)
We have music, books, beefcake, The Deplorables… and, of course, your best look at the sexy swimwear for the coming summer. We hope you love DNA #215.
From The Editor
We did it! The postal survey results are in and we have more to celebrate than just winning.
Loving: The Stuff We’re Into Now.
Burnttoast: readers’ letters.
The Month In A Minute.
The Deplorables: they said what?
Music: Sam Smith, bjork and more.
Insta-stud: Max Emerson.
BOOKS: 2018 Calendars.
HEALTH: Sunscreen foods!
Did you know there are some types of food that can help protect you from the sun’s harmful rays?
Gay Chef: Jordan’s BEEF CHEEKS.
Something hot and hearty for you and three friends.
STRAIGHT MATE: CHRISTIAN BYERS
Playing rock star Stevie Wright of the easybeats should be challenging but, it seems, it’s the role Christian Byers was born to play.
STYLE: A GIFT GUIDE FOR HIM
Gifts for the man who has everything
Dear Diva’s advice.
Haron West is bringing the big-voiced ’80s sound back and loves being called “The New Alison Moyet”. Interview by Marc Andrews.
DJs Mickey and Victoria
Your Pool Party DJS
The Merry Millionaire
Cruising Europe in decadent style between the two world wars are Ja Wells’ gay lovers in The Merry Millionaire.
Scott Huntington has already won over millions on Youtube with his closet classic, Secret, and his Love Is Love track in support of marriage equality. Now he’s ready to take on the world. Interview by Marc Andrews.
The silent film, Siska gives a voice to India’s gays, reports Ian Horner
How the marriage equality postal survey results panned out.
GROOMING SUMMER STUNNERS
Men’s grooming expert Will Fennell offers his top tips for looking your best this summer – from “expression relaxation” to oils and faking the perfect tan.
After playing action heros and spies, Armie Hammer has finally reached Hollywood A-list status via a compelling gay role.
CALL ME BY YOUR NAME
The hottest gay romance this summer, unfortunately, won’t be yours! And once you’ve seen this stunning film you’ll probably agree.
THE LOST CITY OF PETRA
This ancient city is more than a colossal archaeological site and a readymade set for Hollywood movies.
GOING AUSSIE IN NEW YORK
Introducing the latest Australian swimwear brand, Grayson Boyd. Inspired by ’70s beach culture and an Aussie playfulness.
We’re in for the hottest, wettest, steamiest summer on record judging by the explosion of vivid colours and cuts designed to accentuate every bulge and curve in men’s swimwear.