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In this issue…
Alan Cumming says, “I associate my kind of wit and humour and openness with the Australian spirit,” as he prepares to journey Down Under for the Adelaide Cabaret Festival.
Master Chef contestant and author, Khanh Ong, tells us, “Good sex begins in the kitchen!”
Hollywood director, Lee Daniels, confesses, “I should be dead!” with The United States Vs Billie Holiday earning great reviews and lead actress Andra Day up for an Oscar, Daniels has plenty to say about racism and homophobia in Hollywood.
Dr. Brad McKay tells us, “I thought God was punishing me for being gay,” and all about the dodgy medical practices he exposes in his new book Fake Medicine.
Lil Nas X reveals the inspiration behind his number-one hit Montero (Call Me By Your Name) and the man who made him want “to ride it!” And while we’re talking music, we chat with Sgt Slick and John Course who’ve teamed up for some disco-tinged Love, and we review new releases from Pet Shop Boys and Perfume Genius.
In Knowledge Is Power the latest in our HIV Today series, we list some great worldwide resources that offer information and community. Check them out.
Models Jack and Alex are identical twins – one gay, one straight – and they tell us all about their crazy life together, men, health and mental health, and their time on The Amazing Race.
Sydney’s iconic gay gym, City Gym is back – and so are the open showers! We recap some of the venue’s amazing history and, of course, shoot some hot personal trainers in the showers!
For our cover shoot, we took Tommy Lorans to a secluded beach to shoot the latest from our favourite brands. Plus, Rufskin showcase their sexiest briefs ever!
We think you’ll love DNA #256.