DNA #266

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DNA Magazine | #266 – Playtime

It’s Playtime!

Who is that hottie on the cover, all bulgy and hung and ready to play? It’s US singer Steve Grand, not back with a new album, but with a very sexy range of his own swimwear and underwear. Naturally, he’s his brand’s own supermodel, too! We catch up with Steve and see a lot more of him modelling the gear.

Also ready to play is underwear model John John. Jockstraps, party harnesses, posing pouches, and racy leather accessories complete his look in a stunning 8-page feature and interview.

Then there’s Nick Stracener… he’s a DJ and remixer, fansite content creator, flight attendant, physique champion, and, according to him, just a big teddy bear. We give him a hug!

In a photo story, Konstantin Vs The Aliens by Stas Vokman, one of our favourite underwear models is pursued by invaders from outer space – who wouldn’t cross the universe to get to Konstantin in these briefs?

We re-evaluate the 1969 feature Midnight Cowboy, and claim it as a queer romance, though unrecognised as such at the time. In other entertainment features, we have a hilarious chat with actress Sharon Gless, famous for Queer As Folk and Cagney And Lacey. She has a lot to say about homophobia in Hollywood. Plus, there’s Brit singer/actor Olly Alexander of Years & Years and It’s A Sin fame. And we review The Eyes Of Tammy Faye. Our Straight Mate is actor Tim Ross who tells us he’d love to play gay.

We travel to the very hip Medellin in Colombia and discover how the city went from being a dangerous drug hellhole to an arts centre and a cool place for the gays to visit!

And we let Maxi Shield have The Last Word!

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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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