Dna Magazine #220 (May 2018)

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Sports Issue

Adam Rippon – Flamboyant, yet with a steely resolve forged by adversity, Adam Rippon proves it takes balls to be a queen – and the world loves him for it.

Gus Kenworthy – Out, proud, gay and world number-one… and he rescues puppies! What’s not to love about US Slopestyle Skier, Gus Kenworthy?

Stuart Reardon – Rugby star, model, personal trainer and now author and photographer. Matt Myers touches base with Stuart Reardon, a DNA favourite who is anything but Defeated (the title of his new book).

Matthew Mitcham – It’s ten years since Matthew Mitcham wrote himself into a couple of history books. As a diver for Australia at the 2008 Olympics in Beijing, he was awarded the highest ever score for a single dive and won the gold medal.

The Player – In this erotic encounter, boy-about-town Jack Ladd describes how hard he fell for a fantasy man from a famous rugby club.

Team Sydney – Team Sydney supports health, fitness and the sporting way within diverse LGBTIQ communities.

Other Features

Tracey Thorn: The Coolest Mum in Pop – “Missing” for years as a stay-at-home mum, Everything But The Girl’s Tracey Thorn returns triumphantly as queen of the dancefloor

The Boys in the Band are back! – With Ryan Murphy’s revival about to open on Broadway, Marc Andrews looks back at the original Boys In The Band.

Straight Mate: James Hoare – Known for playing rugged, roguish characters, James is now “rock candy” Albert in the new Picnic At Hanging Rock.

Sleepwalking into Sharia – A new criminal code being considered by Indonesian lawmakers has the potential to outlaw same-sex relationships. Andrew M Potts reports. And what you can do!

K-Pop: Boy Love For Sale – Contrived homoerotic imagery is used by the K-Pop industry to sell their artists. But what happens when a genuine LGBTIQ K-Pop artist comes out?

Costa Rica – With the election of a pro-gay marriage president, Costa Rica has just became one of the hottest LGBTIQ travel destinations.