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OUT December 2015 - January 2016

3 issues FREE with your subscription (extra issues already included in the subscription) Sexy, smart, and sophisticated, it inspires readers with captivating feature stories, striking fashion layouts, and lively entertainment reviews. Get OUT digital magazine subscription today to discover what's in. Each issue is filled with interviews, fashion, travel, celebrities and more for gay life today.

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Here Media
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we shot the president

PRESIDENT OBAMA and I had a marvelous day, walking in a park, laughing, and generally enjoying each other’s company. At one point he shot a few hoops with this hipster kid from Williamsburg; at another I found myself in a church while he muttered a prayer over my head. That was strange, as I’m not remotely religious, but I felt blessed nonetheless. Who wouldn’t? We stopped at an art gallery (very expressive stuff), and the president spent half an hour in animated conversation with the artist. It was a warm day, there were still leaves on the trees, and I remember thinking, How extraordinary to be spending such a rich day with the most powerful man in the world. I badly wanted to get a selfie of us together,…

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contributors

DEVON MALONEY In This Issue: Writer, “The Wild Card,” page 24 Twitter: @dynamofire Bio: Devon Maloney is a pop-culture journalist, sci-fi geek, Ravenclawleaning Gryffindor, and—along with her Muppet dog, Oscar—a resident of Los Angeles. Her work has appeared in Vanity Fair, Wired, and the Los Angeles Times, and on Vulture and Jezebel. Her favorite Troye Sivan lyric is “your hands and lips still throw their weight around.” THOMAS ALLEN In This Issue: Illustrator, “Parting of the Way” page 63 Instagram: @thomasallen63 Bio: Thomas Allen is an artist and award-winning illustrator living in Coloma, Mich. His work has been exhibited internationally, and is housed in a number of permanent collections. It has been published in Vanity Fair, The New Yorker, The Wall Street Journal, and Harper’s, and was nominated for an…

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feedback

Defending DiMarcoSummer’s over, but that doesn’t mean we’re not lusting for sun and sand. Our exclusive shoot with America’s Next Top Model’s deaf breakout star, Nyle DiMarco, put him exactly where we wanted him: shirtless on the beach. Brilliantly composed by photographer Tate Tullier, who is also deaf, DiMarco’s beauty was captured with skillful sophistication, and, as expected, fogged up our computer screens.Though the shoot was a hit (“he gives me heart palpitations,” wrote one fan on Instagram), the dialogue took a turn when DiMarco came out as sexually “fluid” on Twitter less than a week later. Some LGBT fans saw this as a sign of hope. “There’s a God” and “I’ll learn sign language!” were prevailing sentiments among DiMarco’s followers. Others, however, criticized DiMarco’s New Age nomenclature. “How many…

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anatomy of an out100 issue

Out100 honoree and How to Get Away With Murder creator Peter Nowalk (@petenowalk) tweets: ...Which got us thinking about the unsexy—but still amazing!—1970s murder mystery adaptations of Agatha Christie’s Murder on the Orient Express and Death on the Nile, which starred Dame Maggie Smith and David Niven… ...Who also starred in the brilliant murder mystery spoof Murder by Death... ...Which got us thinking about other brilliant spoofs like French and Saunders’ “Destiny” a video parody of… (PHOTOGRAPHY BY TATE TULLIER. CLOTHING BY KYLE KING)...Shakespears Sister’s amazingly over-the-top 1992 power ballad “Stay” ■…

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#myoutcover

@veredien @vixxysmalls @amyturnerstudio @bradydrose @xscapemaster @brushespaco @javiperezart @jethroianart @leonard_j11In honor of this year’s Out100, we asked you to submit an original illustration of any 2015 Out cover. The results were so good, we couldn’t choose just one winner. READER’S CHOICE: Adam Lambert cover by @veredien EDITOR’S PICK: David Gandy cover by @leonard_j11 ■…

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the wild card

(STYLING BY MICHAEL COOK. ALL CLOTHING BY PRADA) SUPREME CONFIDENCE coming from a 20-year-old can be worrisome, but in Troye Sivan’s case, it’s actually heartening. “Unless you feel you need a full-length album to tell your story, I don’t feel like it’s that relevant or important anymore,” says the petite YouTube star, his angelic features shadowed by the twilit living room of a plush rented Venice Beach home. “I’m doing one to prove to myself that I can do it, but I didn’t feel the pressure to stick to that format.”His self-assurance is far from unfounded. An artist coming up in this stream-and-download era could probably do just as well with a handful of catchy radio singles and a knack for Twitter one-liners as they could slinging something as old-fashioned…

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