Cruella, a fetish magazine. Krewella, an American electronic dance music group.

Gene Bilbrew

Exotique (fetish magazine).

Tatsuji Okawa

Okawa was nearly 60 years old when his career as an erotic artist began in earnest, when he was published in a 1964 issue of Fuzokukitan, a fetish magazine that published gay content alongside straight and lesbian content. He would later be published in the magazine Barazoku. Okawa quit illustration in the 1970s, and gave his artist materials to Mamiya Hiroshi, an editor at Fuzokukitan. Upon his death in 1994, his works were acquired by Hiroshi and Bungaku Itō, the founding editor of Barazoku. The writer Yukio Mishima was a fan of Okawa's, and reportedly commissioned Okawa to draw a portrait of Mishima being tortured. * Homosexuality in Japan

John Sutcliffe (designer)

John Sutcliffe
Atomage Magazine Appreciation Site (A private, non-commercial site featuring the history and work of John Sutcliffe and his Atomage fetish clothing business). EVOLVER article on John Sutcliffe (in German).

Go Hirano

In the 1960s, Hirano was published in Fuzokukitan, a fetish magazine that published gay content alongside straight and lesbian content. His art appeared in Barazoku, the first commercially circulated gay magazine in Japan, from the 1970s through the 1990s. * Homosexuality in Japan

List of pornographic magazines

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Fetish magazine. Gay pornography. List of performers in gay porn films. List of pornographic movie studios.

Clothing fetish

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Fetish magazine. Glasses fetishism. Glove fetishism. Hentai. PVC clothing. Underwear fetishism. Dr. Trimmer, Eric J. The Visual Dictionary of Sex, ISBN: 0-89479-011-0; A & W Publishers, 1977. Kunzle, David (2004). Fashion and Fetishism. Sutton. ISBN: 0-7509-3808-0. Mario Perniola (2004). The Sex Appeal of the Inorganic. Continuum, New York-London. ISBN: 978-0-8264-6245-9.

Pornographic magazine

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Depending on the laws in each jurisdiction, pornographic magazines may be sold in convenience stores, newsagents and petrol stations. They may need to be sold on the top shelf, under the counter or in plastic wrappers. Some retail chains and many independent retail outlets do not stock pornographic magazines. They may also be sold in sex shops or by mail order. Fetish magazine. Glamour photography. History of erotic depictions. Pubic Wars.

Sadism and masochism in fiction

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Fetish magazine. BDSM in culture and media. List of dominatrices in popular culture. Marquis de Sade in popular culture. Biblio Curiosa, a bibliography of erotic and s&m literature in English and French. Database about BDSM related literature.