Fetish magazine

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A fetish magazine is a type of magazine originating in the late 1940s which is devoted to sexual fetishism.wikipedia
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AtomAge

AtomAge
AtomAge magazine (later AtomAge International magazine) was a fetish magazine published in Britain by the clothes designer John Sutcliffe in the 1970s as an offshoot of his AtomAge fetish clothing business.

Marquis (magazine)

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Marquis
Marquis is a fetish magazine owned, operated, published and primarily photographed by Peter W. Czernich and Sandra Würdig.

«O»

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«O»
O was an international fetish magazine published in Germany.

Skin Two

Skin Two
Skin Two is a fetish magazine covering aspects of the worldwide fetish subculture.

Exotique

The most well-known early examples are Bizarre (1946-1959) published by John Willie and Leonard Burtman's Exotique, Masque, Connoisseur, Bizarre Life, High Heels, Unique World, and Corporal.
Exotique was a specialized fetish magazine published by Leonard Burtman under his Burmel Publishing Company imprint in New York City between 1955 and 1959.

Splosh!

Splosh! (UK, 1989–2001) – wet and messy fetishism
Splosh! was originally a British fetish magazine devoted to wet and messy fetishism.

Harrison Marks

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Kane (UK, 1982 to present, ed. Harrison Marks 1982–1997)
In the late 1970s Marks was hired as a photographer for Janus, a fetish magazine specialising in spanking and caning imagery.

Bizarre (magazine)

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Bizarre (UK, Dennis Publishing, 1997–2015)

Magazine

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A fetish magazine is a type of magazine originating in the late 1940s which is devoted to sexual fetishism.

Sexual fetishism

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A fetish magazine is a type of magazine originating in the late 1940s which is devoted to sexual fetishism.

Eroticism

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The content is generally aimed at being erotic rather than pornographic.

Pornography

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The content is generally aimed at being erotic rather than pornographic.

The Undergrowth of Literature

An early study, The Undergrowth of Literature by Gillian Freeman (1967), concluded that such magazines provide a catharsis for those whose sexual needs are otherwise unsatisfied: she identified rubberwear magazines as the most popular at the time.

Gillian Freeman

An early study, The Undergrowth of Literature by Gillian Freeman (1967), concluded that such magazines provide a catharsis for those whose sexual needs are otherwise unsatisfied: she identified rubberwear magazines as the most popular at the time.

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An early study, The Undergrowth of Literature by Gillian Freeman (1967), concluded that such magazines provide a catharsis for those whose sexual needs are otherwise unsatisfied: she identified rubberwear magazines as the most popular at the time.

John Willie

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The most well-known early examples are Bizarre (1946-1959) published by John Willie and Leonard Burtman's Exotique, Masque, Connoisseur, Bizarre Life, High Heels, Unique World, and Corporal.

House of Milan

Bondage in the Buff (House of Milan, 1982 - 1999)

Dennis Publishing

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Bizarre (UK, Dennis Publishing, 1997–2015)

Wet and messy fetishism

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Splosh! (UK, 1989–2001) – wet and messy fetishism

Smoking fetishism

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Smoke Signals – smoking fetishism magazine

Wet Set

Wet Set Magazine (Australia) – omorashi magazine

Omorashi

Spanking literature

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It consists primary of novels/novellas and short stories, but also magazines.

Satan in High Heels

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Producer Leonard Burtman was a major New York publisher of dozens of fetish magazines such as the pioneering Exotique, Bizarre Life, High Heels, Unique World, and Corporal.