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This is a list of pornographic magazines (or erotic magazine, adult magazine) — magazines that contain content of a sexual nature and are typically considered to be pornography.
For inclusion in this list, pornographic magazines must be, or have been, widely available as a printed publication and contain hardcore or softcore images.
Marketed to heterosexual menEdit
These magazines may include female-male, female-female-male and/or female-female content.
- Adam Film World (1966–1998) and Adam Film World Guide (1981-2008)
- Asian Fever - LFP, ISSN 1521-6586, U.S., launch 1999
- Barely Legal - Hustler Magazine, ISSN 0149-4635, launch 1974
- Celebrity Skin
- Gallery - Montcalm, launch 1972
- Genesis - Magna, launch 1973
- Gent (Magna Publishing Group)
- High Society - ISSN 1075-0800, oclc 18820931 (1976)
- Hustler (1974–present)
- Juggs, launch 1981
- Leg Show
- Modern Man (1952–1967)
- Oui (1972–2008)
- Penthouse Forum
- Perfect 10
- Playboy (1953–present)
- Score (1992; Miami, Florida, focuses on large-breasted women)
- SCREW (Milky Way Productions, oclc 54031097 1968)
- Asian Babes - Remnant Media, ISSN 1367-7284, UK, launch 1983
- Club International (1971; British sister of Club)
- Escort (Paul Raymond Publications, UK, 1980–present)
- Fiesta (Galaxy Publications, 1966)
- Mayfair (Paul Raymond Publications, UK)
- Men Only (Paul Raymond Publications, UK)
- Men's World (Paul Raymond Publications, UK)
- Knave (Galaxy Publications, oclc 76960716, 1959, UK)
- Penthouse (1965–present) and Penthouse Variations
- Razzle (1983; British; focuses on amateur style pornography)
Marketed to gay and bisexual menEdit
Gay pornographic magazines, sometimes known as adult magazines or gay sex magazines, contain content of a sexual nature, typically regarded as pornography, that relates to men having sex with men.
These magazines are targeted to gay and bisexual men, although they may also have some female readers, and may include male-male and occasionally male-male-female content and/or male-female content. Such publications provide photographs or other illustrations of nudity and sexual activities, including oral sex, anal sex, and other various forms of such activities. These magazines primarily serve to stimulate sexual thoughts and emotions. Some magazines are very general in their variety of illustrations, while others may be more specific and focus on particular activities or fetishes.
Prior to the 1970s, gay pornography was not widely distributed due to censorship laws. Non-pornographic "beefcake magazines" were widely available, and were generally purchased by gay men. From the late 1980s, a number of gay magazines and newspapers featured homoerotic nude or partially clothed male models but were not classified as pornography, for example Gay Times and QX Magazine. These have not been included here. See List of LGBT periodicals.
The following is a list of gay pornographic magazines, with country of publication and approximate period of publication, where available:
- Badi (Japan, 1994)
- Barazoku (Japan, 1971)
- "Black Inches". Mavety Media Group. ISSN 1084-2462. (U.S., launch 1996-2009), focused on African-American men
- "Blueboy". Global Media Group. ISSN 0279-3733. (U.S., 1975 - 3 issues, bimonthly July/August 1975–August/September 77, monthly November 1977 – 2007)
- Bound & Gagged (U.S., 1987 – 2005)
- Drum (U.S., 1964–1967), December 1965 issue was the first U.S. magazine to show male frontal nudity
- Freshmen (U.S., 1982-2009)
- G Magazine (Brazil, 1998–2014) (OCLC 45184945)
- Honcho (United States, April 1978 to November 2009)
- Mandate (U.S., monthly April 1975–October 2009), published by Mavety Media Group, Inc. (ISSN 0360-1005)
- Männer Aktuell (Germany, 1990s - present)
- "Men". Specialty Media. ISSN 1097-3370., U.S., monthly, October 1997 - November 2009, began as Advocate Men in June 1984
- Mister (out of print)
- Pinups Magazine
- Playguy (U.S., October 1976 – October 2009)
- Samson (Japan, 1982)
- Vulcan (UK), made famous in a High Court test case by serial killer Dennis Nilsen (out of print)
Marketed to heterosexual womenEdit
Marketed to lesbian womenEdit
- Honcho at Gay Erotic Archives
- Cheston, Paul (25 October 2001). "Mass killer fights for porn in jail". London Evening Standard. Evening Standard Ltd. Retrieved 20 October 2014.
- R. Thomas Umstead (2003-11-17). "A 'Playgirl' for Adult TV". Multichannel News. Retrieved 2009-02-08.
The new venture, Trans Digital Media LLC, will convert Blue Horizon's popular Playgirl magazine brand into Playgirl TV... Along with females, Graff also said the network will all tap an under served audience of homosexual men. 'Fifty percent of Playgirl's readership is male, so it's an interesting way of tapping into the gay market without having to scream, "We have a gay channel."'