Fetish magazine

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A fetish magazine is a type of magazine originating in the 1960s which is devoted to sexual fetishism. The content is generally aimed at being erotic rather than pornographic. Much of the content in fetish magazines is baffling to people who do not share the particular fetishes discussed and depicted.

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:[1] she identified rubberwear magazines as the most popular at the time.[2]

Rubberist magazines[edit]

Bondage magazines[edit]

Spanking magazines[edit]

  • Blushes
  • Februs
  • Janus
  • Kane
  • Phoenix

Femdom magazines[edit]

  • Forced Womanhood
  • Whap!
  • Cruella
  • Domination Directory International
  • The Vault[3][4]
  • Black and Blue[5]
  • Corporal
  • Dominant Mystique[6][7]
  • Fetish World
  • Capitulation

Cultural magazines[edit]

Other[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Anne Borrowdale (Mar 1982). "Pornography - a different approach". Third Way (Hymns Ancient & Modern Ltd) 5 (3): 10. 
  2. ^ Slade, Joseph W. (2001). Pornography and sexual representation: a reference guide. Pornography and Sexual Representation 2. Greenwood Publishing Group. p. 401. ISBN 0-313-31520-5. 
  3. ^ Lindemann, Danielle J. (2012-10-03). Dominatrix: Gender, Eroticism, and Control in the Dungeon. University of Chicago Press. ISBN 9780226482569. 
  4. ^ Varrin, Claudia (2002-01-01). A Guide to New York's Fetish Underground. Citadel Press. ISBN 9780806523781. 
  5. ^ Varrin, Claudia (2002-01-01). A Guide to New York's Fetish Underground. Citadel Press. ISBN 9780806523781. 
  6. ^ "DOMINANT MYSTIQUE Vol. 18, No. 08 by - Alta-glamour.com - To Preserve, Protect, and Provide". www.alta-glamour.com. Retrieved 2015-09-18. 
  7. ^ Varrin, Claudia (2002-01-01). A Guide to New York's Fetish Underground. Citadel Press. ISBN 9780806523781.