Justice Weekly

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Justice Weekly was a popular Canadian tabloid magazine that was published weekly from 1946 until 1973.[1] It was based in Toronto, Ontario.[1] It featured news about Canadian and International criminal justice cases and issues concerned with punishment (especially corporal punishment) in institutional and domestic environments. Copies of all or part are still present in a few libraries.[2][3]

Justice Weekly also featured considerable erotically-oriented content particularly concerned with discipline and cross-dressing themes of particular interest to fetishism enthusiasts. Several selections of such content have been separately printed [4][5] It ceased publication when its publisher retired.

A volume has since been published calling itself a "stylistic but uncensored tribute to the legendary Justice Weekly, which featured some of the best letters ever written on these subjects" [6]


  1. ^ a b ""Justice Weekly: The story of a Canadian tabloid"". Media McGill. 15 November 2011. Retrieved 8 July 2016.
  2. ^ WorldCat item record
  3. ^ WorldCat item record for microfilm at the British Library
  4. ^ Farrer, Peter. Cross Dressing Since the War: Selections from Justice Weekly 1955-1972 WorldCat item entry
  5. ^ Selected Letters from Justice Weekly: Discipline, Corporal Punishment, Spanking, Palm, Birch, Strap, Teenage, Husbands, Wives: Actual Letters of Case Histories, Petticoat Discipline, Etc. Toronto: Justice Weekly, 1965.WorldCat item record
  6. ^ Panties, Pinnies & Petties. Chicago: Ill, 1995 WorldCat item record