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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: she identified rubberwear magazines as the most popular at the time.

Rubberist magazines

  • AtomAge
  • Dressing for Pleasure
  • Marquis
  • «O»
  • Shiny International
  • Skin Two
  • Bondage magazines

  • Centurian Bondage
  • Bizarre
  • Exotique
  • Bondage in the Buff
  • Bondage Photographer
  • Spanking magazines

  • Blushes
  • Februs
  • Janus
  • Kane
  • Phoenix
  • Femdom magazines

  • Forc
  • ed Womanhood
  • Whap!
  • Cruella
  • Domination Directory International
  • The Vault
  • Black and Blue
  • Corporal
  • Dominant Mystique
  • Fetish World
  • Capitulation
  • Cultural magazines

  • Fet-X
  • KFS Magazine
  • Other

  • Splosh! -- wet and messy fetishism
  • Girl in the Fishnet! -- fishnet fetishism
  • Leash Magazine -- Canadian Fetish and BDSM Magazine
  • Whiplash -- Canadian Fetish and BDSM Magazine
  • Smoke Signals -- smoking fetishism magazine
  • Wet Set Magazine -- An Australian Omorashi magazine
  • Modern Dungeon Quarterly - Fetish dungeon magazine
  • Von Gutenberg - Canadian Fetish magazine
  • Bedeseme Magazine - Spanish Fetish and BDSM magazine
  • Fetish Chat - Different Fetishes


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