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Men's magazine

This is a list of magazines primarily marketed to men. The list has been split into subcategories according to the target audience of the magazines. This list includes both 'adult' magazines as well as more mainstream ones. Not included here are automobile and gadget magazines, many of which are primarily aimed towards men.

General male audience

These publications appeal to a broad male audience. Some skew toward men's fashion, others to health. Most are marketed to a particular age and income demographic. In the U.S., some are marketed mainly to a specific ethnic group, such as African Americans or Hispanics.

Online Focused Men's Magazines

  • Egorazzi
  • BLNDmagazine
  • United Kingdom Shortlist
  • Spotsify Magazine
  • Topline Magazine
  • Selectism Magazine
  • Life'd Magazine
  • Men's Weekly Magazine
  • LifeIvy Magazine
  • AskMen Magazine
  • Stylepilot
  • The Good Men Project
  • LifeisCrunchy Magazine
  • How to Grow a Moustache: Grooming/Fashion/Style/Travel

Ethnic men's magazines

African/Afro-Caribbean American men's magazines

Latin American men's magazines

Gay male audience

Also refer to List of LGBT periodicals

Lads' mags

Lads', Lads, or Laddie mags (magazines) (known exclusively as men's magazines in English-speaking North America) contain non-nude photography (or bare-breasted photography in the case of some British "lads' mags"), accompanied by articles about women (usually models or actresses); consumer stories about cars, tools, toys, music, TV and film, sports, foods, alcoholic beverages; or "guy tales" of sexual encounters.

Pornographic magazines

These publications contain content of a sexual nature including nude photography.

Sports magazines

See also

References

Bibliography

  • Betrock, Alan. Pin-up mania! : the golden age of men's magazines, 1950-1967. Brooklyn, N.Y. : Shake Books, 1993.
  • Jackson, Peter, Nick Stevenson, and Kate Brooks. Making sense of men's magazines. Cambridge, UK : Polity Press ; Malden, Mass. : Blackwell Publishers, 2001.
  • Stibbe, Arran. "Health and the Social Construction of Masculinity in Men's Health Magazine." Men and Masculinities 7.1 (July 2004), pp. 31–51. Abstract.

External links

  • Calcutt, Andrew. Changing the Subject: from the Gentleman’s Magazine to GQ and Barack Obama at maglab.org.uk (November 2009)
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