What are the best porn magazines

Truth be told, there is much more imagination in a porn magazine than in a film. Millennials who are used to masturbating to 14 different Chrome tabs simultaneously may not understand this, but it’s the fucking truth. You see, porn magazine publishers have a way of approaching eroticism with quirk and inventiveness thus providing an artful and more thoughtful experience than their digital peers.

Are you wondering why anyone would look for a copy of a naked breast when millions are to be found online? Well, there are many reasons for that. How about a slower, more tactile masturbatory experience? Take a look at my selection below and see if you won’t change the way you consume porn.

Private

Private’s iconic magazine is one of the world’s famous hardcore publications. The collection was sadly recently ceased, but it will still provide plenty of valuable collector’s pieces, and it surprisingly makes my list of the best porn magazines. The camera work is mostly stellar; the models were always stunningly beautiful, and it covered all the top niches too.

18Eighteen

This is the kind of porno mag that you would find at your friend’s place and shamelessly steal it. It is one of the best-selling XXX magazines and for some good reasons. The magazine features a fantastic collection of hot young girls in explicit beautiful erotic photos almost on every page. If you are looking for teen galleries, this should be your magazine of choice. This kind of erotica never disappoints, and you should certainly grab a copy.

Finally Legal

Many porn magazines claim to present models aged not less than 18. Well, many of them are mostly lying, Legal tells the naked truth. Every naked photo after naked photo features amazing teens exposing their pussies and other parts of the body that you so much like. Expect loads of explicit images of naked young women, all of whom are hotter than the summer sun.

Hustler

First published by Larry Flynt in 1974, this magazine actually started as a way for Flynt to advertise his strip club business. The magazine steadily rose to a peak circulation of around 3 million despite experiencing a shaky start. That may have come down to 500k mainly due to the availability of porn on the internet, but the Hustler magazine was the first in the United States to feature explicit views of the female genitalia. If you want to see some pretty hardcore themes like toy play, penetration and group sex, this is the mag you should grab.

Phile

This one is a biannual publication that mostly deals with investigating sexual subcultures from a sociological point of view. Some of the content you will find on this Korean phenomenon includes interviews with ecosexuals and some of the weirdest and wonderful world of sexual fetishes, all brought to you in thought-provoking imagery.  There are articles, interviews, photo essays and creative writing which show how societies reject societal structures, thereby opening a door for sexual exploration. The magazine features a lovely print, elegant custom fonts and bound with unglued stitch binding. It’s the full package.

Math

I daresay that Math porn magazine is redefining pornography. According to Editor Mackenzie Peck, this mag is dedicated to sexual liberation. Apparently, she grew tired of the questions of consent and enjoyment for the participants which resulted in scenes she was not prepared to see or endorse. The result? A feminist porn magazine that provides a ‘safe space’ for people to explore and discover their sexuality. To quote Peck, “All I want is for porn to be for more people than just white dudes.”

Fluffer Everyday

If you are seeking an alternative to daunting, over-explicit internet porn, then Fluffer Everyday is what you are looking for. This Greek magazine wants to make your days feel naughty.  Published three times a year, this mag presents the sexy people we encounter daily in the belief that anyone can trigger feelings of fantasy and imagination (which I totally agree with). There is no explicit imagery; just penumbral portraits meant to encourage readers that you can create your own sensual narratives. Fluffer Everyday is all about these little fantasies that may become obsessions and everyday stuff that makes us horny. Call it soft porn or simply erotic art.

Just 18

Just 18 could be Finally Legal magazine’s naughty cousin, but featuring far more explicit images just the way you like them. Few adult magazines can beat Just 18 in terms of camerawork and picture layout. Many photographers can lose focus when there is such young beauty in front of them, but that doesn’t happen at Just 18 with every photo being an art of work. If you like the sight of young, naked girls, then this magazine perfectly suits your tastes.

Archer

This Australian publication is quite clearly a journal of sexual diversity. It was founded by Amy Middleton after she got frustrated by the mainstream stereotyping and the magazine subsequently focuses on gender and identity. Some of the topics you will find here include Aboriginal and gay, being queer and Buddhist, asexuality, masturbation, and so much more. Of course, you will get a fair share of explicit images as well.

PornDude’s final words

Those are some of the leading porn magazines in the erotic world. Grab yourself a copy of the one you feel appeals to your tastes and experience porn in a different way.

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