It's a man's world: men's adventure magazines : the postwar pulps

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Feral House, May 1, 2003 - Antiques & Collectibles - 287 pages
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"It's a Mans World" explores a time when magazines like "Argosy" and "True" flourished, along with their more sexually charged counterparts such as "Stag" and "For Men Only." The book is both an art gallery and a lively history, profiling the magazines' themes of bondage and S/M, racism, and sexism. 180 photos, 120 in color.

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Review: It's a Man's World: Men's Adventure Magazines, the Postwar Pulps

User Review  - Don - Goodreads

Jolly good fun; a heady mix of bizarre homo-eroticism and 50s and 60s prejudices. Read full review

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User Review  - DR Haney - Goodreads

When I was a toddler, I was babysat by a middle-aged neighbor couple, and the husband had a collection of old magazines with covers that, as I later remembered them, featured bikini-clad Nazi chicks ... Read full review

Contents

THE ORIGINS OF MENS ADVENTURE MAGAZINES
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EVEN THE RHINOS WERE NYMPHOS
13
THROW EM A FEW HOT WORDS
18
Copyright

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About the author (2003)

Since his influential collection, Apocalypse Culture, was first released in 1987, the award-winning writer Adam Parfrey has been credited for discovering and revealing the inner workings of cults and unusual pop culture histories. With "Love, Sex, Fear, Death," Parfrey has captured the cooperation of primary players in the most secretive and talked about cult of our time.