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In the mid-thirties, Charles Guyette, the New York fetish photographer and seller of BDSM paraphernalia, began contributing material and placing discreetly worded ads for his more risque photo-sets.
A decade later, Irving Klaw, another New York purveyor of fetish erotica, also began advertising in the magazine.
This particular brand of fetish magazine gradually emerged as an offshoot of the many broader-based kink/BDSM publications that existed on the outer fringe of the print industry.
Photo Bits (1898-1914) was the first British pin-up magazine.
One rare exception is Robert Harrison's mainstream girlie magazines, particularly Wink.
Harrison put out five other pin-up periodicals, but took a chance with Wink by including images of fetishism, with women in bondage, handling whips or being spanked.
Letters from readers discussed various fetishes, including flagellation and caning.A spanking magazine is a commercial erotic or pornographic magazine for adults with spanking fetish related contents.Spanking photographs and artwork have been used to illustrate countless fetish-oriented magazines (on bondage, domination, slave-training, etc.) since the late 1940s.In New York in the late 1940s, underground publishers began to covertly produce alternate lifestyle magazines that contained a mix of prose, illustrations, and photographs. and Connoisseur catered to readers interested in bondage, domestic discipline, cross-dressing (voluntary and forced), pony play, dominant females (Femdom), and rubber and leather fetish attire.Taking the concept of London Life a step further, magazines such as Ultra ("wrestling gals, bizarre fads, exotic fashions"), Masque, T. Unique ("For Lovers of the Unusual") is a typical example from the '50s.