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Bondage magazine

A bondage magazine is a publication that specializes in the depiction of sexual bondage or BDSM activities, either as photographs or drawings.

Bondage magazines first became popular in America in the 1970s. Publishers of bondage magazines included Harmony Concepts, Inc.[?] and the House of Milan[?].

Previously, "detective magazines" had covertly provided a way of publishing bondage imagery. There were also a very limited number of specialist magazines, such as the famous fetishistic magazine "Bizarre" published from 1946 to 1959 by the pioneering fetish photographer John Willie.

As of 2003, specialist bondage magazines are increasingly being displaced by the availability of bondage material on the World Wide Web, and the presence of bondage imagery in mainstream pornographic magazines.

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