This is a list of pornographic magazines or erotic magazine , adult magazine — magazines that contain content of a sexual nature and are typically considered to be pornography. For inclusion in this list, pornographic magazines must be, or have been, widely available as a printed publication and contain hardcore or softcore images. Gay pornographic magazines, sometimes known as adult magazines or gay sex magazines, contain content of a sexual nature, typically regarded as pornography , that relates to men having sex with men. Such publications provide photographs or other illustrations of nudity and sexual activities, including oral sex , anal sex , and other various forms of such activities. These magazines primarily serve to stimulate sexual thoughts and emotions. Some magazines are very general in their variety of illustrations, while others may be more specific and focus on particular activities or fetishes.
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A subset of these men who have sex with men, or MSM, live lives that are, in all respects other than their occasional homosexual encounters, quite straight and traditionally masculine — they have wives and families, they embrace various masculine norms, and so on. They are able to, in effect, compartmentalize an aspect of their sex lives in a way that prevents it from blurring into or complicating their more public identities. Sociologists are quite interested in this phenomenon because it can tell us a lot about how humans interpret thorny questions of identity and sexual desire and cultural expectations. But not all straight MSM have gotten the same level of research attention.