Swank Magazine is an explicit magazine distributed in the United States and one of the most important in the XXX world. The first issue was dispatched by Victor Fox of Fox Comics in 1941 (and again in 1945) as a men’s way of life and centerfold magazine in the style of Esquire.
Around 1954–1955, it was relaunched by Martin Goodman, the originator of Marvel Comics, and showed zesty experience or fiction to any semblance of Ian Fleming, Graham Greene, Norman Mailer, and Arthur C. Clarke. Comedian Bruce Jay Friedman was an editor in the last part of the 1950s.
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Along with its sister title, Stag, Swank magazine was bought by the Magna Publishing Group in 1993. Following that acquisition, the format of Swank changed to include hardcore sex, such as the use of sex toys, lesbian sex, and sexual activities between men and women. There are also a series of DVDs and an official website produced under the Swank name. Magna Publishing Group was bought by 1-800-PHONESEX in 2015.
According to its current owner, Magna Publishing Group, Swank has been established for “over 65 years”. A men’s lifestyle title called Swank was launched in the early 1940s by Victor Fox.
In a 2002 article for The New York Times, Matthew Flamm wrote of the magazine’s genesis: “Swank can even draw a line to the same pulp publishing outfit – Martin Goodman’s Magazine Management Company – that in 1939 started the comic book publisher that eventually became Marvel Comics, and that in the 1950s and 1960s employed future novelists like Mario Puzo and Bruce Jay Friedman as writers and editors.
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Some of the most beautiful models of Swank Magazine are: Nikki Benz, Madison Ivy, Diamond Kitty, Nadia Nitro, Alanah Rae, Faye Reagan, Dylan Ryder Stacey Sarah, Jenna Jane, Nicole Ray, Keisha Grey, Leah Gotti, Natasha Nice, Megan Rain, Brooke Scott and more.
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