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David Naylor's simple truth may be the best explanation of the looming demise of the Australian men's magazine. Anachronism: Magazines peddling the tired old format of glamour models and quirky stories belong in a different era. A veteran editor who served generations of Australian men on their sometimes solitary reading odyssey, Naylor watched them move from barbershop weeklies such as Australasian Post and Pix to the pretensions and soft porn of Playboy and then embrace the hardish porn of PenthousePeople and The Picturebefore being force-fed an insipid British variation called the "lad's magazine".

The magazines' five-decade trajectory once saw more thanAustralian men shell out money each week to look at pictures of naked or semi-naked women, read stories about UFOs and sharks or interviews with Erica Jong, John Lennon and Yoko Ono, or Steve Jobs. On Thursday, the latest issue of Zoo Weekly was offering stories about Emma Rose, an mags post porn stunner proves why she was too hot for The Bachelor ", and a "shocking pic" of somebody with two right feet.

Audit Bureau of Circulations figures this week showed Zoo Weekly sales had plummeted from 47, to 32, copies over the past year. Surely the last days of the lad's magazine are near. Indeed, mag porn, both lite and heavy, has become so yesteryear that Zoo's publishers, Bauer Media, no longer bother listing the circulation of other laddish magazines, People and The Picture.

Bauer Media does however proudly list readership figures and claims The Picture internet "engagement" attracts 62 million, but the truth is the porn that was the staple of such magazines is now prevalent on the internet. It is a sort of laptop lap dance that is both free and, being on video, far more visceral.

David Naylor says the magazine genre's other staples, gossip and weird stories, are also instantly available on the internet, by the cubic tonne. And young Australian blokes were never 'l' anyway. When the barbershop weeklies gave ground to the more high-tone porn of Playboy and Penthouse in the s, the Australian versions were edited by journalists with no experience in the skin trade.

And somehow in the s when I worked at Playboy I realised what many men my age realised, that the magazine itself was, well, a little dated and daggy. But for me, it was still fun to work for. For years, Queensland's unique censorship laws kept the men's magazines extraordinarily profitable.

Metres south of the Queensland border with NSW, the side streets of Tweed He were littered with shops selling pornography that attracted heavy patronage from visiting Queenslanders, mostly male. Some publishers put out special Queensland editions.

Jarratt recalls flying to Brisbane to make contrite noises to censors to ensure follow-up issues would not also be banned. Now writing books and running a surf industry business in Noosa He, Jarratt says he sometimes looks at old issues of Playboy and Penthouse that he worked on and can hardly believe his eyes.

David Naylor remembers concern at the endless rise in advertisements for video pornography and thinking the magazines risked becoming a turn-off for young men. Amendment: The Picture was not published until but Olszewski was talking generally about the decline of the genre which he, and two other editors, said hit its big circulation figures in the s.

Australian men's magazines are tired and dying. Please try again later. The Sydney Morning Herald. By Damien Murphy August 23, — Save Log inregister or subscribe to save articles for later.

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