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Why are nudist magazines sold along side porn mags?

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mrj001:
So the other day I was in a book store and I was looking at the latest gaming magazine, PC Gamer I think it was and I noticed that in the top shelf where the Adults magazines are, were a couple of family orientated nudist/ naturist magazines.  I don’t get why just because magazines feature full frontal nudity of nudists of all ages should be placed next to Hustler, Club and Penthouse mags that show explicit sex of adults.

I think that nudist magazines should be sold with the lifestyle or travel mags.

Danee:

--- Quote from: AndrewH on September 11, 2010, 09:18:22 pm ---What store were you in? I've never even heard of naturist magazines being sold in stores, let alone alongside adult magazines. I always thought it was an online business.

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He is in Canada, Drew and I am not sure what each areas regulations are there. Perhaps others can enlighten? 

I know in Australia, they are sold in News Agents and I think, but am unsure, they are in the lifestyle sections there.  I guess it depends on each states views of it.  Only an Aussie knows for sure. 

If they are sold in the mens magazine area, they should not be but perhaps its also what the feeling is of the individual store owner?  I can not speak from knowledge.

-D

Lisa2408:
In Germany you can see and buy nudism magazines in every newspaper store and even a lot of petrol stations.
They are not in adult sections. Pornographic magazines such as for example The Hustler will be sealed in opaque film.
But Playboy and other equivalent magazines are freely available.

Dan:

--- Quote from: Danee on September 11, 2010, 10:03:54 pm ---He is in Canada, Drew and I am not sure what each areas regulations are there. Perhaps others can enlighten?
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Regulations? There's no regulations about top-shelfs, it's just a business decision.

Danee:

--- Quote from: Dan on September 12, 2010, 12:45:43 am ---
--- Quote from: Danee on September 11, 2010, 10:03:54 pm ---He is in Canada, Drew and I am not sure what each areas regulations are there. Perhaps others can enlighten?
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Regulations? There's no regulations about top-shelfs, it's just a business decision.

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It is not by area, or provincial jurisdiction, as it is in the U.S.?  Interesting.

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