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Erotic Review is a monthly UK-based lifestyle publication. Covering eroticism and sex-related topics, it was first published in as a print magazine, migrating to an eZine format in June In addition to the monthly magazine, available to paying subscribers as a virtual flipbook or a downloadable PDFthe magazine's website featured blogs and reviews available free of charge.
Mid Teh erotic review was decided to change the format once again, dispense with the flipbook and subscriptions and make all current columns, articles and reviews free of charge and so accessible to all. Erotic Review comprises feature articles, fiction, photography portfolios and a review section, taking a literary approach to eroticism and sexuality. It was created by first editor Jamie Maclean, who ceded control to Rowan Pelling in Pelling staged a management buyout from the Erotic Print Society inafter a successful tenure that saw circulation figures rise to 30, In late Erotic Review was sold again, this time to a top-shelf magazine publisher.
When the new management attempted to transfer the editorial team to the Penthouse offices in Surrey, they reed en masseand Pelling was replaced as editor by Penthouse UK's sub editor Catasha Kin. Edward Timon, who had been hired as deputy editor under Kin, took over as Editor-in-Chief at the end of as part of a deal to revive another well-known British publication, Forum - The International Journal of Human Relations ; successfully negotiating a deal with publisher Q3 to take on monthly magazine Forum only if Erotic Review could also be revived as a quarterly publication.
Timon revamped ER to be less elitist, aimed at the emerging neo-libertarian audiences who were feeding the Burlesque cabaret revival in the UK at the time. He reduced the size of the publication to A5 a format he termed as 'hand bag sized' and ificantly increased the count.
He laid out the blueprint for a fully online offering of freely available content, with some also available for purchase. Utilising the global nature of the internet, printing was moved from Spain to Hong Kong allowing for ificant savings to be achieved, despite the need to have the magazine flown to Dubai and then shipped to Felixstowe.
The relaunch edition, Edition 69, featured burlesque performer Miss Lily White on the cover and a book review by famous comedian and raconteur Barry Humphries. Timon emphasised not only the need for a younger fresher audience without having to 'dumb down' but also vigorously supported sexual freedom campaigners such as Tuppy Owens and the Erotic Awards arguing that with the privilege of titillation came the responsibility to educate and to defend all people's right to feel erotic and engage in their sexuality, regardless of class, income, or physical ability.
Timon's campaign for new editorial assistance received attention from the Financial Times ' Clay Harris, in the Mudlark media column for seeking staff who "must embody pure sunshine"  Over the next two years the ER readership steadily grew, while Forum ' s stagnated, until the then publisher of Attitude magazine, Trojan, purchased the titles Teh erotic review took on the entire staff of Q3. He requested to be released from his obligations under Forum magazine to concentrate on Erotic Review.
Birks, in her own style, tried to make the magazine more mainstream, "not just for the toffee-nosed or the literary". A second relaunch took place inwhen Erotic Review was purchased by one of its longest serving contributors, writer and broadcaster Kate Copstick. Lisa Moylett sold the magazine to Jamie Maclean, its original founder, in Retrieved 5 October Retrieved 6 September Retrieved 21 February : Erotica magazines published in the United Kingdom Monthly magazines published in the United Kingdom Magazines established in Hidden : Webarchive template wayback links Use dmy dates from July Namespaces Article Talk.
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