The company was controlled by Brian Fisk. Its first editor was David Campbell, and its first deputy editor was Graham Masterton.
Its second editor mayfaid Woman's Own veteran Kenneth Bound. As well as nudes, Mayfair featured short stories and serious articles on such "male" interests as classic cars, trains, and military history.
In its early years, one regular contributor of fiction and nonfiction was American author William S. Burroughs who became an associate of Masterton's; Masterton later gave Burroughs a posthumous co-author credit on his novel Rules of Duel.
A regular feature for many years was Quest, "the laboratory of human response", interviews purportedly with massge sex sugar land people each issue featuring separate conversations with two women and one man, and mafair couples about sex matters, and graphic descriptions of sexual encounters. Graham Masterton initially wrote Quest as fiction, but later interviewed real people to inform the article.
InMayfair took over rival King, which had been launched ininitially with backing maygair Paul Raymond. For many years, this was from the year, e.
Ina separate and nominally annual Best of Mayfair supplement was introduced, reprinting the full photo sets and other items. This was followed in by a similar Girls of Summer supplement.
In AugustMayfair featured the regular comic-strip adventures Beautiful women seeking casual sex Gillam "Carrie" with story and fully painted artwork by Don Lawrence. The strip ran for two s babees month for most issues over the next 17 years. Don Lawrence left at the end ofand Mario Capaldi drew the strip from January to May In JuneSteve Kingston took over.
Most of the models featured were "girl next door" types whom the accompanying text claimed to be new to such work. Their pictures would be accompanied by descriptions of their everyday babrs and jobs, including that of telephonistssecretariesshopkeepersetc. 3 girls were also regular features.
Some of the early ones would appear full frontal tabloid papers such as The Sun only featured topless imagesbut bwbes the late s most such as Samantha Fox and Maria Whittaker would only do topless appearances. Occasionally couples, male Milf contacts Amadora female models and sets of two or more girls together though lesbianism was usually implied rather than made obvious were featured.
However, Bound persuaded Maxwell to let him mount a management buyout, instead.
Paul Raymond Publications era[ edit ] The change of ownership and the appointment of Stephen Bleach as editor led to more explicitness, more girl-on-girl material, and a focus on established models, mostly with large-breasted figures. The detailed description of the girls' "everyday lives" gave way to explicit descriptions of their sex lives.
The serious content was gradually dropped in favour of an approach more akin to mainstream magazines such as Loadedwhile the male interviewees in Quest were dropped in favour of more extreme female-only contributions, including lesbianism. Mayfair also has a digital identity, appearing babds the official Paul Raymond website paulraymond.
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Bans[ edit ] In common with many soft-core publications, Mayfair was specifically banned in Ireland in and remained so until successfully appealed along with four Lonely wives Novi chapel Paul Raymond titles on 21 November Nevertheless, Reid babds appeared in a of other glamour magazines sometimes using the pseudonym of "Trixie Buckingham"as well as acting under the name Louise Germaine, notably in Dennis Potter's Lipstick on Your Collar and Midnight Movie.
The contents below  is representative of this format: Mayfair Male — This section contains letters from readers. Mayfair Presents — A profile of a model or porn star, looking at how she got into the industry, and how and who! Often, the model starts the set fully dressed and ends up fully naked.
The final photo shoot in the magazine is a classic shoot that is taken from a issue of the magazine, typically from the s or early '90s. A single- comic strip, "Ms.
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Fortune" by Gabrielle Noble, has featured since Since acquiring ownership in AugustPaul Chaplin writes the monthly editorial column, complemented by his own photo shoot of current glamour models. Chaplin has also implemented an editorial change in bringing in more mainstream tabloid 3 models for shoots.
Featured models past and present[ edit ] Joanie Allum wife of photographer John Allum, she later became a glamour photographer  .