girlie magazine

girlie magazine

A magazine containing pictures of nude or nearly nude women for the purpose of sexual titillation. You've gotta hide your girlie magazines better, dude—you don't want your mom to find them!
See also: girlie, magazine

girlie magazine

n. a magazine featuring pictures of nude women. The girlie magazines were hidden under the counter.
See also: girlie, magazine
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This evening he was watching a young local girl, a recent model in a girlie magazine, talk proudly about her beautiful body, saying, "I still want to be hot at 40." I turned around to face this ignorant model.
As Time noted in a cover story on Hefner at the height of his career--1972, when his magazine was selling 7 million copies a month--"He took the old-fashioned, shame-thumbed girlie magazine, stripped off the plain wrapper, added gloss, class and culture."
Even in the Philippines, the girlie magazine appeared for a few years before it folded up.
For example, Shane Warne has reacted to Adelaide woman Kim McGrath who sold her story on a date with the spin king to a glossy girlie magazine through social media and remarked that social media has helped him gain some control over what is being said and written about him.
The incessant pounding I can at least explain - it's my wife's birthday gift: a CD compilation of artistes who featured in 70s girlie magazine, Jackie.
So he was especially upset when he went to say goodnight to his 12-year-old son Peter one evening and walked in on the boy looking at a girlie magazine.
In one representative TV spot a hip-looking guy examines the centerfold in a girlie magazine. He then says with a laugh, "Nope, still gay," as an oversized red REJECTED BY EHARMONY graphic appears.
The Plumps, Lee Rous and Andy Gardner, decided to seek fame and glory after a girlie magazine called Plump, and they have been producing some pretty phat beats ever since.
Question: Did you hear about the new girlie magazine for married men?
Chief among the sordid discoveries Gordon makes is that HotDog, the humor journal her father wrote for in the 1920s, was a girlie magazine as well, loaded with cartoons of bare breasts and burns.
The legendary girlie magazine snapped her up and she appeared as the September, 1986, centrefold.
A female officer on the New York City police force did a nude photo session for a girlie magazine. The reporting of this event served only to reinforce the sex object stereotyping of women.
Like at the drugstore, where Jim is buying sanitary products for his teen daughter (much hilarity ensues, including from the cashier, who dishes about her own reproductive system, as cashiers so often do when you're checking out) and Lauren is trying to replace a centerfold she's ripped up from her son's girlie magazine.