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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!
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girlie magazine

n. a magazine featuring pictures of nude women. The girlie magazines were hidden under the counter.
See also: girlie, magazine
McGraw-Hill's Dictionary of American Slang and Colloquial Expressions Copyright © 2006 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved.
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Wife Witches: A band of evil wives have invaded your duck camp intent on burning your girly magazines and replacing your beef jerky with low-fat yogurt and tofu.
I find myself fantasising about women I meet on the bus or in the street and sometimes I'm late for work because I'm looking at girly magazines at home.
I have my girly magazines all over my desk, photos of all my friends; I have Out.com and BeaverLodgeLoca11504.org bookmarked so when IT searches they know what I'm up to.
As Dian Hanson explains in The History of Girly Magazines (Taschen),"Women's legs were objects of great mystery and by extension desire in the age of floor-sweeping skirts.
Girly magazines championed 'metrosexual icons' like David Beckham, and now 81 per cent of UK males think society has feminised men.
In an effort to stir him into action she buys girly magazines and dresses in sexy lingerie but with limited success.
How could this kid with a 55 IQ know to swipe girly magazines and hide them in his underwear drawer?
(He himself avows that his influences range from Bosch and Delacroix to girly magazines, carnival art, and, of course, comix.) And if the form of his vision is a slap in the face, its substance is a finger down the throat.
The antics of Kerry Katona - that current-bun faced, former pop star and lap dancer - are followed slavishly by girly magazines and satellite TV channels.
Leonard Rogers, 35, who sells sandwiches to news-agents, turned to the sex trade when he saw girly magazines selling faster than ham pieces.