City Journal puts men’s magazines under the microscope, and doesn’t like what it sees:
In a tough media environment, men’s magazines are suffering more than most. Some—notably, Playboy and Esquire—appear to have decided that appealing primarily to men is no longer the best way forward.
Yeah, good luck with that, assholes, and watch your readership (and business) disappear. Good-bye and good riddance.
Come to think of it, this humble website offers more to men than any of the glossy so-called “men’s” magazines. On these electronic pages can be found pictorials of topics wanted by men: guns, cars, women, food, booze and articles including straightforward political discussion, cultural content — such as the occasional review of movies, music and fine art — and even historical analysis, all on a daily (not monthly or quarterly) basis. Oh, and no ads.
And it’s free, except for voluntary contributions (thankee).