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"Traditional ideas about masculinity don't allow much space for consideration of men's anxieties about their bodies, their sex lives or their relationships, which is the stock in trade of lifestyle magazines.
This is by no means to argue that lads’ mags are a bastion of progressive gender politics, but rather that the roles they fulfill in the lives of their readers can't be so easily reduced to sexist pornography.
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Nuts is set to close down, 10 years after a debut that sent more established mens' magazines like FHM and Loaded reeling.
In a statement, managing director Paul Williams said: "After 10 years at the top of its market, we have taken the difficult decision to propose the closure of Nuts and exit the young men's lifestyle sector." Last year the title attracted attention when Co-op demanded that Nuts be distributed in 'modesty bags,' as with hardcore titles in newsagents, following a campaign to big retailers by a new group called ‘Lose the Lads' Mags’ (LTLM).
Nuts refused and Co-op declined to continue sticking the title, resulting in a loss of one-third of its newsstand circulation.
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