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CORSET is the go-to magazine for all things sexuality.
We embrace human curiosity.
We honor sensuality.
We celebrate sex.

And we want you to join our movement.

Our magazine is a revolutionary force for empowering, comfortable, and inspiring dialogue about sex. It’s a space for ordinary people to contribute and discuss their desires, questions, and curiosities on their roads to sexual empowerment.

It’s the place where women have their inner sexual thoughts heard, where men can be tender and express their sexual hang-ups, where LGBT readers can experience affirmation, where sex workers and human trafficking activists can strategize for dual-sided legislative protections, where people, in general, can speak and feel respected.

CORSET is the people’s desire for dialogue, manifested. It’s a seed in a growing movement and much needed mainstream shift in sexual consciousness.

Download each issue. Spread the word. Support our movement. We’ve finally arrived.

What Our Readers Say…

“Corset Magazine is revolutionary for women.” ~ Jade O.

“I got a chance to take an in-depth look at both issues of CORSET last night when I got home from work. When I opened them on my iPad I found them both visually stunning. The content challenged me as a reader and as a person who is confident in her sexuality and sensuality.” ~ Leesa S.

“Remarkable. So positive, edgy, and stunning.” ~ Jenna O.

“I’ve enjoyed the CORSET experience, and I am not even completely through the first issue. Never have I seen the subject of sex handled with such poise and passion…Not once through reading some of the honest stories did I feel uncomfortable or preached to. Although I was educated. I didn’t feel belittled or like I was being taught. Reading CORSET was like having a casual conversation among friends that share the same ideas and values I have about sex. The stories in CORSET both challenge me and comfort me at the same time.” ~ Natoya B.

“My partner and I love your magazine! Corset is noticeably and positively not a magazine with men at the helm, and yet it is very intentional in its even-handedness. I hope that as the word spreads, men, women (and all in-between and beyond genders) of different sexual and relationship orientations will recognize its great value and broad appeal.” ~ Daddi Cole and soko, Sex Positive Works