Leg Show

Leg Show was a fetish-oriented adult magazine published in the United States from 1980 to 2012. The magazine featured photographs and fiction focused on women's legs and feet, often in stockings, high heels, or other fetish wear.Image:leg-show-sample-cover

The magazine's content was largely aimed at men with a foot or leg fetish, and included photography by well-known fetish photographers such as Eric Kroll and Charles Gatewood, as well as models well-known in the fetish scene.

Despite its niche appeal, Leg Show gained a considerable following and became a mainstream success during the 1990s. The magazine was favored by both men and women who were interested in exploring their foot and leg fetishes.

In addition to photographs, Leg Show also featured erotic fiction written exclusively for the magazine, as well as interviews with notable figures from the fetish and adult entertainment communities. The magazine was also known for its annual "Leg Show 500" feature, which ranked the most attractive legs in America.

Leg Show faced criticism from some quarters, with some arguing that the magazine objectified women and promoted the sexualization of women's bodies. However, many women in the entertainment industry also admired the magazine and helped to promote it, including actress and burlesque performer Dita Von Teese.

Leg Show ceased publication in 2012, citing declining sales, changing consumer habits, and the rise of the internet as factors contributing to the magazine's demise. Despite its controversial nature, Leg Show remains an important part of the history of adult magazines in the United States.{{Categories}}

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