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JADE

JADE The International Erotic Art & Literature Magazine

JADE exists to promote and foster new and established talent from the erotic art world, especially members of The Erotic Art Society. The ethos of the magazine is to present to a wider, mature and appreciative audience both new and established talents in the world of erotica for the pleasure of mature adults.

JADE is NOT a 'lads' jerk-off magazine' - the magazine sets out to present written, photographic and artistic erotica and the human form in a genuine and sensual manner which appeals to mature adults, across a wide range of genres and themes and in an adult manner.

JADE is a monthly celebration of eroticism and we have, from our very first issue, taken the editorial decision NOT to include irrelevant articles, advice columns or other off-topic editorial material. Advertising space, too, is kept to an absolute minimum and is discreetly confined to the 'back pages' of each issue and not scattered through the magazine.

It is our goal, and that of our very talented contributors, to ensure our readers are given a truly sensual experience as they are taken on a fresh, unhurried and pleasurably erotic journey through each issue.

JADE was launched in 2001 as a printed publication and is the only erotica magazine published in the UK (by a small, fully independent publisher) to be awarded membership of The Guild of Erotic Artists. It has consistently improved, moving from 48 pages when it began to 76 pages in 2007 and boasting over 100 pages an issue today.

JADE has become the leading erotica-only magazine (free of reams of specious advertising) published within the UK and has established itself as the magazine of choice for intelligent and mature readers, seeking genuine erotic content rather than porn and wall-to-wall adverts.

In April 2008, at the start of its 7th year, JADE moved to a monthly, full colour, high resolution, PDF download format and the printed version ceased production after 40 issues.

In April 2015 JADE was named the 'official' magazine of the Guild of Erotic Artists. However in the summer of 2017 the Guild ceased and JADE returned to being an independent magazine and the home of the newly formed Erotic Art Society.

Alongside our erotic literature we present galleries of sensual images from members of The Erotic Art Society and many of the most talented male and female photographers and artists in the world today. The erotica published in JADE encompasses all genres and types of photography, art and literature from solo males and females, male/female, female/female, group, male/male, through to gothic, fetish, bondage, retro, bizarre and everything in between in what is often described as both 'soft' and 'hard core'.

JADE does NOT publish off-subject features (such as lifestyle articles about cars or sport or fashion), however, we do include various articles about and concerning erotica and the erotic. Contributions for these slots are most welcome. The magazine also has a minimal advertising policy and you will never see things such as telephone sex adverts and pill sales. Visit the 'Comments and Reviews' page to see what other lovers of fine erotica have to say about the magazine - you may soon be adding your voice to theirs.

JADE is published monthly and is ONLY available by subscription as a high resolution full colour PDF download, accessed by unique password. It is not a ‘mass-market’ publication and is not available in the shops or from third parties. The magazine is high resolution, full colour (except where black and white images are supplied by contributors), and features erotic fiction, personal stories (fact and fiction), confessions and memoirs, erotic, nude, glamour, fetish, hardcore and fine art photography, and illustrations from men and women on all adult themes of an erotic and sensual nature.

All subscriber versions of the magazine incorporate copy and print protection, so you will be unable to copy or print the magazine in its final format. This is to prevent copyright infringement of contributors' work.

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To visit JADE's website pages and find out more please click here.