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Bizarre was a British alternative magazine published from to Bizarre was launched as a bimonthly title by John Brown Publishing in February   and was edited by Fiona Jerome. It was an immediate success and changed to monthly issuance a year after its launch. On 28 February it was announced, via the magazine's social media s, that Bizarre was in the early stages of making its return, both physically and online, under entirely new ownership.
To date, no further details have been announced regarding the magazine's reboot. Bizarre covered alternative culture through interviews with counterculture personages, and articles about the OccultLGBT culture and drugfetish and other subcultures. It also reviewed the Sex bizare magazine. of avant-garde directors, musicians, authors and visual artists. The magazine's news coverage included unusual news events from around the world; development and impact of legislation concerning censorshipcivil libertiessex offences and occasionally, incidents of human rights abuses.
Articles in Bizarre examined the Manchester police's Operation Spanner ofRegulation of Investigatory Powers ActBritish legislation banning " extreme pornography " and the Terrorism Act After the murder of Sophie Lancaster inBizarre campaigned for awareness of bigotry against people who exhibit some form of cultural deviance. Like lad magsissues of Bizarre commonly featured a semi-nude female model on the front cover and reviews of weird gadgets, films, music and websites. Earlier issues of Bizarre included a sealed section featuring censored pornography, in which images of anuses, genitalia, semen and sex acts were obscured.
The censorship was self-imposed to avoid alienating mainstream newsagent's shops and booksellers. Brook, Stephen 3 December The Guardian. This article is about the British alternative magazine. For the mid-century American fetish magazine, see John Willie.
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