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The Magazine: The Tenderloin’s Awesome Vintage Magazine Shop

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Thanks to Paula W. for the photo

Wow I’m really amazed people don’t talk about this one more, it’s definitely one of those places that deserves mention in as many conversations as possible. It literally has one of the biggest archives of porno mags I’ve ever seen, and what’s remarkable is the sheer variety. If you’re into is 18 year old Inuit virgins in clown suits, being drenched in hot coffee, there’s a 97% chance that The Magazine has what you’re looking for. Sure this store has old fishing and baking magazines and shit for like 35 cents, but who cares about that when there are back issues of Juggs? If you don’t dig this place, you seriously have no soul (or a strong aversion to dirty old pervs).

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photo from Martin R. on yelp

 

The Magazine
920 Larkin @ Cedar (near Geary)
[The Tenderloin]

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1 Comment

  1. Cherise Addy
    May 17, 2012 at 4:20 pm

    Great information 🙂