Men Only is a British soft-core pornographic magazine published by Paul Raymond since 1971. However, the title goes back to 1935 when it was founded by C. Arthur Pearson Ltd as a pocket magazine (115x165mm). It set out its editorial stall in the first issue: 'We don't want women readers. We won't have women readers...' It sought 'bright articles on current male topics'. In 1971, Paul Raymond, who ran night-clubs in London's Soho district, relaunched Men Only as the start of a 'top-shelf' publishing empire and it was the main competitor to Mayfair during the 1970s and 1980s (Raymond latterly took over Mayfair). Over the years, models featured in Men Only have also appeared in different photo-shoots in Club International (a title bought from IPC). The early issues of Men Only often contained serious articles and interviews, though since the 1980s these have largely been omitted. Photographers from the early years included Fred Enke and R.B. Kane, and more recently Bob Twigg.