Kwik is one of the vintage magazines we offer you here. It was started in the 1960s under the guise of a newspaper. The content consisted of gossip articles concerning famous or unknown stars, court cases, social events, interspersed with advice articles on medicine and body care. A number of themes that were broached were often given an extra erotic touch. In the late 1960s, Kwik along with Zondagsnieuws occupied a dominant position in this market segment. In the 1970s, the publication format of both Kwik and Zondagsnieuws transitioned from newspaper to magazine. In 1998, this publication was discontinued.
Kwik is intended for a very wide audience; the texts are entertaining and often funny; the ideal read for when you want to take your mind off things for a while. You cannot call it an erotic magazine but rather a gossip magazine with erotica. If possible, there will be the necessary and unnecessary nudity woven into the articles, thus the sexual nature of the magazine is unmistakable. The newspaper ‘De Morgen’, in its article on Kwik, refers to it as one of the Vintage magazines as ‘the nearly-naked magazine’. In this sense, the content can rather be described as exciting sensuality, because precisely not everything is exposed.
Thus, you will find an article on Perelli’s illustrious nude calendar, a housewife’s erotic testimonials, how to have safe sex, the beach of Saint-Tropez, photo models telling how Christmas is celebrated in their homeland, a wet t-shirt contest, naughty but good, the big porn debate, etc. Every now and then, you will find an article that deals with the topic of sex in an instructive way.
To be a purely erotic magazine, ‘Kwik’ contains too many editorials
Kwik is a very special magazine.