Headquartered in Brooklyn and made in collaboration with editors and contributors all over the world, we are always seeking new perspectives on lust, love, and sex.
From vintage films and Instagram feeds to modern art and cam sites, we find inspiration everywhere. With a passion for re-envisioning porn through depictions of desires that are often sought but rarely seen, we celebrate sex and sexuality with a special attention to quality, narrative, playfulness, nuance, passion, and variety. Math Magazine maintains a dedication to highlighting an array of genders, an assortment of bodies, and a bouquet of beauty types in every issue.
We are passionate about finding new sexual narratives and highlighting desires and bodies too often neglected in mainstream media. As an independent, female-owned business dedicated to the production of ethical, diverse, and sex–positive media we employ altruistic practices. Through each issue, we hope to help eradicate shame and encourage readers to experiment, explore, and learn about different desires.
"Recently, I received a strange magazine in the mail. The bright-red, glossy cover bore a single word: Math. What was this mysterious Math magazine? I opened it and found, to my surprise, that it was full of porn. Luminous naked bodies filled the pages in artsy photo spreads and erotic illustrations. ... [Read More]
The Creators Project
From the well-worn erotic sculptures of the Greeks and Romans, to the sticky pages of the Kama Sutra, to the Lacanian labyrinth of porn sites, smut has come quite a long way over thousands of years, as have the ways in which we enjoy it. ...[Read More]
THE HUFFINGTON POST
From the outside, Math Magazine looks more like a vintage textbook or old-school medical journal than a porn magazine. And that’s exactly the point. “Our discreet design and name allow readers, also known as Mathletes, to inconspicuously look at pornography in public ..." [Read More]
Unlike most porn producers, we aren’t selling you an unobtainable fantasy," she says. In her eyes, this approach translates into more meaningful sexual experiences and relationships in general. "Through empathy, communication, and trust we can find what we need in love and lust." Peck hopes that one day her magazine will no longer be seen as rebellious. [Read More]
It’s a chilly day in Williamsburg, but it’s warm and cozy inside this small apartment. MacKenzie Peck – twenty-eight-year-old freelance designer by day, feminist pornographer of her quarterly Math Magazine by night – has just shot naked for her own feature, on a rooftop wearing nothing but ... [Read More]
Sex Out Loud PODCAST with Tristan Taormino
Join award winning author, speaker, sex educator and filmmaker Tristan Taormino as she explores the world of sexuality from every angle. Open your mind and expand your erotic horizons. [Listen Here]