How GQ Portugal is changing the face of men’s magazines one issue at a time

Men’s lifestyle magazines are not what they used to be. Gone are the days when publications had little more than gadgets, scantily clad women and articles on how to fix up your man cave, with leading titles increasingly delving into the male psyche and dealing with weighty topics like depression, trans rights and toxic masculinity.

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