NEW DELHI, February 8, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --
It's a tell-all, steamy issue you cannot afford to miss. After a first-of-its-kind 'moving' cover for its 5th anniversary issue in November last year, Men's Health India's February edition boasts another breakthrough in Indian publishing: the annual Sex Issue 2012 comes complete with a surprising "touch and rub" feel to it. Download the images from a special shoot of 6 women to your mobile phones, tablet or iPad and you could actually take their clothes off by simply rubbing the image! This is Men's Health's compendium of all things sexual, and it doesn't get better than this.
The annual sex issue goes much beyond breaking stereotypes of Indian men. Instead, it attempts to address the challenges staring at them by peeping into the psyche of Indian women with more than 15 pages of startling 'Secret Confessions', first-person accounts from well-known writers including Advaita Kala and Rupa Gulab, and a real-life adventure in Delhi aboard a hook-up app.
All you need to do is download the digital version of the Men's Health Sex Issue on you iPad, iPhone, PC or Mac and tap on the image to see what's beneath. The digital version can be purchased from http://www.menshealthindia.in/digitalmagazine. You can also download the images on your mobile phone by visiting http://fun.intoday.in from your GPRS enabled mobile.
"After the tremendous response we got from our 'moving cover' in November, the Sex Issue 2012 is Men's Health India's New Year gift to our loyal readers. Every month we try to leverage the power of technology to give something new, different to our readers. Stay tuned, and I promise you this is just the beginning," said Jamal Shaikh, Editorial Director of Men's Health India.
Men's Health is India's largest-selling men's magazine, and was launched in the country by The India Today Group in 2006. Internationally, it is the world's largest magazine in the men's category as well. Along with its focus on the core topics of health, fitness and nutrition, Men's Health embodies the feel of a true lifestyle magazine with sections on fashion, grooming, adventure, work, managing relationships and a surplus of other 'guy' topics.
Head of Marketing & Syndications
India Today Group
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