Paraphilia Magazine was a free online magazine that ran from 2009 to 2017; first as a journal, and from 2013 on, a periodical. Founded, edited, and published by D M Mitchell and Díre McCain, it contained stories, poetry, art, photography, reviews, and interviews from a wide variety of contributors. It was not (as the name might suggest) devoted to pornography or sexual matters, although it occasionally ran material suitable for adults only. There was no agenda, no politics, and no underlying philosophy. It maintained a deliberately heterogeneous attitude and the editorial policy was very hands-off. The aim was to present an outlet for expression not second-guessed by considerations of censorship or commercial saleability. It aimed to satisfy only the editors, contributors, and its readership, with no consideration given to the publishing (or any other) industry. It was informative, unique, and cathartic. The original 16 journals are archived here and available for free download.