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FQ, the first in a new genre of men’s magazine, developed entirely for the generation of family-oriented men, who’ve grown up and subsequently grown out of the stable of lads mags on offer today.Targeting all fathers and men whose lives and perspective has changed as they’re entered fatherhood. FQ is set to revolutionise the men’s lifestyle market by celebrating parenthood and lifestyle changes that come along with it. Solely catering for today’s modern man, FQ will reflect the lives and aspirations of men who have grown out of ‘lads mags’ and require a more sophisticated read to suit their newly acquired tastes and interests.
FQ takes editorial content to a new un-approached level for 25-42 year old men whose priorities have changed from frolicking to family, but who still ‘feel the same’ underneath it all.
In addition to an unrivalled production quality, FQ boasts the world’s best editorial contributors and some of the country’s most respected writers including Nick Eyre (Men’s Health), Nik Berg (BBC Top Gear Magazine), Johnny Dee (The Guardian, The Times), and Simeon de la Torre (FHM). Sections range from health and fitness, fashion, shopping, finance, investment, and food and drink. Contents will also include extensive and insightful interviews with celebrity dads, investigative reports on parenting, and child development features – all which secure the package of a definitive magazine with style and calibre.
No longer are the lads magazines appropriate, however cars, gadgets, fashion are integrated with important parenting issues, ideas, tips and competitions.Damion, the Publisher, has become the unofficial voice for dads and has become a regular contributor on BBC breakfast, appearing over 40 times. In addition to BBC breakfast, Damion regularly appears Sky Television, BBC Radio and The Baby Channel. Articles for FQ Magazine are regularly quoted in National Press.

Publishers Statement Damion Queva“As a 38 year old father of two, It became obvious to me that there was a gap in the market for parental magazine for Dads – with a plethora of magazine for mothers nothing was reflecting the needs of the father and what’s expected of them and thier enthusiastic thirst for advice and information at this life changing time.”