Gay porn glossy Unzipped has folded, gay blog Queerty reported.

According to the website, staffers were made aware of the closure on Friday, March 12.

Here Media picked up Unzipped and two other stroke magazines, Men and Freshmen, when it acquired LPI Media. Men and Freshmen have already been knocked back from monthlies to quarterlies.

The Paul Colichman-led company also controls the iconic The Advocate and Out magazines.

When the The Los Angeles Advocate first appeared as a newsletter in 1967, it was the nation's only publication devoted to gay news and politics. Evolving into The Advocate in the mid-70s, it remained the only gay news glossy available on newsstands nationwide.

But the gay media leader will now be trimmed down from a standalone magazine to a 32-page insert bundled inside its gay culture focused counterpart Out.

Queerty has also reported that freelance writers and photographers working for The Advocate have gone months without getting paid.

Here Media also owns leading LGBT websites and, gay-friendly movie studio Regent Releasing and all-gay cabler here!