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WHY MARRIED MEN VISIT PROSTITUTES (Jan, 1959)

WHY MARRIED MEN VISIT PROSTITUTES

What are the motives which lead a married man, often with an attractive and “willing” wife, to patronize a common woman of the street?

by Albert Ellis. Ph.D.

“I SUPPOSE,” said my marriage counseling client, “that you think I’m crazy for spending so much of my time and money on the women I pick up in bars— when my wife, as you have seen, is such a fine and attractive woman.”

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PREMARITAL RELATIONS (Oct, 1965)

An engaged couple candidly discusses the age-old problem of PREMARITAL RELATIONS

As told to SHIRLEY GUTTENTAG

WE SHOULD

He: To present my side of the argument it is necessary to start at the beginning. I first met Alice when her date at a party got drunk and I volunteered to drive her home. I didn’t see her again until I was invited to a party given by one of her friends—an invite I suspect was extended to me at Alice’s request. We had a few dates and I was always a gentleman—in fact the first time we kissed was on my birthday.

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Behind college doors… “The TRUTH about CAMPUS IMMORALITY” (Oct, 1965)

Behind college doors…

“The TRUTH about CAMPUS IMMORALITY”

By L. RICHARD BIRD

Do you believe in sex before marriage?”

- “Not if it delays the ceremony.”

This bit of banter took place on a popular national satire TV show. It served to point up a contemporary situation that exists on many college campuses today. Only since it has been brought to focus by publicity have many colleges or responsible adults attempted to solve the problem. It is a rather interesting situation when you consider that many of the adults who are so upset have had a hand in creating it. We shall discuss this point later.

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What is your Sex Quotient? (Jan, 1959)

What is your S.Q.*?

*Sex Quotient by Mark Tarail. B.A.. M.S.

BY taking this test, you can measure your sex knowledge. Check whether the answers to each statement should be Yes or No. Compare your answers with the correct answers below. Give yourself 10 points for each correct answer and add the results. Your final score is your S.Q.

A score of less than 50 indicates inadequate knowledge; 50 to 60 equals good; 70 or 80 equals excellent; 90 or above equals unusually superior.
(YES) (NO) 1. Are most sex offenders prone to violence?
(YES) (NO) 2. Should self-gratification in children be forcibly prevented?

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SEX IN THE SCHOOLROOM (Jan, 1960)

As far as I can tell, this article has nothing to do with schools. Though apparently there were a few teachers who turned tricks on the side. I do love the picture on the bottom of the second page. I think that woman was the inspiration for blowup dolls.

SEX IN THE SCHOOLROOM

Carnal capers, even murder, run rampant in our schools!

A California high school teacher made national headlines recently when Tie livened up classroom curriculum by conducting a “Little Kinsey” sex survey among his 30 physiology students.

His sin quiz got Cecil Cook suspended on charges of immoral and unprofessional conduct and set off a furor among his students and fellow teachers at Van Nuys High School, Los Angeles. Four coeds said they were “shocked” by the questions and school officials thought the passion poll was “improper.” Other students, teachers and parents thought the quiz was perfectly all right. A few even felt it “was of tremendous importance” as a guide to proper sex education techniques. And Cook himself described his survey as “a search for moral standards.”

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What turns you on? (Feb, 1970)

What turns you on?

By Paul Wahl

Your taste in women may reveal some interesting things about your personality Men accept, and women are perhaps resigned to, the notion that breasts, buttocks, and legs are the body parts of women that are most attractive to men. Facial characteristics, it seems, rank no higher than 4th among the determinants of feminine sex appeal as evaluated by the average male.

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HOW MEN AND WOMEN LOOK AT SEX (Jan, 1964)

HOW MEN AND WOMEN LOOK AT SEX

When it comes to matters of a sexual nature, it all depends on viewpoint—his or hers!

by Lester A Kirkendall, Ph.D.

Dr. Kirkendall, Professor of Family Life at Oregon State University, is author of “Sex Education as Human Relations,” “Premarital Intercourse and Interpersonal Relationships,” and many other writings.

Men and women cannot look at sex in the same way, but they are only dimly aware of this fact. The fact of being male or female means, inevitably, that sex will be seen from different points of view.

Nor does this promise to change! So long as men produce only the sperm which begins the entire reproductive process, and so long as women bear the children, these differences will exist.

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EXTREMES IN SEX BEHAVIOR (Dec, 1961)

EXTREMES IN SEX BEHAVIOR

by Ebe Alongi, M. D.

In sex — as in every other aspect of human endeavor — there are giants as well as pygmies.

IN most books on health written in the past, men were almost always advised to have only moderate sexual contact with women, if they wished to have physical and mental vigor. This advice was especially to be applied at certain times of life and in certain circumstances.

Dr. Alongi is assistant at the University Clinic for Nervous and Mental Illnesses of Naples University and, for a number of years has been Official Consultant on psychiatric and neurological problems of the Court of Justice and the District Court of Naples.

Even if one were to grant the correctness of this counsel, we run into difficulty. The moment we ask: “How many times in a month can a man safely sacrifice to the goddess of love?” we find that no one answer can be given for all men.

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THE TRAGEDY OF THE EXHIBITIONIST (Dec, 1961)

THE TRAGEDY OF THE EXHIBITIONIST

by B. H. Leveret, Ph.D., LL.B.

Sending a man to jail for indecent exposure is psychologically useless and socially unsound.

MY young secretary came into the office very much upset one morning and said to me: “This morning as I was coming in on the subway with several of my girl friends a terrible thing happened. We were standing near the door of the subway car. A man got out. Just before the train pulled out of the station, this man stepped up to the door and placing himself in front of the win-daw of the door, he proceeded to unbutton his trousers and show himself to us.”

“Poor fellow,” I said.

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NUDISM THROUGHOUT THE WORLD (Feb, 1961)

NUDISM THROUGHOUT THE WORLD

A first-hand account of the Naturist movement from the point-of-view of a practicing nudist.

by Ray Romaine

MY wife and I are nudists. During six years of traveling—which included circling of the globe from east to west via Australia and the Suez Canal—we participated in a wide variety of nudist activities.

In addition to a number in America, of which we have been members, we have visited nudist resorts in Australia, New Zealand, England, and Denmark; and we have been to two of the world’s countries where nudity is an accepted part of the culture.

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