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on December 13 at
From my April 1971 issue of Playboy…
That would work!
Orchidectomies have a LOT going for them. For one thing, your slacks can hang right without those icky lumps in the front.
why does she have a mustache?
Geez, do we have to go that far?
I would think a simple vasectomy would do the job just as well.
Sounds about right, yeah, 1971, when Gloria Steinam was starting to get bitchy.
Hot damn--that issue's got a little something to offend everybody.
Are there any naked women in it, perchance?
damn you valerie solanas!
READ MY MANIFESTO!
@3,Seems to me to be a more reasonable solution. Didn't they have condoms or birth control pills back in those days?
@2, The other half of her "mustache" is actually the hairdo on the right side of her head. The other half is lipstick. A color cartoon would have been better,but there was no color in 1971.
I'm may be the 10th person to comment this, but it would be nice if after all the bad ads and cartoon Dan could post some of the girls' photos.
@11 -- Is it really that hard to pick up a vintage copy of Playboy? They are all over the place. Only the *really* old ones are expensive. 70s Playboys are a dime a dozen. If you need to see old centerfolds or whatever, it's pretty easy to get your hands on them all by yourself. And then you won't even have to rely on some old queen picking the ones you get to see.
@12, point taken, but, well, I'm just saying it would be a worthwhile slog post, and besides, its freezing outside.
my uncle has MANY from the 70's and 80's...they were my introduction to anatomy, although i was in for a few suprises later.
Men are walking abortions
vooodooo84 @ 15,
Man, I loved that guy's cartoons when I was a kid. He has some awesome science ones.
@16 read the manifesto mentioned above
@10, yeah, i know. it just looks like a mustache every time i first see it. i'm surprised few others get this visual trick played on them. i guess that says something about me...
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