Item #59332 COUGAR

COUGAR. Vol. 3, No. 3, 1971.

Los Angeles: Utopia Publishing Company, 1971. Saddle-stapled magazine. Light shelfwear; small remainder mark saw-cut to top edge. Very good.

Item #59332

magazine of 64pp., including covers. Illustrated from b/w, duotone and color photographs. Features erotic pictorials, photo-fiction, fiction and articles. Photos include full-frontal shots of women and men and some simulated sex. Includes The Taming of Tammy (feisty black babe tussles with mustached ,white boyfriend, bites his arm - 'til he takes her over his knee and gives her a sound bare-handed spanking; they cool down while smoking cigarettes, and a bag of Lay's potato chips provides a punning punch-line); God's Gift to Women (fiction); The Big Difference (article by Carter Cole); Sex Snickers (erotic photos with comedic captions); Sky Diving Sally (aviatrix with parachute), and more. Also contains untitled pictorial sections containing couples (men and women; a few lesbians) engaged in sex acts with running captions, loosely providing a theme: "Skip work, stay home... make love to your baby... or someone else's babe!" Note: humorous novelty in background of "The Taming of Tammy" - oversized pack of cigarettes hanging on wall labelled "Cool Cigarettes - Caution - Contains No Marijuana." Cover: Linda Stiles.

Price: $75.00