Los Angeles: Pendulum Publishers, Inc., 1970. Perfect bound magazine. Light shelfwear; some rubbing along spine. Very good.

Item #66675

Unpaginated [approx. 204 pp., plus covers], semi-glossy erotic magazine featuring explicit black and white, duotone and color photographs. Great vintage erotica from the sexual revolution, with wild and free-spirited women (including some black models), stylin' design and some surreal touches. The prolific Ed Wood Jr. was writing for Pendulum at this time; we have only listed his name when a well-documented Wood pseudonym is employed. A collection of Pendulum magazines. Pictorials include solo poses, scenes with men (erect penises) etc., in: Her Sign Is the High Sign. The Winner (wild Afro hairdo). She's Had It (pigtailed blonde plays with stuffed animals, does a hand-stand). Television Watcher (black model). She Likes Warm-Ups (brunette with bongos). No Games (so she says, but she's ready to play). Different (shaved). Today, My Bedroom! (redhead). Victorian Victoria (dainty, but anything but repressed). Let's Read Together (reading is sexy!). Home Furnishing (she'll light up any bedroom). She's Waiting (smokes a cigarette, reads.. won't you help a girl out?). Stood Up (freckled blonde stands out). And many more. Fiction and articles: The Double Standard and Other Old Relics, by Scott Harford. Koles to Newcastle, by Chicken Marengo. Mama's Boy, by Phil S. Stein. Sex + Spice, by Clarksnift Siftsoont. Are Prostitutes Really Different? by Frenchi Saspelnixnof. But Not the Spirit, by Belview Lalanie. First third or so is the same as a collection of the same title (inventory #79122), but otherwise contents differ.

Price: $150.00