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    These old magazines are driving me wild! Thank you.
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    Here are some significant articles I had posted to the Forum that fit better here. I also added more links to the Blog Information Sidebar. Enjoy Eric 🙂 Inches Magazine: The Best of Inches 2008 No85 "20 Years of Inches: So How Many Miles of Dick Is That?" Mandate Magazine: Mandate 2005-06 "A Mandate 30th Anniversary look at the Past, Present, and Future of Gay Erotica" Mandate Magazine: Mandate 2005-06 "How Mandate Started: From a brave little magazine named Dilettante to Mandate in 1974" Unzipped Magazine: Unzipped 2009-06 "Growing Up in Porn" Unzipped Magazine: Unzipped 2009-06 "Mavety Media: The Rise and Fall of Socially Redeeming Content"
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    Uploads for Thursday June 6, 2019 1973 1974 Excerpt of the Day: "Man & Erotica: A Study of Male Nude Photography" - A Photo Essay in 2 Parts from Hombre Vol2 No11 / Vol2 No 12 - 1974 Covers link to Download Files 📖 and Gallery Albums (On Hold) 💟 As always your Requests, Comments, Questions are surely welcome! ENJOY, 😊 ERIC
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    Covers link to Download Files 📖 and Gallery Albums (On Hold) 💟 1973 Excerpt of the Day: QQ Magazine, Body, Ciao calling themselves "The World's 3 Greatest Gay Magazines" As always your Requests, Comments, Questions are surely welcome! ENJOY, 😊 ERIC
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    Today is the 30th anniversary of the Tienanmen Square Massacre, when the communist regime of China brutally cracked down on pro-democracy demonstrators, killing thousands on 4 June, 1989. In remembrance of the people who died for freedom and democracy (things we here in the 'West" take for granted) let us recall the events of that day. Students erected a statue of "the Goddess of Liberty" (placed to face down Mao) On 17 April, several hundred students marched to Tiananmen Square and laid a wreath at the Monument to the People’s Revolutionary Heroes. They called for greater freedom of speech, economic freedoms and curbs on corruption – demands that touched a raw nerve with the conservatives in the Communist Party. On...
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