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Vintage adult film posters – when drawings were XXX-rated

by | 14th, May 2012

WITH pornography now a utility piped into the homes of the consumer by BT and Google, we take a look at how the aids to masturbation were once packaged. Not those nostalgia-proof British sex comedies, rather the XXX-rated stuff that was sold with the promise of Scandinavian advanced sex (Swedish Wife Exchange Club), mystical Oriental delights (Oriental Vixen) and in-yer-face antiseptic American brashness (“100 Screws” – Scheherezade). You might not have seen these films, but you knew they existed, like far-off land inhabited by creatures who had actually been to ‘The Continent’ and negotiated Dodgy’s Steve’s emporium before it was raided by the lads from the Obscene Publications Squad…



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