Filed By Gloria Brame, Ph.D. | August 30, 2010 9:30 AM | comments
Filed in: Entertainment, Gay Icons and History
Tags: female sexuality, lesbian sexuality, sexual deviations, sexual humor, vintage pulp, vintage sexology
Wow. If I'd known all lesbians were midgets who get off by riding giant leather boots, my whole life might have been different!
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I love how it has an introduction by a real PhD!!! who's also a L.P.D.,... which is unto itself a bit of a mystery. Is he a Lusty but Problematic Doctor? A Lesbian-Partial Doubter? Truly the mind reels.
Strange. Wikipedia doesn't know what an lpd is when it comes to degrees. Licensed Practicing Doctor? Maybe turn it around like PhD and it's Doctorate in Lesbian Practices?
My guess is Licensed Private Detective. That was a big industry in the days of restrictive divorce laws that required proof of adultery. He also wrote "Confessions of a Male Prostitute," and "Confessions of a Kept Man." Sounds like a real genius.
I love the second woman's shoe. :)