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HUMAN SEXUALITY, 101



In the late '60s and '70s, there wasn't as much sex education in schools. There were a few books on the subject that had been published, but most were fairly dry and clinical. Without internet, the only porn was the fairly modest men's magazines. (Keep in mind, Playboy only began to show pubic hair in the late '60s.) Learning about sex, real sex, was left to friends. Lynda, an entrepreneurial college student, realized the niche she could fill by inviting fellow students (and some professors) over to her house for open discussion and demonstrations of human sexuality.

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