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In a brief golden span between 19, the sexual revolution collided with recreational drug exploration to create "psychedelic sex." While the baby boomers blew their minds and danced naked in the streets, men’s magazine publishers attempted to visually recreate the wonders of LSD, project them on a canvas of nubile hippie flesh, and dish it up to men dying for a taste of free love.—each magazine title vied to convince the straight audience it offered the most authentic flower power sex trip, complete with mind-bending graphics and all-natural hippie hotties.

Just as it is the West, so concerned with saving the gorillas, that provided the outlets for gorilla poaching: until four or five years ago, when public outcry pretty much put a stop to the mountain-gorilla market, wildlife traffickers could get a couple of hundred thousand dollars for one in good condition, physical-anthropology departments at universities were eager to acquire their skeletons or skulls, and thoughtless tourists brought back hands as mementos of their trip to Africa.

At its height, psychedelic sex encompassed posters, tabloids, comics, and newsstand magazines, but the most far-out examples of all were the glossy magazines from California, center of both hippie culture and the budding American porn industry.

It’s these sexy, silly reminders of peace, love, and pudenda we celebrate in Eric Godtland is a self-confessed compulsive collector.

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