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  • Author:
    Mike Kelley,Dian Hanson
  • ISBN:
    3822852236
  • ISBN13:
    978-3822852231
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    TASCHEN (March 2008)
  • Pages:
    419 pages
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Sex to Sexty was a sexually-oriented humor magazine published in Arlington, Texas by John W. Newbern, Jr. and Peggy Rodebaugh, with art direction (and cartoons, covers, et. by Lowell Davis.

Sex to Sexty was a sexually-oriented humor magazine published in Arlington, Texas by John W. by Lowell Davis (later to become known as a creator of bucolic art)), under the respective pseudonyms of Richard or Dick Rodman, Goose Reardon, and Pierre Davis

Whatever your stance, the magazine Sex to Sexty was and is an outrageous collection of dirty jokes and cartoons published from 1965 to 1983 by Texas entrepreneur John Newbern, whose life was lifted straight from the pages of his publication. His partner in crime against good taste was hillbilly artist Pierre Davis, who created elaborate oil painted covers for each issue that celebrate every permutation of manly humor.

Whatever your stance, the magazin Daring sexual humor from the irreverent magazine Sex to Sexty Some call it the most vulgar magazine ever made; others see it as the last honest compendium of American sexual humor, starting just as the sexual revolution was expanding minds and stomping taboos, and ending when political correctness made all such humor socially unacceptable.

Daring sexual humor from the irreverent magazine Sex to Sexty Some call it the most vulgar magazine ever made; others see it as the last honest compendium of American sexual humor, starting just as the sexual revolution was expanding minds and stomping taboos, and ending when political correctness made all such humor socially unacceptable. Whatever your stance, the magazine Sex to Sexty was and is an outrageous collection of dirty jokes and cartoons published from 1965 to 1983 by Texas entrepreneur John Newbern, whose life was lifted straight from the pages of his publication.

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This issue was most recently modified by: Ramon Schenk.

This issue was most recently modified by: Ramon Schenk.

Sex to Sexty reproduces all 198 covers of the magazine and many of the original paintings that adorned them.

The company which published the magazine also published novelty records and paperback books under the Sex to Sexty title. titled, Sex to Sexty: The Most Vulgar Magazine Ever Made!

The company which published the magazine also published novelty records and paperback books under the Sex to Sexty title.

Dian Hanson was born in Seattle, Washington, November 2, 1951. Sex to Sexty: The Most Vulgar Magazine Ever Made! Mar 1, 2008. by Dian Hanson, Mike Kelley. A hippie and high school drop out, she moved east at age 20, first to Oxford, Mississippi, then Allentown, Pennsylvania, finally settling in New York City in 1976 to work on the sex magazine Puritan. She founded the magazines Outlaw Biker, Hawgs, Big Butt, Bust Out and Tight.

Many Italians live la dolce vita with sex high on their list of things to do on a daily basis. Of course, this little enhancement makes sure they meet their own expectations as well, proving that this is definitely one of the most sexually active countries around. A poll found that 32% of Italians over the age of 60 still have sex regularly. It’s unclear if this means that seniors are schtupping around the clock or once a week. In May of 2008, Mexico City’s government distributed 700,000 copies of sex-ed textbooks to deliver to the city’s student population, well aware that the kids would be doing the horizontal tango one way or another.

Daring sexual humor from the irreverent magazine Sex to Sexty Some call it the most vulgar magazine ever made; others see it as the last honest compendium of American sexual humor, starting just as the sexual revolution was expanding minds and stomping taboos, and ending when political correctness made all such humor socially unacceptable. Whatever your stance, the magazine Sex to Sexty was and is an outrageous collection of dirty jokes and cartoons published from 1965 to 1983 by Texas entrepreneur John Newbern, whose life was lifted straight from the pages of his publication. His partner in crime against good taste was hillbilly artist Pierre Davis, who created elaborate oil painted covers for each issue that celebrate every permutation of manly humor. No topic was safe from the lowbrow wit of these two men and the cartoonists they recruited to preserve what they called the ?True Jokelore of America?. Sex to Sexty reproduces all 198 covers of the magazine and many of the original paintings that adorned them. Then, in the first in-depth analysis of American sexual humor, author and editor Dian Hanson categorizes the great themes revealed by the thousands of cartoons and jokes into spreads with titles like ?Stinkfinger, ? ?Incest on the Best, ? ?Cannibal Cuisine, ? and ?I Love Ewe!.? Raw, irreverent, uncensored and all-American, Sex to Sexty spares no gender, sexual preference, ethnic orientation, or hygienic dysfunction in bringing you what the magazine's original publisher called the ?World's Largest Accumulation of He-Man Robust Humor in the World.? Special fold-out dust jacket shows every cover image and unfolds to reveal a poster of a never before seen, unreleased Sex to Sexty coveroriginally deemed ?too tasteless? by the magazine's publisher, but definitely ?suitable for framing in your bar, rumpus room or bathroom?.

Gandree
Here was X-rated HeeHaw for Flyover Country.

Editor Dian Hanson opens her text by revealing the contempt even smut lords had for this oddball publication out of Arlington, Texas. "When we the editors of New York-based men's magazines paused to think about Sex to Sexty at all it was to wonder where something like that came from." But the vast populace between California and New York, ignored and reviled by the mainsteam press, tore Sex to Sexty off newsstand racks in the 1960s and '70s. The pages of the magazine were dense with non-stop gags: six cartoons a page and as many jokes and limericks. Hanson writes: "Sex to Sexty's humor is their humor, a humor more intrinsically American than any cartoon to ever appear in The New Yorker."

The humor was recycled from the "rich folklore" of America's dirt roads, often contributed by readers themselves. The themes were timeless: cheating wives, wedding nights, streetwalkers, mermaids, nudist camps, homosexuals, unwanted pregnacies, loose secretaries, impotent husbands, desert island castaways, the cannibal stewpot. The politically incorrect magazine also skewered ethnic groups and popular trends like women's liberation and hippies.

The man behind the dirty jokes was John Newbern, a Texas advertising executive and "God-fearing Christian" who believed God created everything, including sex and humor. The garish, eye-catching covers were painted by hillbilly artist "Pierre" Davis. Taschen has rescued these issues from restroom trash bins and presented a beautifully glossed up tribute to this "adult" classic. After the introductory texts, the book is padded out with hundreds of these smutty gags and the eye-popping Davis covers. The jokes are categorized by theme: Injuns, stinkfinger, Peeping Toms, etc.

I like this organization, but the great Sex To Sexty artists are almost completely ignored. This where I dock a star. It was this talented group of gagsters that made the magazine more naughty than filthy, more cheeky than gross. Unheralded and rejected by the big-city glossies, these guys were some of the best single-panel cartoonists around: Bill Ward, Bill Wenzel, Bob Tupper, Dick Lucas, Ted Trogdon, Ward Kimball, Pete Wyma. The project would have been more complete with some biographical sketches and their thoughts about the trade.

As a postscipt, I've bought original cartoons from the magazine on eBay from the founder's son, John Newbern Jr., at his seller ID tambo53. He calls them "American heirlooms" and makes them consistently available.
Anayaron
I'VE BEEN COLLECTING SEX TO SEXTY SINCE I WAS 17 YEARS OLD I'M NOT SO MUCH INTO THE PICTURES I JUST LIKE THE JOKES AND THE RHYMES. I WOULD RECOMMEND IT TO ANYBODY WHO LIKES JOKES OR JUST HAS ASICK SENSE OF HUMOR. ME I REALLY ENJOYED IT. I BOUGHT IT MAINLY BECAUSE I WAS CURIOUS HOW THEY GOT ALL OF THOSE DIFFERENT BOOKS IN THERE. NICE JOB GUY'S THE LAY OUT WAS SUPER!!!!! THANK'S DEBI IF YOU HAVE ANY MORE LET ME KNOW CAUSE I'M LOOKING FOR MORE.
Knights from Bernin
Got this book for my Dad-a long time fan of the magazine and who bemoaned its demise! Course I had to check it out...
It's a great collection of both subtle and not so subtle jibs at what polite folks don't talk about at the dinner table (but really DO talk about when it's just us guys or the gals think we aren't around and it's safe for them to "trade notes...").
Just make sure that you haven't a full mouth, bladder, etc., while reading it, cause at some point-you're going to hit a cartoon or joke that might just make you lose it when it hits your funny bone or offends your sensibility...
Only reason it didn't get the last star is that the first 50 or so pages are in French-not much good unless vous parlez français. Definitely something for stress relief after a long day, so enjoy.
Tcaruieb
This book was entertaining, thought-inspiring and reminicent of magazines of long ago. Not a book for everyone, but for the 'over forty' person with an open mind. I also gave this as a gift and the recepient thought it was GREAT.
Yalone
I found this book at a gift shop in Le Centre Pompidou in Paris for 30 Euros or about US$45. I found this item here for a little more than half of that the same evening and ordered it. The item arrived at my house the same day I returned from Paris, four days later. The book itself is a trip down memory lane as my father collected these magazines. The cover is sensational, the jokes as corny as ever and the history interesting. A good read.
Halloween
This is my Favorite Find. I have been Searching for Sex to Sexty for over 4 decades. There will never be another magazine like this again. I guess the actual magazines themselves are either not available or in the hands for very lucky collectors. But this shows so many of the comics itself that it was enough to give me the hard chuckle it, just like it did in the 70s.
lifestyle
Great fun from another time. Beautiful and strange stuff - perfect shape. Essential knowledge. Highly recommend.
Excellent quality and delivery. Thank you.