Foxylady Magazine Back Issue - March 1975
Foxylady March 1975 Magazine
TABLE OF CONTENTS7 STARTERS
18 ONE MAN'S OPINION
19 FOXY FANTASY
The Ballet Lesson
Produced by Charles Adams
Photography by Dino
26 SPERM TERMINATION
by Paul Siudzinski
29 DOCTOR'S ORDERS
by Vivian Rosenthal
32 SHOULD YOU STICK IT IN YOUR EAR?
by Diana Wendt
40 SEXUAL MANNERS
by Florence King
Make A Spectacle of Yourself
48 UNLEASH THE GIESHA
by Tanya Akason
Which Way To The Casbah?
Photography by Jon Stevens
60 CONVERSATION WITH EUGENE McCARTHY
by Michael McCarthy
64 FELLATIO FELLINIS
by Diane Friday
70 CREATIVE ENVIRONMENTS
by Vincent Wolf
74 OBSCENE PHONE CALLS
by Jane Kristin Gaskill
76 HEAD HUNTING
Produced by Charles Adams
Photography by Dino
83 ORGASMIC HORS d'OEUVRES
by Leslie Roman
Mary Bacon—On Pregnancy
by Annson Kenney
The Reality of Realty
by Sue Fleishman
We all long for the bizarre bizarre don't we? As jaded and sophisticated as we're
supposed to be, isn't it true that most of us are still children at heart, willing
to explore the new and unexpected?
I know I am, and men of course are just as eager to enter into the exotic. I noticed
this fervent desire in myself lately. So, I became one of the legions of the curious.
I've always been willing to try something once so I plunged into a new adventure
with the appropriate optimism. I had my ears stapled: It was all part of a new
diet theory. Some have their jaws wired, but the bizarre undertaking seemed an
exciting and decadent way to diet being so closely related to acupuncture. It
is also effective inhibiting addiction to cigarettes, alcohol and drugs. I was
more curious in finding out whether it could work on me. I only eat 1 meal a day,
and I don't smoke or drink excessively. But, I like that emaciated look, at least
on me, and felt that I could stand to loose a few. So I had it stuck in my ear,
and right before the holidays no less. Well, I guess I happen to fall in that
30% bracket that the staple is inaffective in retarding hunger because I haven't
lost a pound. I personally accompanied Diana Wendt who wrote the article on Staplepuncture
for this issue to the interview with Dr. Savedra at Northwest Hospital in Chicago.
We spoke with several patients who swore by the procedure, and several friends
have lost substantial weight with the staple in place. At least I can tell my
mother that I'm getting enough staple in my diet! And, I have been able to pick
up some unidentified radio signals in my left eardrum! Have a look at it—page
Another venture into the bizarre is the hobby of the kinky call. The classic obscene
phone call. Whether or not your ding-a-ling rings when the ding-a-ling rings is
your preference. This month we're examining just how phoney the situation can
be, start breathing heavily and turn to page 74.
Most of us are probably fascinated or at least highly entertained by the jock.
Not this jock however, she's a woman jockey who you've probably seen adorning
cosmetic ads. Mary Bacon is going to let us view her lifestyle while she horses
around on the track. She epitomizes the girl of this era. Whether you've only
ridden a pony at kittyland or to the hounds you'll enjoy this—straight from
the jockey's mouth.
The art of politics is as endlessly controversial as the issues themselves. And
as long as we are focusing on the attraction of the unique this month what could
be more unpredictable than the process of government. Eugene McCarthy, a savvy
politician, speaks at length about some capital quirks and gives us an insight
into his own unpredictable excitement and originality.
For the ultimate in our own little world of the unique, we are bringing you an
interview with a porno princess who has achieved what many women only fantasize
about. She's an actress in those fornication flicks we all know so much about—or
do we? Whether you envy her lifestyle is up to you, but you'll have to agree she's
a slick trick.
With all the delights in this issue, you'll be even more ecstatic to see the out
of this world issue next month where we keep our feet on the ground but our heads
in the sky. We'll have tidbits on everything from women astronauts to astral sex.
We also feature a fantasy for you to prepare for. Have you ever pondered the thought
of some celestial creature making love to you? Well we will, and Jon Stevens the
silver freak fotographer intends to capture it on Myelin sheaths.
And finally, some of the more out of this world bits have been produced by you,
dear readers. We've been plowing through all of your responses and in this issue
will be responding to you.