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Virgin Sperm Dancer 1972 (book still sealed + warning sticker) + related OZ Magazine cover ( #44 Sept 1972)

£250.00 £200.00

Photo book featured in Martin Parr’s The Photo book volume 3 Page 84.

Regarded as an important European counter culture, sexual liberation photo story of a boy’s transformation into a girl for a weekend. Although that the story, there’s a strong drag appeal/interest…

Photographed by Ginger Gordon (aka Anna Beeke) , written by William Levy, designed by Anthon Beeke.Transformative then, transformative now. The title was an off shoot of the magazine Suck, the first tabloid style sex newspaper to deal with sexual politics and liberation. Suck was conceived in the summer of 1969 by Bill Daley, Jim Haynes, William Levy and Germaine Greer, who decided to create “a new revolutionary sex-publication.  Suck used Haynes’ Arts Lab on Drury as it’s address (but was published in Amsterdam) – and was raided following the publication of the 1st issue . Since the book is still sealed the images here are from Oz Magazine article which are more colourful, the book is mainly B&W but it’ll give you an idea of the content.

Published in Soft cover (only)  Bert Bakker, Amsterdam, Netherlands. 1972. 72 pages, 27 x 38 cm.

Condition : Mint  Magazine : added as an extra, but complete with no clippings etc…however for OZ completists the comic flier/ insert isn’t included.

 

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Photo book featured in Martin Parr’s The Photo book volume 3 Page 84.

Regarded as an important European counter culture, sexual liberation photo story of a boy’s transformation into a girl for a weekend. Although that the story, there’s a strong drag appeal/interest…

Photographed by Ginger Gordon (aka Anna Beeke) , written by William Levy, designed by Anthon Beeke.Transformative then, transformative now. The title was an off shoot of the magazine Suck, the first tabloid style sex newspaper to deal with sexual politics and liberation. Suck was conceived in the summer of 1969 by Bill Daley, Jim Haynes, William Levy and Germaine Greer, who decided to create “a new revolutionary sex-publication.  Suck used Haynes’ Arts Lab on Drury as it’s address (but was published in Amsterdam) – and was raided following the publication of the 1st issue . Since the book is still sealed the images here are from Oz Magazine article which are more colourful, the book is mainly B&W but it’ll give you an idea of the content.

Published in Soft cover (only)  Bert Bakker, Amsterdam, Netherlands. 1972. 72 pages, 27 x 38 cm.

Condition : Mint  Magazine : added as an extra, but complete with no clippings etc…however for OZ completists the comic flier/ insert isn’t included.

 

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