Cazenovia, WI: PDA Press, 1995. Small quarto, publisher's stiff paper wraps.
Summer 1995 issue of "the intellectual review of public sex.” The sex-positive magazine was founded in 1993 to promote cruising, collecting articles and reviews of clubs, bathhouses, parks and other cruising-friendly areas. Founded and edited by Scott O’Hara, a gay adult films actor who turned to writing, publishing, and activism after contracting HIV. From the archives of George Wayne, "celebrity griller" and publisher of celebrated fanzine R.O.M.E., with his bookplate taped to inner upper wrap. Illustrated throughout with black-and-white photos and illustrations. Moderate wear and creasing to wraps, small stain to upper wrap. A good copy with a notable provenance. Item #5775