Continuing in my theme of sharing my complicated love affair with biker culture from the 70s and 80s, here’s another classic editorial from Easy Rider magazine. As always with this rag, they chose the tasteful and subtle route to express their love of the female form.
But even considering their raging misogyny, I’m still drawn to biker mags’ in-your-face, raunchy, and often-hammy way of talking about sex. I know it’s my third-wave privilege that allows me to look back on these images and see them for the near-hilarious absurdity that they are. But these butts are just too damn cute! And PLEASE do not miss the the thoughtful writing in the center—there’s some truly eloquent poetry not to be missed.
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