Knockers & Nipples Volume 01 No 02 (1978)

Knockers & Nipples Volume 01 No 02 (1978) UK Version
English | PDF | 56 Pages | 91 MB

Featuring Model Theresa Jackman as Cynthia Many

It’s our Bicentennial. It’s a good time to remember that “Our liberties we prize and our rights we shall maintain,” applies to what you choose, insisting on your constitutional rights. The Constitution guarantees your right to make your own choice of what you want to read, to view, to enjoy—and it all started here 200 years ago. The fight for our freedom wasn’t limited to native-born Americans. To many who loved America, who helped us fight and win our independence, we owe a great debt to LaFayette, Von Steuben, Pulaski, to name only a few of the “foreigners” who helped make our Bicentennial possible by fighting When things were tough. Not all of our foreign help was in deeds. Some of the most important help was in concepts. A great source of ideas was Voltaire, the brilliant French novelist, playwright and essayist, considered the wisest man of Europe. You’ll find his thoughts in many places. One often chiseled in stone on libraries, schools and public buildings and emblazoned on the mastheads of news-papers is, “I disapprove of what you say but I will fight to the death for your right to say it.”

Knockers and Nipples is published every eight weeks by American Art Enterprises Inc., 21322 Lassen Street, Chatsworth, California 91311. It is produced and distributed as adult entertainment aimed at illuminating ongoing changes in current patterns of social behaviour with the view that the picturing and displaying of the unclothed human body is deserving of increased acceptance in our contemporary culture. All rights reserved on entire contents of this issue. Nothing may be reprinted in whole or in part without written permission from the publisher. Copyright © 1978 by Lashgrade Ltd under licence in UK. Manuscripts and illustrations must be accompanied by a stamped self-addressed envelope; the publisher cannot accept responsibility for the safe return of unsolicited material. We do not release any information about, or sell photographs of, any model appearing in this magazine. Any similarity between persons living or dead and the characters named in fiction or semi-fiction is entirely coincidental. All photographs in this magazine, except those of public figures, are posed by professional models, and neither the photographs nor the words accompanying them describe, or are meant to be understood as, the actual personality or conduct of the models. All letters received from readers are deemed to be offered for publication unless otherwise stated. Printed in the UK under licence by Lashgrade Ltd.


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