I Don’t Suppose You Like Sex

Art by Charles Nicholas & Sal Trapani from the the story "His Future Bride" in BRIDES IN LOVE #10, 1958.

Art by Charles Nicholas & Sal Trapani from the the story “His Future Bride” in BRIDES IN LOVE #10, 1958.

HIM: I don’t suppose you’d care to have wild sex with me?

HER: Oh, but I would! I don’t suppose you’ll be as good your dad, though!

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What Sort of “Late” Are You?

Artist unknown. From the story "Censored" in ALL TRUE ROMANCE #2, 1951.

Artist unknown. From the story “Censored” in ALL TRUE ROMANCE #2, 1951.

Late? How so? Are you…

—Late for dinner?

—Fashionably late?

—Late as in deceased? Passed on? No more? Ceased to be? Expired? Stiff? And possibly even dead?

—Late as in…holy pregnant pauses?!! Am I’m going to be a daddy?

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Worship You Forever?

Pencils by Bob Powell from the story "I Was the Loneliest Girl in School" in HI-SCHOOL ROMANCE #3, 1950.

Pencils by Bob Powell from the story “I Was the Loneliest Girl in School” in HI-SCHOOL ROMANCE #3, 1950.

As with all the other women I’ve worshipped, I’m willing to make cash donations after services.

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It Begins Simply

Art by Vince Colletta Studio in the story "Her Engagement Ring" in FIRST KISS #22, 1961.

Art by Vince Colletta Studio in the story “Her Engagement Ring” in FIRST KISS #22, 1961.

Fancy weddings are like sex—over too soon after spending all that money!

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What Was That?

Pencils by Sam Citron from the story "I Lived a Lie" in DIARY LOVES #9, 1951.

Pencils by Sam Citron from the story “I Lived a Lie” in DIARY LOVES #9, 1951.

Those noises coming from Thad’s apartment are so odd. Squeaking bed springs. Giggling. Moaning. It almost sounds like someone having sex.

But…that can’t be. I’m not in there with him. And he promised to wait until I’m ready.

And it’s only been three years!

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September 2nd, 2014

Wild Honeymoon

Meanwhile, back in 1958…
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↓ Transcript
WOMAN (talking to a man): My last boyfriend? Oh, we met on my honeymoon!
Art: Charles Nicholas & Sal Trapani Re-ink & Color: Diego Jourdan Pereira
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