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post From The Archives

June 30th, 2011

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“You know that kind of jury duty everyone is always trying to get out of? Well, this is the other kind.

A great script and direction by the always intriguing Joe Gage makes this story about an obscenity trial double watchable, because the cast is also great.” –Martin Cox,

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A handyman, a high school principal, a network engineer…they’re just a few of the men presiding over a landmark obscenity trail. The sexual tension mounts in the hall of justice, where underlying passions erupt as Jury Duty intensifies. Crafted by legendary director Joe Gage, it proves that a hung jury is the best verdict. And before it’s over, everyone will be guilty as sin…

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post Media Love

June 30th, 2011

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Yesterday’s vintage magazine post brought to mind the #1 source for vintage pop culture material. Check it out; civilians, editors and art departments from all over the world do.


(415) 441-7737

A magical warehouse that seems to house every back issue from every magazine known to man, the Magazine has earned its reputation as one of the best shops of its kind. Magazinephiles have practically adopted the motto, “If the Magazine doesn’t have it, I guess there aren’t any copies anywhere,” and locals stop by en route to lounging at a coffee shop. Locals and tourists also like the Magazine for their extensive backlog of vintage porn, but that shouldn’t be the only reason you trek out to this shop. Right? [link]

The Magazine, a specialty retailer in the heart of San Francisco dealing in back-date magazines, ephemera and erotica, opened in the Spring of 1973. The owner and proprietor, Trent Dunphy, began with the front half of a small shop at 839 Larkin Street (currently the home of The Shooting Gallery alternative art space) with magazines standing in cardboard boxes on saw-horse tables. The original idea was not only to offer back issues of popular magazines to readers, collectors and aficionados of print media but also to provide a place where fans of erotica of all stripes could find a wide range of old and current material. And, it provided a place where magazines and books could be traded as well as bought or sold. Over the intervening years, as used bookstores steadily reduced the space they once allotted to old magazines, this little shop flourished.

Currently the shop is open six days a week (Mon-Sat 12pm-7pm) and caters to a varied clientele ranging from locals, students and tourists to set and costume designers, media professionals and collectors. The building houses a vast collection of material dating back to before the turn of the 20th century with substantial inventories of popular titles like Life, Look, The Saturday Evening Post, Sports Illustrated, Vogue, Harper’s Bazaar, Time and Newsweek, the New Yorker and many others. There are also many boxes of ephemera like theatrical programs and flyers, rail and steamship timetables, local and worldwide travel brochures, menus, sheet music, as well as popular and collectible personalities ranging from Marilyn Monroe to Michael Jackson.

Additionally, the shop offers a wide variety of adult materials, old and new, featuring magazines and books, videos and DVDs, with an unapologetic enthusiasm for fans and collectors of every hue. Whether you’re looking for Lili St. Cyr, Jim Stryker or Jeff Stryker, Eneg or Bilbrew, Tom of Finland or Denny of San Francisco, you can count on finding something here to strike your fancy.


post Let’s Get Political

June 30th, 2011

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Ladies and gentlemen, the next president of the United States…

post “Will You Marry Me?”

June 29th, 2011

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Gay-Wedding Boost

Lauren Streib does some quick math:

[A] report from the Independent Economic Conference projected that same-sex unions would generate about $284 million in additional wedding revenue and tourism and put another $27 million in taxes and license fees into the state’s coffers over the next three years. Brad Sears, the Executive Director of the Williams Institute at UCLA Law School, which has released similar studies for 15 other states and D.C., estimates a more conservative $225 million of economic activity, taking into account the state’s 9,000 couples that are already married.

But these figures are—intentionally—very conservative, using an average spend of $4,000 per wedding. Given that the average wedding in New York City costs about $70,000, while statewide average spend is closer to $30,000, according to The Knot, the impact is likely to be far, far bigger. Using the IDC’s estimate of 66,000 couples to marry in the next three years, that means at least $2 billion will be spent on same-sex weddings. Add in the amount spent on wedding rings and on gifts from guests, and the total injected income will average nearly $1 billion a year for the next few years.

Hat tip: Andrew Sullivan via The Daily Beast

…There’s been an amazingly rapid evolution on this.”

Maureen Dowd: Utopia on the Hudson


post Movie Love

June 29th, 2011

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Holiday Oscar Bait

“I’m not gonna cry, I’m not gonna cry…”

post Back In The Day…

June 29th, 2011

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On the big city newsstands of yore…

Chock-Full of  Redeeming Social Value


Vintage Stroke-Off Classics

Vol. 4

Wrestle 2 Online Now

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Wednesday Twofer


post Movie Love

June 28th, 2011

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Red Band Ribaldry

“Wet Work…”

post Word Of Mouth

June 28th, 2011

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“Joe Gage still knows how to tap into a taboo and unleash men’s libidos and this delicious film is sufficiently over-the-top for it all to work…”

The tag line of Joe Gage Sex Files Vol. #7: Doctors and Dads is “The line is crossed.” Boy, is it ever! Few porn directors invite you to suspend disbelief the way Joe Gage does, and in this film, he does not merely invite you to suspend disbelief, he invites you to shatter it. To annihilate it. To blast it to kingdom cum. Each of the three main scenes is more transgressive than the one that preceded it. – Onan the Vulgarian, XXFactor

Scorched Shirt Award

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post Art Gallery

June 28th, 2011

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post It’s Coming…

June 28th, 2011

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Joe Gage Sex Files Vol. #8

Divorced Men’s Support Group

Scene Four  The Only Issue I’m Worried About Is Taking Care Of This”

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