WHIRL magazine was a short-lived US publication for men who liked their women available for casting calls. The magazine, racy in its day, is now less sexually explicit than a lad’s mag or bottom shelf tabloid. Times have changed. Sex is now sold as something explicit and oddly antiseptic:
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