Cavalier Magazine Back Issue - February 1982
Cavalier February 1982 Magazine |
Volume 32 Issue # 2
TABLE OF CONTENTS3 Speak Out!
5 Allison: Treasure Hunter
12 Kitten's Korner / By Kitten Natividad
16 Dirty Shorts...& Other Briefs / By Kevin Burke
19 Readers' Hang-Ups: Public Places
21 Super Star Seka
26 Speed Trap / By Mark Ashley
28 Oddball Organizations / By Kay Marie Porterfield
31 Leda's Ugly Duck / By R.C. Harvey
35 Titillating Television / By J. Paul Sutter
37 Mardi Gras: Camp For Some
40 Professional Help / By Glenn Allen
43 Praise For Pamela
52 Volunteers Needed / By John R. Little
56 Rider On The Storm / By Larry Smith
60 Fight Time!
65 FREE OFFER! YOUR OWN PERSONAL AD!
69 Jane Deland: Milk 'n' Honey
93 They Shoot Horses / By Don Lomax
Every issue of Cavalier contains something surprising and unusual—articles
and stories you won't find in other men's magazines. For instance, last year,
we were among the first to publicize the "penny stock" boom beginning
to sweep the country from its onset in Denver ... a boom which, at latest reports,
has gone bust. We recently tackled the important but usually ignored subject of
the new explosion of frightening, sometimes incurable, venereal diseases. Crime
is skyrocketing and last month, Cavalier tackled the interesting (and surprising)
aspects of your legal rights and the limits of self-defense when your person or
home is threatened. Every year, millions of people respond to sex-oriented mail
orderads. In our January issue, contributor Bill Belleville enlightened our readers
on what you can expect to receive for your bucks in "Mail Order Madness"
from some advertisers who promise much and deliver very little. Over ten years
ago, rock star Jim Morrison of The Doors died in a bathtub in a Paris flat. A
decade later, when many of his contemporaries are only memories, there is a now
a phenomenal resurgence of the Jim Morrison cult. Doors albums are selling more
than ever before, the airwaves are filled with their music and "clone"
groups are springing up all over the country. Why? What is it about their music
of ten years ago that strikes such a spark, in today's "Punk" generation?
In this issue, freelance writer Larry Smith, who followed the group closely during
the 60's, has written an insightful and introspective article on The Jim Morrison
Industry to explain what has happened and why. These articles, and many more,
are what contribute to making Cavalier the unique magazine that it is. And, of
course, we never neglect our, bevy of beautiful women every month, sexual subjects
of every kind, hot stories and everything else you want in a magazine like ours.
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