May Reading Guild

Published in 1968, this novel by Drew Austin offered up the misunderstood character of Lonnie.  Lonnie was a man starved for the kind of sexual relations that society didn't approve of.  Lonnie found the answer to his desires in prison, as well as the untouchable guard, Phil. This novel was actually part of their French Line series of books and is numbered "French Line 46."  The back cover has an image of Eiffel Tower.
This book, Queer St. U.S.A. comes courtesy of Century Books and sounds the alarm that "15% of all Americans are homosexual!" This "growing national problem" of men engaging in homosexual activities together is must-reading for the concerned citizen, as it includes a slang dictionary of the special words that these homos use!  Lucky we have Matt Bradley to share with us what goes on all over the country.  It's reported that Century Books published five titles between 1965-1967.
 Of course, what could be better than to put the 'eye-moves of desire' on those hunky men working out in g-strings and jock straps at the gym?  The blonde laying on the floor looks to have ideas about working out with that beauty in the black pouch. 

Peter Gordon

Peter Gordon's practically bouncing right out of his big pouch with enthusiasm and sportsman gusto!  It's nice to see that those firm white buns have been gently protected from the California sunshine (courtesy of some swim trunks that were much more modest than what he wore for this photo shooting).  Reported to have served in the U.S. Air Force, Peter became an accomplished body builder who also went by the last name of Pendleton.  Interestingly, it's reported that his brother was also a physique model who went by the names of Sandy Gordon and Hugh Pendleton.  The brothers both posed for Spartan.  Gentleman from across the country who appreciated the sport of fencing could lick a stamp, drop in $2.50 and send it to Spartan Box 16905 West Branch, Los Angeles 46, California.  In return, they would receive twelve nifty borderless matt prints back in the mail.

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