for a special wild day of wondrous vintage amateur erotica from the 1940s-1960s, with swingers and couples and singles who captured their sexual side in photos.
People often ask me "how do you find these images?" The answer's simple: mostly in eBay auctions of private estate photos.
A more interesting question for me, though, is what prompts the universal impulse to document our own sexual behaviors, whether it's in photos or in writing?
It's a boon to a sexologist that since recorded history, people have gone to the effort of recording not only their behaviors but their fantasies, their sexual ideals, and their sexual satires.
Although the Internet largely disagrees and bans me all over the world, nothing I publish is pornographic. The private histories of sex are not taboo: they are -- and should be, in a free world -- open to scrunity. They show us that people have always loved in non-traditional ways, and that sex has always been part of the pursuit of pleasure and happiness.