THE SEX PEOPLE: Erotic Performers and Their Bold New Worlds by Phyllis & Eberhard Kronhausen

THE SEX PEOPLE: Erotic Performers and Their Bold New Worlds

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Those bold new worlds sound pretty stifling to us, but then so do most Kingdom Comes. As industriously as a pair of tapeworms, the Kronhausens work through a Danish ""animal lover"" (fucking a bull, as you might imagine, would strain the athletic resources of the average pussy), various ""live-show"" performers, porn flick directors and actors both famous and unknown. Some live-show performers, you'll be learnedly informed, are in it for the money, some for the fun. Marilyn Chambers is uptight about the full range of her own sexuality, but Tina Russell and Linda Lovelace more than make up for it. Hard-core moviemakers often have trouble matching a leading man's temporarily non-functioning cock with a stand-in's. Any more hidden truths you want unveiled? Dull, and beset with an air of virtuous self-congratulation.

Pub Date: Nov. 1st, 1975
Publisher: Playboy Press