Swinging is like opening a bag of potato chips in church. Everyone looks at you in disgust, but deep down inside they want some too. This book is a primer for couples interested in exploring "The Lifestyle" known as swinging. You'll learn great tips for throwing your own swinger parties, how to meet and attract other swingers, as well how to avoid some of the common pitfalls that happen while swinging.
This book works with two contrasting imaginings of 1960s London: the one of the excess and comic vacuousness of Swinging London, the other of the radical and experimental cultural politics generated by the city's counterculture. The connections between these two scenes are mapped looking firstly at the spectacular events that shaped post-war London, then at the modernist physical and social reconstruction of the city alongside artistic experiments such as Pop and Op Art. Making extensive use of London's underground press the book then explores the replacement of this seemingly materialistic image with the counterculture of underground London from the mid-1960s. Swinging City develops the argument that these disparate threads cohere around a shared cosmology associated with a new understanding of nature which differently positioned humanity and technology. The book tracks a moment in the historical geography of London during which the city asserts itself as a post-imperial global city. Swinging London it argues, emerged as the product of this recapitalisation, by absorbing avant-garde developments from the provinces and a range of transnational, mainly transatlantic, influences.
What was the secret of Percolator's amazing COFFEE POWERS? How had he stopped the invasion from space and made one of the monstrous aliens his sidekick? Who was Titania, the fairy girl, and what was Charkle? When Lorie found the star stick and became a hero herself, she learned the incredible answers to these questions. But then she was captured by a villain. He, too, knew all of the secret answers. Illustrations by the author.
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