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Damon, Gene. "Chris." Ladder, vol. 3, no. 9, June 1959, p. 22.
Chris, writer of scientific articles on marine life, lives with beautiful self-centred Dizz. Frustrated by Dizz’s inability to physically respond to her love-making, Chris seeks solace in one-night stands with others, among them warm, generous Carol. Between Chis and Carol, there is a complete rapport. Promising to leave the selfish Dizz for Carol, Chris succumbs to the former’s pleading to stay with her only to have Dizz, as usual, completely fail her. In order to save her career and sanity, Chris finds the courage to walk out on Dizz. Entirely sympathetic and the best quality Beacon has yet produced. No tacked on censors ending here.
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This book is objectionable for youth in that it describes the unnatural relationships that exists among some women.
It can serve no purpose except to acquaint youngster with disgusting acts that feel normal people with revulsion."
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