San Diego: Phenix Publishers, ca. 1968.
4to. A hippie exploitation mag with a cover blurb advertising a "nude hippie party with a naked rock band" named "The Monkey Wenches." Filled with photos of naked hippies frolicking outdoors and, of course, at the nude hippie party. Includes 18 pages of color photos. Prints "Hippie Hurrah" a long article by S. F. Concom about the hippie phenomena in which he notes that: "What the establishment dares not face, or even think of, is that the values now fundamental to the hippie world are not, or is only very indirectly, related to the use of marijuana, LSD, speed or other 'narcotics'. They are, quite simply, the fresh, clean values of a rebellious youth fed up with the corrupt, brutal, dismal, dull, ugly world their hapless, tasteless parents have raised them in..." In other words, they don't need drugs, just good, clean, naked fun. Very fine.