VIENET, René. Misère de la sexologie. n.p. (France), n.d. [March-April 1967]. 3 p.; ill.; 20 x 30 cm.; black ink on thick white stock

Detourned comics representing a couple in erotic postures, with “detourned” talking bubble written by members of the SI. A man describes the statistical relationship between premature ejaculation and sexual arousal. On the next page, the woman states that 96.77% of sociologists are incapable of reaching an orgasm, while the man says that, as a social scientist, he is incapable of getting an erection.

VIENET, René. Sexologie de la misère. n.p. (France), n.d. [March-April 1967]. 3 p.; ill.; 20 x 30 cm.; black ink on thick white stock.

Detourned comics representing a couple in erotic postures, with “detourned” talking bubble written by members of the SI. In this comic, the man (a University student) appears unable to get an erection, much to the woman’s (a high school student) chagrin. She then blames him for his traditional sexual behaviors and his failure to incorporate the learnings of Reich into his sex life.

Both leaflet were illegally distributed in student dormitories on University campuses in Nantes, Paris, Strasbourg et Toulouse. They would be reproduced in issue 3 of Actuel (December 1970)

We locate no copies on OCLC

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