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Gent Jan 1966
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Gent January 1966

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Gent January
How To Break In A Secretary

 


Gent Feb 1966
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Gent February 1966

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Now They Want To Tax Bachelors
Sex And Age Of Consent

 


Gent Mar 1966
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Gent March 1966

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Boston VS New York Sex
The Greatest Lover In The World

 


Gent Apr 1966
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Gent April 1966

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1966 Report On American Sex
How To Handle A Virgin

 


Gent May 1966
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Gent May 1966

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Report On The Erotic Revolution
Miss America & The Giants

 


Gent Jun 1966
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Gent June 1966

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Sex Unlimited The World's Most Exclusive Club
New Kick: The Honeymoon Game
How Many Wives Do You Need?

 


Gent Jul 1966
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Gent July 1966

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The Boss's Wife As A Career Weapon
More About Fanny Hill
Limey Go Home! Or How Much Is Too Much

 


Gent Aug 1966
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Gent August 1966

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Anatomy Of A Bachelor
Witchcraft A-Go Go
A Guide To Summer Sex

 


Gent Sep 1966
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Gent September 1966

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Hamilton In Munich
The Beach Party The She-Wolf
Wenzel's Gal Octopus Hunt
Wine Women Sex

 


Gent Oct 1966
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Gent October 1966

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The Texan & The Iron Virgin
Sex In The Afternoon
Never Tell A Girl The Truth

 


Gent Dec 1966
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Gent December 1966

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The Inside Story Of A Make Out Artist
The Nude In The Cornfield
In Praise Of Older Women
Heinrich Mueller: The Most Dangerous Man In The World

 

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Gent was a pornographic magazine published by the Magna Publishing Group, publisher of Swank, Genesis, Velvet and many other popular men's magazines. It focused on women with large breasts, and is subtitled "Home of the D-Cups".

Begun in 1956 by Excellent Publications, Inc. as The Gent, it was one of a number of "skin magazine" startups at the time aimed at male readers in imitation of Playboy and hoping for similar success. It was soon prosecuted for obscenity by the United States Postal Service, but was found not obscene at that time. Skin magazines in general and Gent specifically proved to be a fiction market for popular writers like Harlan Ellison, one that was more open because it was "a little less constrained by fiction market formulas."

It was again prosecuted in New York State, but the New York State Court of Appeals ruled that since it was not hardcore pornography it could not be found to be obscene. The case has been described as "for a time and perhaps even now, the single most important obscenity case decided" by that court and "the focal point for addressing the issues of legal regulation of obscenity in New York." It was prosecuted again in Arkansas, where a jury convicted it, but the United States Supreme Court agreed to review the case, bundling it in Redrup v. New York.

It continued to be a market for popular fiction through the 1970s, 80s (then put out by Dugent Publishing Corp.) and 90s, publishing pieces such as "Strawberry Spring" by Stephen King. In later years, it was owned by the Princeton Media Group, publisher of other similar magazines such as Oui at which time it was derided by some as a "working-class Playboy wannabe", and overshadowed by the publicity surrounding Hustler publisher Larry Flynt.

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