Safe sex advice from a duck


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#2

Okay, I can't resist a tiny bit of self-promotion here. Behold: my pornographic Steampunk comedy-of-manners, starring a trio of duck/geoduck hybrids (named Hubert, Dewey, and Louise). (Link is SFW. The book itself isn't really safe for anywhere.)


#3

...so the bellhop says, "You want me to put that on your bill?"


#4

I would love to have only the children I wanted!

But seriously, I'm confused: where and under what circumstances would this cartoon have been shown?


#5

Wow, so much tip-toeing around the "c"-word.


#6

That cartoon seemed sensible and almost non-offensive, even by more modern standards.

Also, Donald Duck seems clumsy at the best of times. Maybe they should consider drawing a more graceful duck.


#7

I'll just leave this hereā€¦


#8

Thank God the woman didn't say anything. That would be so lewd!


#9

I presume everyone realizes that this was a population-explosion PSA more than a safe-sex PSA. I presume you also note that it was aimed primarily at the idea that "those people" should have fewer children.


#10

Seriously, is this narrated by Orson Welles?


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#12

Junior High/High School Sex-Ed classes?


#13

I was thinking it seems pretty sexist even for 1968, but then it seems to be intended for a global audience... it'd probably make the most sense to do it the same way today; your typically oppressed woman probably couldn't relate to one who gets to speak for herself.


#14

It would be interesting to know if this was distributed dubbed in languages other than English.


#15

Not just sex-ed, sexist-ed too.


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