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What she sees there, she says, is the ugly side of sex, the result of local ignorance and international indifference, where sex has become a matter of life and death. Its courageous, in-depth journalism provided early-warning signs for all the environmental challenges we face now and was, for decades, hugely influential in setting the environmental and green political agendas in the UK and elsewhere. Near fine condition, quarto, black boards, in near fine condition, illustrated throughout, 284 pages.

In very near Fine condition with a minor faint crease line to the spine, where somebody has had a peep, no dust wrapper as published. Instead she has been an actress, stand-up comedian, journalist, children's TV presenter – "you should see what went on, off-camera, on Playschool: very educational" – television producer and newspaper columnist. The editor, or "editrice" as she described herself, threw all her energy into raising money to keep the title going - she and her staff even took their clothes off to pose for one memorable issue.

Now, Kate Copstick, the review's new owner, is promising that fine writing will once again underpin sex and sensuality: "The Erotic Review has to be about two things – great writing, which is witty, funny, intelligent, knowledgeable – and sex.

I am a qualified psychotherapist and the author more than 40 books for adults and children and I was inducted into Who’s Who in 2014.

These often tell a very different story to the PR that filters through to the media about modern pharmaceuticals. Finance is provided by PayPal Credit (a trading name of PayPal UK Ltd, Whittaker House, Whittaker Avenue, Richmond-Upon-Thames, Surrey, United Kingdom, TW9 1EH).

The Baptist, who might be a focus of sympathy, rants in Arabic like an outpatient or a hate preacher. First published in 1997 as a bimonthly magazine, the Erotic Review is relaunching in 2024 as an art and literary platform that explores desire. A spokesperson told us: “He used to stay in a hotel near Marble Arch but he found it’s cheaper to stay at a club in Mayfair, seeing as that’s expensed as an MEP. Ms Pelling joined the company in 1996 and over the next few years set about turning it into a fully fledged magazine, offering a very different form of titillation to top-shelf titles.We have probed sex symbols from Jean Christophe Novelli to Gyles Brandreth, made space for the bad boys like John Walsh and Rod Liddle, enjoyed the wits of Jonathan Green, Giles Coren and Auberon Waugh and excited the aesthetic talents of Brian Sewell and Stephen Bayley.

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