In 1962 Ralph Ginzburg shocked America by publishing Eros magazine. The quarterly Magazine, that only achieved publishing four issues, presentedsexuality in history, politics, art and literature to a deeply conservative audience. The magazine’s four issues discussed many taboo themes of the 1960’s such as interracial dating, nudity, and prostitution. Many who received or bought the magazine were out raged by the particular publication. However, as Americans look back today at Eros Magazine, they hold a profound respect for the art direction and journalism that Eros magazine exhibited. The magazine was not like any typical magazine of the 60’s. The publication looks more like a book, with stiff board covers and absolutely no advertisements. Inside there are a variety of different paper types and printing techniques used. Overall the publication was revolutionary in many ways, pushing the boundaries of sexuality and freedom of speech. Can someone please bring this back to print?!!!