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Ah, who can forget Pluck, the "High Class Weekly Library of Adventure at Home & Abroad, on Land & Sea." The magazine proudly features stories about "plucky" sailors, soldiers, firemen, explorers, detectives and "railwaymen." If that doesn't trip your gaydar, you're in a persistent vegetative state. It's like the Village People formed a barbershop quartet. And let's not leave out "All Sorts And Conditions Of British Heroes," which just screams "smutty great flaming queens inside."

You probably can't read the caption under the picture, but apparently Nelson Lee is upset because two gentlemen interrupted his "plucky deed" with the guy on the floor.

Mind you, this was published when Alfred Kinsey was just a twinkle in the family jewels. And it's only the tip of the iceberg.

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