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Vintage 1960's Disturbing Newspapers

✰ ADULTS ONLY 

Originally published from 1946 until 1973, Justice Weekly was a Canadian tabloid in Toronto that featured disturbing and erotically-oriented content revolving around discipline, punishment, and cross-dressing themes of particular interest to fetishism enthusiasts.

The popular narrative is that it was an unremarkable, obscure, and pornographic paper which was co-opted by gay voices in the 1950's, but Justice Weekly *really was* primarily about justice, rather than titillation.

These particular copies from the late 60's feature articles about deeply disturbing Canadian and International criminal cases (especially corporal punishment) in institutional and domestic environments.

• Measures Approx. 8.5" x 11"
• Features 16 Pages Per Issue
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