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Sexpol was a French journal "mariant sexualité et politique", founded by Gérard Ponthieu.

This French journal sought to promote the sexual revolution in the wake of May 1968. It was published between January 1975 and October 1980 (39 issues). Sexpol no. 1 was published on January 20, 1975.

The name Sexpol was borrowed from Wilhelm Reich.

See also

"Poster de soutien a Sexpol"





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