This weeks deep dive into vintage print smut is courtesy of Love Publishing, and comes from the 1972 magazine “Blonde Sex Artist & The Painter”. This evidently is “Number Three, Spring Issue, 1972” of some series, although I doubt there was a full series with that same title (but who knows?).
Sandy C plays Viveca Blanders (?) “a sexologist with several books to her credit, books of the how-to-do-it genre.” I bet she does, I bet she does! And an as-yet unidentified actor plays Tony, the so-called “Painter” of the title. The “plot”, for what that’s worth, has Tony attempting to “seduce” Viveca, who at first resists, then per the tropes of the day, “gives in”. Perhaps in today’s “enlightened” world this wouldn’t fly, but it was not an unusual trope for this era. Make of that as you will.