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For those born in the 60s through to the early 80s, Dear Dolly was your best bet.
Dolly was a sex and relationships advice columnist in Africa’s largest circulating magazine, the progressive and pan African conscious, Drum.
Centre-folds carried scantily dressed models in tantalizing poses as entertainment between poignant reads.
The international Cosmo (Cosmopolitan) magazine would come to define the genre of catchy cover headers with dubious advice drawn from the active imaginations of the editorial team.
Popularity of sex advise Cleopatra Diaries: 10 secret sex tips of the ancient Egyptians.
These emerging public ‘love doctors’ found appeal among young lovers and older ones too as they navigated their way through the new sexual mores.
Sex advice remains popular because it has a voyeuristic quality.
People tend to envy the open expression of sexuality by the libertines in our midst and hate them simultaneously for drawing light to the mundane reality of our sex lives.