It was 1984 when On Our Backs, the first ever women-run erotica magazine  and geared toward a lesbian audience, to boot  debuted. The magazine was groundbreaking in many ways, and it played a major role in the development of sex-positive feminism.

What does this have to do with Steve Jobs? Well, as Susie Bright recounts on her blog, the magazine was originally composed via typesetting. Then one day, publisher Debi Sundahl hauled a big box into the living room and, in one fell swoop, thrust On Our Backs into the digital world. Sundahl was convinced that the computer was about to change everything about publishing  and she was right.Within a year, our entertainment for the adventurou.

Meeting lovely ladiez who remembered us from last year and told us the Sh! vibrators they bought then are still going strongAt the end of the day - still bubbly and cheerful!- Selling a few very sweet couples their very first strap on harness and dildo- Watching peoples eyes widen and/or light up when they saw the magnificent Mistress Twista on the dildo table.

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