In that spirit, let's enjoy some incredible EROTIC jewelry designs sold in men's magazine advertisements during the mid-1970s, shall we?
The "Male Chauvinist Pin" is kind of a nice shorthand. The same way I'd be able to identify fellow Phi Beta Kappa members by the pin on their lapels, I'd have a nice fore-warning that the man wearing this pin is to be avoided at all costs. I like it when people give me a heads-up that way! That having been said, *I* should probably wear one of these in order to warn others of my own sass-mouth tendencies.
These rings raise more questions than they offer answers. Firstly, they challenge the very definition of "erotic," at least as I understand that word, and secondly they make one wonder what "leasure" indicates. Still, I'm not going to lie and tell you I *wouldn't* wear the "Screw You" ring.
I like the 1970s because it was a time in which one could assume that the same person who would wear this gold-tone "Time to Fuck" watch would also know what a sybarite was. And yes, friends, this IS another fine Leasure Time product. I wonder how many people matched Leasure Time jewelry with their Lew Magram Soho Bodysuits...