Your magazine is showing women the way to freedom of expression in the press and, more importantly, within the home and marital life. Many couples would be happier if they could speak freely to one another of their deep passions. I am a 34-year old divorcee, who enjoys your magazine immensely. I look for the "Special preference" letters as I love being given enemas, but I could never bring myself to ask my ex-spouse to give them to me, thinking this must be a morbid taste.
After much soul-searching, I find it is no crime to be anally erotic. The crime is making it a problem, being unable to face the fact that one is human, full of feeling and desires. I wish my desires could be fulfilled and controlled within a couple's loving relationship, instead of in secret, extra-marital affairs.
No one objects to getting pleasure from taking a bath. Yet, when we bathe our internal organs, using an enema, it is frowned on by everyone from medical men to preachers. Probably, high pressure enemas are harmful and should be rejected on medical grounds, but many sluggish, inactive persons would feel better and probably live longer if they used a slowly-filling warm >water enema to bathe their colons more often.
I prefer being given enemas to taking them myself because I am exhibitionistic and wanted most of all for my husband to take a personal interest in my body and its beauty. I like the warm flow of water and the erotic feelings of receiving the injection. It's better to live your erotic sexual life at home than in bars or massage parlors. Women still lose their husbands and men their wives, because we have never become used to speaking our innermost sexual thoughts except to a cheap whore or otherwise liberated person of low morals. Putting labels on behavior is wrong in itself and does not solve any of the human problems. Mrs. E.J., Boulder, Co. (April 1972)