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Image by classic_film Vintage 1950s magazine advertisement, Old Gold Cigarettes, with legendary TV host, actor, and announcer Dennis James (August 24, 1917â€"June 3, 1997), 1951 Brief Dennis James bio from Wikipedia: American television personality, actor, and announcer. He is credited as the host of television's first network game show, the DuMont Network's Cash and Carry, in 1946. James was the first person to host a telethon and the first to appear in a television commercial. [...] James often addressed the TV audience as "Mother", a practice he had begun when discussing the finer points of wrestling during his sports broadcasts. He feared the men in the audience would be insulted by the implication that they didn't already know the rules (even if they didn't), but would accept that James was merely explaining things for the benefit of women viewers. During the 1953â€"54 season, James was the announcer of the quiz program Judge for Yourself, which aired on NBC, with Fred Allen as the emcee. James gained his greatest fame as the host of numerous game shows. Prior to 1956, he and Bert Parks hosted the ABC musical game show Stop the Music. In 1956, James emceed the short-lived High Finance on CBS in which contestants answer current events questions to build up a jackpot for prizes. James later hosted the NBC daytime revival of Name That Tune (1974â€"75) and his last game show, the weekly syndicated nighttime version of The (New) Price is Right (1972â€"77). James and producer Mark Goodson co-hosted a promotional film, selling stations on the 1972 revival of Price, which was originally hosted by James' fellow TV pioneer Bill Cullen. [...] Outside of sports and game shows, James was also a popular commercial spokesman for products including Old Gold cigarettes, Kellogg's cereals and, through his own production company, many local and regional companies and businesses. For nearly 30 years, James was the spokesman for Physicians Mutual Insurance Company until his death in 1997. His expression "Okay? Okay!" became a trademark in many of James' commercials. He returned to his wrestling roots in the 1978 Henry Winkler film The One and Only as the announcer for Winkler's title match, and was also the wrestling commentator in Rocky III for Rocky Balboa's match against Thunderlips (played by Hulk Hogan). His final acting appearance was in The Method in 1997. ************************* Published in Quick news weekly magazine, Sep. 24, 1951, Vol. 5 No. 13 Fair use/no known copyright. If you use this photo, please provide attribution credit; not for commercial use (see Creative Commons license)

ACTION Magazine (October 1954) -- remember that no woman is AVERAGE ...item 3.. Pro wrestler Ric Flair calls cops after wife beats him up (June 28, 2012) ... sell celebrity photos
Image by marsmet462 Flair's marriage to Beems has been a volatile one. Two years ago Beems was arrested for punching her husband in the face during a domestic dispute, WCNC.com reported. Assault charges were later dropped for lack of evidence. . ........***** All images are copyrighted by their respective authors ........ Kinsey (Alfred Charles Kinsey..June 23, 1894 â€" August 25, 1956) is generally regarded as the father of sexology, the systematic, scientific study of human sexuality. He initially became interested in the different forms of sexual practices around 1933, after discussing the topic extensively with a colleague, Robert Kroc. It is likely that Kinsey's study of the variations in mating practices among gall wasps led him to wonder how widely varied sexual practices among humans were. During this work, he developed a scale measuring sexual orientation, now known as the Kinsey Scale which ranges from 0 to 6, where 0 is exclusively heterosexual and 6 is exclusively homosexual; a rating of X, for asexual, was added later by Kinsey's associates. . ............................................................................................................................................................................................ . .....item 1).... Kinsey and sexology ... The Kinsey Reports ... Main article: Kinsey Reports en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kinsey_Reports In 1935, Kinsey delivered a lecture to a faculty discussion group at Indiana University, his first public discussion of the topic, wherein he attacked the "widespread ignorance of sexual structure and physiology" and promoted his view that "delayed marriage" (that is, delayed sexual experience) was psychologically harmful. Kinsey obtained research funding from the Rockefeller Foundation, which enabled him to inquire into human sexual behavior. His Kinsey Reportsâ€"starting with the publication of Sexual Behavior in the Human Male in 1948, followed in 1953 by Sexual Behavior in the Human Femaleâ€"reached the top of bestseller lists and turned Kinsey into an instant celebrity. Articles about him appeared in magazines such as Time, Life, Look, and McCall's. Kinsey's reports, which led to a storm of controversy, are regarded by many as an enabler of the sexual revolution of the 1960s and 1970s. Indiana University's president Herman B Wells defended Kinsey's research in what became a well-known test of academic freedom. . ................................................ . img code photo.... upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/thumb/7/72/Kinsey-Male.... The 1948 first edition of Sexual Behavior in the Human Male, the first of the two Kinsey reports. . ................................................ . img code photo.....TIME Magazine.... upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/6/68/Time-19... Detail of Time cover, August 24, 1953. Under Kinsey's name, the caption reads "Reflections in the mirror of Venus." . ................................................ . . . ........................................................................................................................................................................................... . .....item 2).... website ... PBS.org ... Kinsey in the News Sexual Behavior in the Human Male | Sexual Behavior in the Human Female www.pbs.org/wgbh/amex/kinsey/sfeature/sf_response_female.... ----- Sexual Behavior in the Human Female (1953) In the five years between the releases of Kinsey's two reports, America completed its evolution from postwar victor to Cold War combatant. With the spectre of nuclear destruction hovering over the world, individuals like Senator Joseph McCarthy parlayed fears of Communism into political power and personal attacks on those in the opposition, who were smeared as un-American. A middle-class ideal of security and family life emerged in this domestic revival. At a time when American society seemed under attack, Kinsey's report on women was received like another torch on the bonfire. Although some welcomed the report as a necessary tool for education and understanding, outrage crested over the report's implications for American womanhood. A congressional committee launched an investigation into Kinsey's and his funders' possible connections to the Communist Party, and the Indiana professor soon lost his research funding. ................................................................................ ----- Time, August 17, 1953 Kinsey for Lutherans With Dr. Alfred Kinsey's new book Sexual Behavior in the Human Female almost ready for publication, Missouri Synod Lutherans are preparing a kind of Kinsey report of their own. In 1950 the church's Triennial Convention appropriated ,000 for a 25-man research team to investigate Biblical references and Christian teaching on marriage and family life and what Lutherans think and do about it... Among the preliminary findings: Only 16% of young Lutheran bachelors (age 16-20) admit to sexual intercourse (whereas Kinsey found that, among non-churchgoing Protestants in the same age bracket, 90% of grade-school-level males, 80% at high-school-level and 45% at college level had premarital intercourse)... 64% of married Lutherans, but only 36% of the clergy, approve the use of contraceptive devices... There was disagreement between laymen and clergy on what causes family dissension. Said the laity: finances, in-laws and disputes over child-training. Said the clergy: drink, sex, and religion. ................................................................................ ----- Newsweek, August 24, 1953 ...Kinsey's report on men was hailed with enthusiasm by some physiologists and philosophers and attacked with equal fervor by others. Any individual's attitude depended on whether he accepted Kinsey's basic notion that man's biological behavior is dictated by biological needs and subject to the same biological rules that govern lower animals... ...[In the Female Report], in concise and easy-to-read language, Kinsey batters at some contemporary ideas about the female's slower sex responsiveness, her earlier sex development, her greater extent of erogenous (sexually sensitive) zones, and her emotional reactions in sex relations... one thing strikes Dr. Kinsey as outstanding: "... the range of variation [of sex behavior] in the female far exceeds the range of variation in the male." ...The slow destruction of the double standard of sex behavior, Kinsey reasons, has resulted from freer consideration of sex matters in our times: the "emancipation" of the female, increased knowledge of contraception, anonymity of persons living in urban areas, control of venereal infection, draft armies which allow American men and women to observe foreign cultures, and drives against organized prostitution (which have drastically reduced the frequency of male contacts with prostitutes, and increased, correspondingly, the frequency of contacts with females not for direct hire.) Controversy Coming The female volume is bound to be a controversial book. Kinsey and his associates have made a contribution to man's limited scientific knowledge of human sex behavior. By presenting an immense mass of evidence, gathered by empirical investigation, they have given their concepts a certain statistical validity, but it is subject to limitations and possibly misinterpretations imposed by a purely materialistic approach. Inevitably, the new book will bring protests from those who perceive the workings of morality as opposed to plain animal desire in sex and from scientists who may not approve of the doctor's method of collecting his case histories... ................................................................................ ----- Time, August 31, 1953 K-Day In London last week, the world's biggest daily, the tabloid Mirror (circ. 4,432,700), got out its three-inch type for a single banner headline: WOMEN... K-day -- the prearranged release date for a summary of [Dr. Alfred Kinsey's] book on Sexual Behavior in the Human Female (Time, Aug. 24) -- set off the biggest and raciest commotion the world's press had seen in years... Hearst papers generally gave the story maximum play, while simultaneously cluck-clucking on their editorial pages. Hearst's New York tabloid, the Daily Mirror, which seldom passes up any story with a sex angle, explained to its readers that it ran this "supposedly... scientific effort [because] we felt we could not become overpious and fail to publish it." Scripps-Howard editors had local option on how to handle the story, e.g., the San Francisco News ran only an explanation of why it was leaving Kinsey out ("This is adult reading"), while Denver's Rocky Mountain News cut out the data on the teenage petting. Other editors had more trouble figuring out euphemisms for Kinsey's clinical explanations... Some editors did their best to keep the story going, with follow-ups on what women thought about Kinsey. Many readers were indignant. The Great Bend, Kans. Tribune got so many protests "from religious groups and... individual readers" that it stopped a five-installment series with the first and swore off: "No more Kinsey." ............................................................................... ----- Collier's, September 18, 1953 How DR. KINSEY'S Report on Women May HELP YOUR MARRIAGE by [marriage counselor] Dr. Emily Hartshorne Mudd with Bill Davidson ...For the first time, as a result of [Kinsey's] work we have facts based on they systematic observation of large numbers of people; previous pioneers in the field -- mainly Sigmund Freud and Havelock Ellis-- had instead given detailed reports on individual cases. With the publication this month of the new Kinsey Report on the sexual behavior of 5,940 women, we professionals are buttressed by even more scientific fact, by additional statistically valid averages and patterns... Education is Urgently Needed Besides using the Kinsey Report on women as a yardstick for the average (as we did with the first report) we will also use it more broadly -- to educate people. Such education is badly needed. We have actually had hundreds of cases where neither the husband nor the wife realized that women are capable of any sexual response. There are many wives who consider their husbands unfaithful because they are aroused by outside stimulation, such as pictures of other women. Dr. Kinsey's new report will show these brooding wives that nearly all men react strongly to nudity, thoughts of other experiences and so on -- and that their mental stimulations help the man respond to his wife as his immediate love object... It's not surprising that Dr. Kinsey's Sexual Behavior in the Human Female is being described as one of the most controversial books of our age. Fundamentally, it is a magnificent piece of basic research which will be used by scholars for years to come as a jumping-off place for further studies. It and its companion volume give us the fullest set of facts we have at the moment on the subject of human sexual behavior. We still don't understand the implications of some of the facts; others may be disproved later on; and we may never find a practical application for much of the material. But the book should make us at least review some of the codes and mores that were set up before we knew the facts. Certainly the new Kinsey Report should bring happiness to far more people than it may hurt, and it could even change important aspects of our culture. Several of my colleagues have commented, "Don't be surprised if in the next few years you see a quiet revolution in America, with more and more thinking parents encouraging their children to marry very young -- to spare them the frustration of having no permissible sex outlet during the peak years of their desires." If this and other significant changes do take place in our culture, it will be difficult to believe that people once asked: "Why would an important scientist like Dr. Kinsey spend fifteen years of his life studying a distasteful subject like sex?" ................................................................................. Letters to the Editor ----- Time, September 7, 1953 Can't buy our Aug. 24 Time: our newsstands sold out. All holier-than-thous want to read your report on Kinsey's book. Be prepared for indignant letters to the editor. Captain and Mrs. C. N. Beecham Wichita, Kansas ............................................................................... ----- Time, September 14, 1953 You are to be complimented on giving such a comprehensive account... Dr. Kinsey feels that the information he has gathered will help people to plan for happier marriages. I believe he is right... Elizabeth Rosser Chicago, Illinois Any man who could get that much straight forward information from one, let alone nearly 6,000 women, should be Time's Man of the Year. R. C. Tomlinson West Orange, New Jersey ................................................................................ ----- Collier's, October 16, 1953 I want to commend you on your article... I have been married 19 years and my husband took at least half of those years to learn a few of the things that Kinsey sets down so clearly. Thank you for a fearless article and one which I am sure will help people. (Name withheld) De Kalb, Illinois I am no prude or saint, and Alfred C. Kinsey can publish his report on Sexual Behavior in the Human Female, but why your magazine should stoop to the low level of publishing a summary of this report is beyond me. Loren A. Bates Jackson, Mississippi ............................................................................... ----- Look, October 20, 1953 I read the article on Dr. Kinsey's report with disgust. He takes a so-called survey of a few American women with bad morals and sets them up as an example of typical American womanhood... Mrs. Chester Lyons Cedar Lake, Indiana Dr. Kinsey is to be congratulated for pioneering in the study of a perilous subject: woman. His work will serve as a kicking-off point for hundreds of scientific studies. Yet, I wonder if anyone will ever succeed in categorizing these unpredictable creatures. Bill Smith Chicago, Illinois ................................................................................ ----- Collier's, October 30, 1953 I think congratulations are in order to Dr. Emily Hartshorne Mudd and Bill Davidson for showing the proper relationship between the book and education. Instead of merely reviewing the findings, they have made them practical for education by showing the information workable. Mrs. James Knowles Detroit, Michigan page created on 1.27.05 . . ............................................................................................................................................................................................ . .....item 3).... Daily News ... NYDailyNews.com ... www.nydailynews.com/news/national Pro wrestler Ric Flair calls cops after wife beats him up Flair, a force in the ring for 45 years, called police Monday night to ask for help in dealing with his abusive wife, Jacqueline Bains Beems, police say. Comments (8) BY MEGHAN NEAL / NEW YORK DAILY NEWS . .................................... img code photo ... Pro wrestler Ric Flair and wife, Jacqueline Bains Beems assets.nydailynews.com/polopoly_fs/1.1104046.1340908524!/... Pro wrestler Ric Flair at the Beverly Hills premier of ‘The Wrestler’ in 2008. (Photo by Jason Merritt/FilmMagic) Photo credits: JASON MERRITT / FILMMAGIC .................................... . Thursday, June 28, 2012, 2:40 PM www.nydailynews.com/news/national/pro-wrestler-ric-flair-... Champion wrestler Ric Flair, a force in the ring for 45 years, reportedly called police Monday after he was assaulted by his wife - again. Flair called police Monday night to ask for help in dealing with his abusive wife, Jacqueline Bains Beems, police say. . .............................................. img code photo ... Jacqueline Bains Beems mug shot: assets.nydailynews.com/polopoly_fs/1.1104048!/img/httpIma... Jacqueline Bains Beems mug shot: She has been arrested twice for assulting her professional wrestler husband, Ric Flair. .............................................. . Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police went to the couple's North Carolina condo. No arrests were made and no one was brought to the hospital, according to the police report. Flair's marriage to Beems has been a volatile one. Two years ago Beems was arrested for punching her husband in the face during a domestic dispute, WCNC.com reported. Assault charges were later dropped for lack of evidence. At that time Flair's agent said in a statement, "Ric has done nothing wrong. Ric finds this incident unsettling and is committed to correcting any issues in his personal life," the Global Post reported. . ........................................... img code photo ... assets.nydailynews.com/polopoly_fs/1.1104047!/img/httpIma... Ric Flair looks on while awaiting the entrance of Hulk Hogan during the 2009 Hulkamania Tour in Perth, Australia. (Photo by Paul Kane/Getty Images) Photo credits: PAUL KANE / GETTY IMAGES ........................................... . The couple married in 2010 and met in 2004 during one of Flair's appearances in Chicago. Under the wrestling name "Nature Boy" Flair, the 6-foot-1, 243-pound fighter has won 30 different titles and was inducted in the WWE Hall of Fame twice. He continues to wrestle part-time for WWE. . . . ............................................................................................................................................................................................ . . .

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