|The Unassuming Icon
| It's 1955, and men in fedoras and overcoats patronize Times Square magazine stores, scoping the racks for titles like Titter and Wink, Escapade and Flirt. They peer sideways at one another, not quite acknowledging one common desire and sense of guilt (which only enhances the titillation).
"Do you have anything one little¦ different?", one narrow-eyed customer asks the clerk. "Anything with¦ unusual footwear?" When the inevitable raid begins, the men scatter into the night, heads down and clutching their coats around them. ...
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