2x Rage For Men (December 1956 + February 1957)
By Ger Rijff
In their very first magazine (from December 1956), the editors behind Rage For Men took a stab at the influence of rock ‘n’ roll music on America’s youth and on women in general, claiming the meaning of rock ‘n’ roll to be “plain, unadulterated sex”.
“I’ve got my husbands Cadillac outside, come with me?”.
And in their second magazine, from February 1957, they gave Elvis the chance to defend his music.
“There’s nothing bad about rock ‘n’ roll!”.
Spot the husband/boyfriend!