This was a book published in 1966, back when the idea of someone being gay was funny in and of itself. I don't know for sure, but Mort Drucker's probably embarrassed by it now.
This was most likely written by Jackie Kannon, who wrote a lot of books like this and edited a magazine for a while called RATFINK.
The same publisher also did a couple books of “Fannie Hillman” illustrated by Sergio Aragones to cash in on the Jewish mother schtick of the time. It's weird how the people behind Jewish jokebooks were most likely Jewish while the gay jokebooks were written by people who probably never even met a homosexual.
The text is all in this script on the facing page, but I didn't feel it was worth scanning just to get that text when it was quicker to retype.
The other half to come Monday.
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