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Ten years ago, our Sex issue was so scandalous that some of the magazine staff were worried about putting their names on the masthead. Inside, there were confessions of a porn shop clerk, intimate portraits of sex workers and a double-page spread on erotic toys. But it’s the tamer details that shock us today—a survey revealing just 26 percent of single Vancouverites were using online dating at the time, and a roundup of clubs that shows a surprising trend of longevity in our local nightlife: Republic, the Roxy, 1181 and Caprice managed to ride out a volatile industry through the decade.
There’s an undercurrent of worry about the future of marijuana users as a new crackdown law is introduced. “It’s going to make the country unrecognizable from what it was. A lot of my friends and the people I know will end up in jail. It’s scary.”
A profile on famed CFMI host (and former RCMP officer) Terry David Mulligan has a strangely Teen Beat vibe: “He has an affection for hot foods. He wears size nine Nike Airs. Hobbies: tennis, fishing.” Elsewhere in the issue: a 3,000-word salute to redheads.
The author of a cover story profile on a roller-rink-turned-club was enchanted with the North Van spot: “When the Burrard Inlet ferry goes into operation, many of us will find it romantic and cosmopolitan to sail across for dinner and listening.”