Library and Archives Canada Owns a Huge Porn Stash

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One would have never thought that a country like Canada would have a porn collection as part of their heritage.

Library and Achieves Canada, an institution that holds Canada’s historical documents, revealed this week that it has a diverse porn collection, which is labelled as erotica.

The documents consist of literature and images that are purely meant for prurient interest.

Apparently, along with preserving Canada’s heritage, the Government of Canada was also tasked with looking and preserving dirty books. Below are some of the best finding of the books and videos found at Library and Achieves Canada:

Note: If you are below 18 and are offended by such things, then kindly please leave this website.

1. The World’s 1st Harlequin Novel

Originally created by Canada, Harlequin has shaped the world’s literature and is exported worldwide. The Library and Achieves Canada is filled with these romance novels. The first novel to be ever written was “The Manatee”, which is about a sailor, who has feelings for a wooden figurehead attached to his whaling ship.

2. Sister of the Damned

A pulp novel that graced the stands in 1949, Sister of the Damned is a steamy story of lesbianism. This is another rare collection, which was disguised as a memoir, not to arouse suspicion.

3. Stage Magazine

Created for Canadian men, a different edition of the magazine came out in 1941. This edition was consumed in World War II by military men. It mostly contained R-rated cartoons and beauties in bathing suits.

4. Factual Detective Stories

Introduced in 1946, these stories were about illicit sex, true crime and buxom women. In 1949, they were banned by the Canadian law, which kneecapped the industry.

5. Sexcula

Screened in 1973, this tacky masterpiece by CanCon is labelled as “the state of Canadian society at the time”, which definitely gives a new meaning to the films.

One would have thought that the Library and Achieves Canada would contain actual documentaries on the heritage of Canada but with this news in the out, Canada risks mocking its own heritage.

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