Tijuana Bibles

Tijuana Bibles were popular from roughly the 1920s through the 1940s. They were small in size and usually only eight pages in length, leading to another term for them: An 8-pager. They were extremely graphic and frequently featured the fantasy sex life of both real life celebrities and famous cartoon characters. This is a long and honored tradition of parody from the ribald woodcuts mocking the sexual habits of the Royal Family during revolutionary days to today's Internet photochops and animated GIF files.

Of course, don't parody Disney, unless you want to end up like Dan O'Neill!

Given the compact format, the plots involved as much sex as possible, usually with a situational punchline at the end. They were not only the only available sex education of the time, but also perhaps the only ponography as well.