Metecue's most active years straddled the late 1960's liberalization of U.S. obscenity laws, so one would expect a considerable body of work using posing straps or other means of obscuring genitals. This is not the case, however, and I actually had to scrounge to find enough non-nude Metecue images to fill out this series. I'll start with Chris Dillon who appeared on the cover of Jr. Don't you just love that slogan, "The strength of America lies in its youth?" This was at a time when the establishment thought American youth was going to hell in a handbasket. Sarcasm anyone?