If you thought that HUSTLER magazine was controversial, then you have another thing coming. While Hustler is far and away the most popular publication associated with adult entertainment magazine publisher Larry Flynt, a much smaller circulation magazine that features much more outrageous and controversial content is only seen in some U.S. states and is not even offered for sale for in many states or cities. TABOO is not sold in most Southern states and Utah or cities such as Indianapolis, Indiana and many zip codes within Florida state.
Chances are that you may never see a copy of this controversial magazine in your lifetime. The magazine specializes in the offbeat, bizarre and unusual. Weirdness of this sort so far only has a small cult following circulation around 30,000 copies per issue, which is pretty small in a nation with over 300 million residents. How long such a small circulation strange publication like this will survive is a very good question. At some point you can probably expect either low sales volume economics or a government obscenity enforcement sting operation to probably end something like this controversial publication. Government always seems to have more than enough time and money to worry big time about smalltime cult following controversial items like this, while failing to address the important issues such as the economy.
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