Power Exchange Magazine
The Nazca Plains Corporation
PO Box 27432
Austin, TX 78755
Publisher: Robert Steele
Editor Emeritus: Robert J. Rubel
Art Director: Blake Stephens
Copyright © 2013 by The Nazca Plains Corporation. Published
August 2013. ISSN: 05316-87270 All rights reserved by the copyright
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is published for your entertainment. It is not an instruction manual.
It is not a suggestion. Every decision you make, from getting out of
bed in the morning to crossing the street in traffic, requires that you
utilize judgment and knowledge for which POWER EXCHANGE
is not a substitute. You are responsible for yourself and your own
safety. Stay safe.
POWER EXCHANGE, its officers and owners, editors and
contributors, columnists, artists, authors and illustrators cannot be held
responsible if you attempt to apply as lessons the fantasies and fictions
in this publication. Neither is POWER EXCHANGE your doctor.
All questions of disease and disease transmission are intentionally
ignored by this magazine in favor of the erotic entertainment value of
the fantasy scenes that can be provided in the absence of that concern.
Everyone associated with POWER EXCHANGE encourages you to
play safe and to fi nd sources for whatever information and instruction
you need to be able to do that.
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