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Son of Joy Of Sex author admits he was ’embarrassed’ when popular erotic manual first came out


Nicholas Comfort, a mild-mannered grandfather in his mid-70s, is the very soul of discretion.

A heritage steam railway enthusiast — he volunteers with the Bluebell Line in West Sussex — cricket aficionado and elder of his local free church in South-East London, he went to public school, progressed seamlessly and with distinction to Cambridge and has enjoyed a career as a journalist, writer and political adviser.

He dresses with conservatism, his hair is neatly barbered and his demeanour youthful.


Nicholas Comfort, the only child of the late Dr Alex Comfort who authored The Joy of Sex, and wife Jeanette

You’d be forgiven for thinking, with his irreproachable credentials and impeccably respectable hobbies, that he was the product of an entirely conventional middle-class upbringing.

But how deceptive appearances are! For Nick is the only child of the late Dr Alex Comfort; author of The Joy Of Sex, the ground-breaking erotic manual with which his name became synonymous. And…



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