God’s Own Daughter
Many are the hip-leaning persons who, after visiting the lower east side, return to their nine to five routine confused, perhaps even frightened by the implications of this revolutionary culture. They look for reassurance of social solidarity from the Liberal Left, the Beatles or, most insidious of all, a psycho. The psycho holds out to the faltering American youth a way to return to the psychological comforts, the apple pie and police protection of the American Way. But there exists another Way, now classified as socially aberrant, that is being propagated by ten Sensitivities—the form and substance of the Society of Acid Therapists.