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Your privacy

Your email address is used so that you can reset your password if you forget it. We cannot retrieve your password once it has been encrypted into our database. We have to change it and then email the new one to you. We do not give/sell your email address to anyone else. From time to time we may let you know about special offers or new functions available through our website - but this will be no more than two or three emails a year.

We have provided a facility for you to download a statement showing all the information we hold against your username. It can be found on the My Details page.

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Forgotten passwords

We cannot retrieve your password as it is encrypted in our database. If you forget your password you can ask for it to be reset here. We will change your password and send you an email with the new one. You can use the new one to log in - but don't forget to change your password to something you will remember. You can change your password through the My Details page.

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How do I open downloaded documents?

Corporal Contacts Magazine has existed in printed form for almost 30 years and we have taken a decision to continue this tradition through the website. You can download free, and paid for, documents to your computer for future use.

These documents are in PDF format so you will need a PDF reader such as Adobe or Foxit. Before you install any new software try opening this test document (by clicking on the link) to see if anything happens - you may already have a PDF reader installed.

Once you have opened a document don't forget to save it to your computer for future use!

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File does not begin with %PDF- error

This is not an error with the documents on our website. It is an error caused by a combination of the web browser you are using (namely, Internet Exploer) and various add-ons it uses to read pdf documents. One solution is to ensure your browser and adobe/acrobat plug-ins are up to date.

We suggest you download documents to your computer first - before trying to open them. To do this, right-click on the document's link and choose "Save As..." (or "Save Target As...") and save it to your computer. You can then double-click on the saved document to open it. This method means your browser does not try to open the document which is what is causing the problem in the first place. If, after reading this page, you still encounter problems please let us know and we'll try to help.

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How do I meet people with similar interests?

For many years CC Magazine has carried personal adverts to help subscribers get in touch with like-minded individuals. There are two ways you can get in touch with others: 1) reply to personal adverts or 2) place your own advert.

Replying to personal adverts could not be easier. Simply write to the advertiser, place your reply in an envelope and write the box number in the top right-hand corner. Do not write anything else on the envelope. Place your envelope(s) inside a larger envelope, along with the required fee and postal stamps, and send to the CC address. Full instructions are available in each printed edition of Corporal Contacts Magazine.

Alternatively, you can reply to personal ads through this website. To do so, you must first register as a member and then purchase personal advert reply "Stamps". Details are available once you have logged in.

Why not place your own ad? There are people out there who share your interests but you won't hear from them unless they know about you! Placing your own advert (stating your own likes/dislikes) can be a good way to get in touch. You should be honest in your advert and state which area(s) you are prepared to travel to. The wider the area, the more replies you will receive.

You must be a paid-up subscriber of the issue(s) in which your advert will appear.

It is a condition of advertising that you respond to every reply you receive, even if only to say "No thanks".

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Text size on this site is too big/small

Our site tries to find a balance between Internet Explorer's default text size (too big) and other browsers' default text sizes. If you find the text too small or too large to read comfortably you can try adjusting the size.

Altering the size depends on which internet browser you use. You could try clicking View from the menu bar, and then selecting Text Size. There is usually an option to increase or decrease the text size.

Or, if you have a mouse with a wheel - try holding down the Control key on the keyboard while turning the mouse wheel.

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U.S.C. 2257

ADULT CONTENT Please note that all spanking and sexual images, together with the naked male bodies, which appear on this site come from sites which have verified the age of the models as being 18 or over and which display the requisite 18 U.S.C. 2257 Compliance Notice. Where the images pre-date the U.S.C. 2257 requirement, such as in vintage imagery, only pictures of models clearly over the age of 18 have been posted. In addition RTA (Restricted to Adults) filtering applies.

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"Fuzzy" text using Internet Explorer 7

If you are using Internet Explorer you may notice that text appears a bit fuzzy. Before you book an appointment at the opticians you could try this fix. From the Tools menu choose Internet Options. Click on the Advanced tab, then scroll half-way down to the Multimedia section. Remove the tick from "Always use ClearType for HTML". Click Apply then OK, then restart IE. Hopefully your problem has been solved.

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How this site uses cookies

This site will place a small text file (called a cookie) on your computer when you log in to your account. This is to ensure you are kept logged-in as you move from page to page. We do not use cookies for any other purpose.

We do not use cookies to track your movements. We do not use cookies to keep records of your visits. We do not use cookies for advertising purposes.

Most web browsers allow some control of most cookies through the browser settings. To find out more about cookies, including how to see what cookies have been set and how to manage and delete them, visit

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Delete my membership

If you no longer wish to be a registered member of this website you may delete your membership by visiting this page. We will remove your username, password and email address from our database along with details of any documents you have bought. Be sure you have saved any purchases to your hard drive first.

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Is there a "Printer Friendly" option?

No. However, we have included a print stylesheet which should affect how these webpages are printed out. Try "Print Preview" from the File menu and hopefully it should look just fine. If not - please let us know so we can put it right.

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What are trade adverts?

The "Trade Ads" page contains a small number of paid adverts. Some of these ads may also appear in the printed editions of Corporal Contacts but others may not. In general, Trade Ads involve paying money for goods and/or services. Corporal Contacts is not liable for the conduct of trade advertisers. However, if you are unhappy in any dealings with a trade advertiser you must let us know - we can contact the advertiser on your behalf and may remove the advert.

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