Boys reading Blume.

From the Guardian:

Salvation came in the shape of Judy Blume. Within a year I had read most of her books - quite remarkable, on reflection, given that these were works aimed largely at young American girls and whose covers advertised this fact. This was distinctly girly material, but I just couldn't get enough of Blume. Her instructive novels provided an alternative education about subjects which just weren't being taught at school.