One of my wife's co-workers found an October 1972 issue of Seventeen magazine and donated it to us. Reading the ads is a fascinating look at North American attitudes towards college-age women when I was three years old. Plus they're bloody hilarious:
My favourite for its sheer creepiness has to be this one, part of a two-page spread for a Helena Rubinstein fragrance called "Heaven Sent":
To wit: "A woman whose life is in the future should smell different from a woman with a past." That reflects the overarching message on many pages of the magazine in those heady post–Summer of Love, pre-Watergate years, which was, "You're a young, free-spirited, college girl, unencumbered by the creaky old mores of the past. You can be and do anything you want! But if you sleep around, everyone will spit on you."