Lyn Chevely, together with Joyce Farmer, founded Nanny Goat Productions to create their own women-based underground comix. In 1975, their magazine Tits 'n Clits was launched. Initially, Lyn Chevely, using the pseudonym Chin Lyvely, drew a number of comics herself; later, she mainly occupied herself with writing stories for others. Apart from Tits 'n Clits, Chevely (signing Lyn Chevli) and Farmer also produced a comic about abortion, 'Abortion Eve', in 1973.
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