Englishman Stanley Green, a self-styled “dietary reform activist” whose mission was to decrease people’s libidos by changing their diets, photographed on Oxford Street in London on the 21st of June, 1974.
Englishman Stanley Green, a self-styled “dietary reform activist” whose mission was to decrease people’s libidos by changing their diets, was born in Harringay, north London on the 22nd of February, 1915.
For twenty-five years, from 1968 until 1993, Green patrolled major shopping boulevard Oxford Street in London carrying placards and trying to convince people to take up a low-protein diet in order to both lose interest in sex and to become kinder.
Green died in December of 1993. He’d gained enough fame that obituaries for him were published in several major newspapers.
Oxford Street, London’s famous shopping boulevard, suffered heavy damage from German bombing during the Second World War.
On the night of 17-18 September, 1940, some of London’s best-known establishments were hit.