Here's a 45, complete with damaged picture sleeve, that I was surprised to find among a batch that I bought online a few years ago. From 1981, it's a group promoting themselves as "The Normal Majority" with two smug, idiotic songs promoting the elimination of feminism. The b-side of this record appeared on this side many years ago, as part of a compilation, but without any of the images, and without the a-side, which is at least as ridiculous as the b-side.
I'm sure this is meant as humor, and maybe you'll find some in it, but to me it falls completely flat. I'd love to think that this was meant as satire (although even then, I'd consider it a failed attempt), but at the same time, I'm fairly sure there's not a chance of that. The address on the back, where you can join their club, indicates that they meant every word.
The one thing that does not surprise me about this record is that it came out of Techny, IL. I grew up two miles east of the tiny hamlet of Techny, which was founded by an extremely conservative religious order, and was still, in 1981, dominated by their facilities. While those facilities certainly contained gorgeous architecture, flora and grounds, they also housed men who, while not married themselves, probably held views about marriage which were quite similar to those on this record. (Techny is no longer a separate community, having been annexed by its neighbor, Northbrook, about a decade after this record was released.)