Madonna has reflected on the “narrow-minded” criticism – including from Australian media – she faced after releasing her iconic book Sex 30 years ago.

Back in 1992, the singer released the explicit 128-page coffee table book shortly after her fifth studio album Erotica.

The book – which came sealed in condom wrapper-like foil – contains an array of nude photos of the singer simulating sex acts and BDSM scenes with various models, including stars like Naomi Campbell, Isabella Rossellini and Vanilla Ice.

Sex sold more than 150,000 copies in one day in the US. It would go on to sell millions of copies worldwide. It remains the fastest-selling coffee table book of all time, and each copy is still a highly sought after collector’s item.

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