For Men Only

For Men Only, also known as I Like Birds, is a 1967 British short sex comedy film written, produced and directed by Pete Walker. It was his debut production.


Freddie Horne loves his job working for a trendy women's fashion magazine, but his pretty blonde fiancée is getting jealous. To smooth things over Freddie takes a job with the Puritan Magazine Group, an organisation hell-bent on promoting moral reform and "family values". However, the caddish chief executive Miles Fanthorpe is not all he seems. Fanthorpe's East Grinstead country house is actually full of scantily-clad young women, and he is secretly publishing a girlie magazine.