Steve Victor is a man who studies sex.
He studies it from all angles as well as upside-down and right-side-up. He not only studies it, he loves it and that makes his research even more fun. He is also the one-man organization known as O.R.G.Y.
O.R.G.Y. stands for, according to Victor, the Organization for the Rational Guidance of Youth. He named it that because having a name that correctly indicated the true purpose of studying sex would likely get too many doors shut in his face and to Victor, the open doors meant more chances for money and the real meaning of Obtaining Research Grants for Yours truly.
While Victor freely admits that he is working hard for grant money to continue his amazing life style, grants are not his only source of income for as he travels about the world, he also does odd jobs here and there for a 'most secret of American spy organizations'. This unnamed agency, which is definitely not the CIA, might send him to various action spots in the world but it is his lust that makes the spots get active.
At the height of the Bond craze, with Goldfinger having just been released and Thunderball in production, Lancer books began publishing a series of semi-spoofs of the Bond genre with an emphasis on the sex. The character would not just be a secret agent who loved sex, however, he would be an expert at love making who happened to be at times a secret agent.
The wildness of the sex and the unabashed audacity of the plots clicked with randy readers and the sub-genre of spy sex romps began. Even as the lasciviousness of the series was being decried from many directions, the concept was being rapidly copied by many others, most notably the Coxeman, and the Man From T.O.M.C.A.T.. Less well-known but still on the scene were the Lady from L.U.S.T., the Miss from S.I.S., the Man from S.A.D.I.S.T.O., the Man from P.A.N.S.Y., and the Girl from H.A.R.D. None enjoyed the success of the original, however.