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Sexuality: Sex and the Law

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Washington Post

Tens of thousands of abortion opponents marched through melting snow on the Mall and vowed to work harder to overturn the Roe v. Wade Supreme Court decision that legalized abortion in 1973.

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AFP

Amsterdam's red light district is reportedly to receive a bronze statue dedicated to prostitutes around the world. Sculptress Els Rijerse made the statue at the request of a former prostitute Mariska Majoor, who founded a centre on prostitution i

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BusinessWeek

German drugmaker Boehringer Ingelheim didn't set out to create a Viagra-like drug for women. The company was simply trying to develop a fast-acting antidepressant, one that patients would respond to in a matter of days, not weeks as in most curre

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AP

The Center for Reproductive Rights subpoenaed the White House in mid-November as part of its lawsuit against the Food and Drug Administration. It wants the White House documents to determine whether it interfered with the FDA's handling of a req

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The Register

[***Sexual content warning***] The iBuzz, one of the first iPod-driven massagers, is back, reinvented not only as a more compact, more stylish device but also with the ability to power a pair of ... color coordinated too.

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Metro

A man is accused of having sex with the carcass of a deer that he found lying beside the road – but his lawyer denies that he committed bestiality, on the grounds that a dead deer isn't an animal any more.

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AP

The trial of an Atlanta-area father accused of circumcising his 2-year-old daughter with scissors is focusing attention on an ancient African practice that experts say is slowly becoming more common in the U.S. as immigrant communities grow.

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AP

Eight years after Congress passed a law aimed at protecting children from online pornography, free speech advocates and Web site publishers argued in federal court that the never-enforced measure is fatally flawed.

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Reuters

(What headline do you use for this one) The discovery of intersex fish -- males with some female characteristics, including some carrying eggs -- in Washington's Potomac River is raising concerns about pollution from chemicals that can affect ho

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Dary Matera

Fate smiled lustily upon me Saturday night at 2:30 a.m. when two playfully intoxicated, nubile young Goth Gurls at a local club invited me to follow them to their cave. One was so playfully drunk that her supple left breast kept popping out of her sh

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Boston Globe

Complaints about young people who spend time in downtown naked have prompted the Select Board to explore an anti-nudity ordinance. Vermont has no law against nudity, though some cities and towns ban it by ordinance.

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Reuters

[Pay your marriage tax.] A Missouri couple who must get married, or move, in order to comply with a housing ordinance sued claiming rules prohibiting the unmarried couple and their children from living together are unconstitutional.

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Reuters

[Huummm. Congress just recessed.] Hundreds are being urged to attend what is being branded as Europe’s first "Masturbate-a-thon." Participants, who have to be over 18 [18 what?], can bring any aids they need and can take part in 4 differen

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LiveScience.com

A male dog will whine and beg in deference to a stronger dog, but will lower its voice into a guttural growl if it thinks it has a fighting chance. Men unconsciously do a similar thing, scientists say. A new study finds that the lower the pitch

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AP

A bill that would make it a crime to take a pregnant girl across state lines for an abortion without her parents' knowledge passed the Senate, but vast differences with the House version stood between the measure and President Bush's desk.

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