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Sex leaves the smut behind
Post on 21-02-2006.
John Walsh meets Erotic Review founder Jamie Maclean, whose new publication Sex is about to make one splash in the somewhat bare market of magazines aimed at those who take erotica one touch more seriously Published: 20 February 2006
It's very hard to know what to make of modern sex magazines. Once it was simple. Smut was on the top shelf of the newsagents. The magazines were unlike any others around, and their Unique Selling Proposition was clear. They were called Mayfair and Men Only and Knave and Fiesta, their pages were full of disrobed women, in wildly varying degrees of loveliness, showing off their intimate regions, and they were, to be blunt about it, masturbation aids for the lonely, single male. If you aspired to suavity and well-read sophistication, you could buy Playboy or Penthouse, wherein you could also read golf articles by John Updike or short stories by Truman Capote, once you'd finished what the Americans called "self-dating" with the help of the centrefold. ...
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Most teenage boys with cancer can bank sperm
Post on 21-02-2006.
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Sperm banking is possible for most teens with cancer who must undergo fertility-impairing treatment, British researchers report.
Several types of chemotherapy can damage the sperm-producing portion of the testes, while radiation of the testicular area can also lead to infertility, For this reason, infertility is very common among male survivors of childhood cancer. ...
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