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Memo to Trojan: Non-Married People Have Sex. Get Over It

Trojan has sexy new ads for its condoms, but they only show married couples. Why are we still afraid of talking about non-married sex, even though sex between non-married people is a near-universal behavior in America?

Trojan has sexy new ads for its condoms, but they only show married couples. Why are we still afraid of talking about non-married sex, even though sex between non-married people is a near-universal behavior in America?

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Sex Education for Politicians—Weiner Edition

Congressman Anthony Weiner joins the long line of men in public office who have risked their families and careers for sexual indiscretions. Maybe it’s time for politicians to have a little sex ed. 

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Mark Sanford, George Tiller, and the Politics of Hypocrisy

Charging fallen politicians with hypocrisy fundamentally misses the point that has been in dispute during the culture wars.

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“What’s Worse: Adultery or Hypocrisy?”

What’s worse: Adultery or hypocrisy?  Campbell Brown of CNN raised this question Wednesday on her show in
regard to Republican Senator John Ensign’s affair. My vote is on hypocrisy, a particular speciality of the Republican right.

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Making Sense of Larry Craig

We should not let our disgust for the hypocrisy or lawbreaking be interpreted as disgust for the sexual expression.

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