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Yisroel Pensack: Imagine The Difference — If They Had All Just First Taken The Time To Read This Book
I wonder if this book and these three articles will now become required reading for animal lab technicians and researchers at Yale University and graduate students at Columbia University.
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Separate Sex Swimming At Harvard
Jonathan Rosenblum writes: Recently, Harvard University agreed to establish certain hours for sexually segregated use of the gym and swimming pool. Most of us upon hearing that news would be cheered at an apparently reasonable accommodation to those women who … Continue reading
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Should We Judge Other People’s Orgies?
Laura Frost is a professor of English at Yale University and the author of "Sex Drives: Fantasies of Fascism in Literary Modernism." She writes in the Los Angeles Times: Mosley’s marathon session with Mistress Switch is as British as the … Continue reading
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