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On Tue, 15 Apr 2003 13:09:46 -0400, "Doug Grossman"
> I would have to disagree that physical intimacy, if it
> is being engaged in for all the right reasons (being
> love comes to mind first, of course), would be the
> lowest form of interaction between women and men.
> Or is that not what you were saying?
Sex is good!
Maybe it's my being a college kid in the Sixties.
Whatever it is, "bang" is a horrible word with horrible
associations. Its use in my experience is usually
involved with describing sex sith prostitutes or sluts.
But enough of this uplifting talk.
Let's kill this thread before Eric is sufficiently
annoyed to do it himself. <g>
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