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I did not want just anyone to cut my son's penis. I wanted the best. And so when my wife, Jennifer, neared the end of her pregnancy, I decided to interview mohels. I had good reason to be nervous about ritual circumcisers. In 2004, three New York...
Tags: Jerry Seinfeld, Health, New York, Hospitals and Clinics, Israel
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterIT'S not an accident, obviously, that “Definitely, Maybe” is opening on today of all days. This is a film bound and determined to do whatever it takes to be your Valentine. If it had trusted itself more, it might even have succeeded. For this...
Special to The TimesUrology clinics have a saying: "Erections make erections." In other words, sex is not unlike sports. If you want to be a good tennis player, play lots of tennis; if you want to be a good lover, make lots of love. This maxim springs more from anecdotal...
Tags: Health, Sports, Surgery, Sexual Intercourse, Obesity
By Alexander C. Kafka Human beings treat sex much like we do the board game Othello: a minute to learn, a lifetime to master. Fortunately, an army of researchers stands ready to take our measure and guide us in that delicate journey. Intrepid science...
Tags: Health, Texas, Alabama, Sex, World AIDS Day
APPLE VALLEY -- An Apple Valley daycare center has been shut down over allegations that the operator pulled down the pants of children and inappropriately commented on their genitalia. A state Department of Social Services report says Suzanna Best...
The folks at MTV have long prided themselves on edgy awards shows that are more about pushing the envelope than opening them. On Sunday, however, the network took the envelope, crumpled it, dipped it in the toilet and threw it in the face of the closest...
Tags: Adam Sandler, Mike Myers, Michael Bay, Will Smith, Texas
South Florida Sun-SentinelThe alligator's massive jaws and powerful tail mark it as a relic of the dinosaur age, a primitive creature that would appear to have little in common with humans. Yet scientists are studying aspects of alligator biology that could lead to new medical...
Tags: Florida, Health, Texas, Georgia, Lakes and Ponds
Osama Moustafa Hassan Nasr, also known as Abu Omar, set down on paper his version of his abduction in Italy and imprisonment in Egypt. The 6,300-word letter, written in Arabic script and smuggled out of Egypt's Torah Prison by a visitor, is now in the...
Sun StaffFour competing Internet powerhouses joined forces yesterday to file six lawsuits targeting spammers who have swamped the nation's personal computers with billions of cheesy come-ons for Viagra, cut-rate mortgages and porn. Officials of Microsoft, America...
Tags: Judges, Entertainment, Pornography, Lawyers, Maryland
Times Staff WriterAs if the French haven't taken enough of a hit lately, here comes Gaspar Noé. In recent weeks, the Nietzsche-spouting, overage enfant terrible of new French cinema has been making the publicity rounds sneering about Hollywood and gleefully recounting...
Tags: Murder, Entertainment, Sam Peckinpah, Movies, Criminals
Sun Foreign StaffBAGHDAD, Iraq - When American soldiers released him from Abu Ghraib prison in December, Hashem Mohsen Lazim chose to stay silent about what had happened to him there. He didn't tell his wife about standing naked and simulating sex acts with another...
Special to the TribuneThe Kamasutra, India's 3rd Century sex manual, says "holding a gold-plated peacock's eye or hyena's eye in your right hand makes you lucky in love." That sounds ludicrous, but it's not so much more outlandish than the myth that all women are virgins when...
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