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Dating software, censored cooters and supermoms.
February 22, 2006 3:10AM (UTC)
Wired News: A software program to help guys score.
The Globe and Mail: The superhuman wonders of the "mommy brain."
L.A. Times: For nursing babies, mother's milk is still best.
Washington Post: Notre Dame muzzles "The Vagina Monologues."
CNN: Italy goes easy on sex criminals whose victims are not virgins.
N.Y. Times: Girl or boy? Pick your political party.
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