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“The gay world seems to lend itself to this idea of sharing stuff,” he insists. It has that reputation: open relationships, sharing partners, etcetera.
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For a time it went by the cringe-worthy name “teledildonics.” And at the time, it was pure hokum. And much of it was emerging from Usenet and newsgroups.
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FOX6 News asked State Fair officials whether police were on patrol in the Coliseum when this happened, and whether anyone reported this to police as it was happening.
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