A Timaru gynaecologist wants a campaign against promiscuity after encountering a shocking number of pregnant patients who cannot remember whom they had sex with.The Timaru Branch of the Anti-Sex League will meet on Thursday nights in the Christadelphian Bible Hall on Browne Street. Meetings begin promptly at 7.30pm. Ladies, bring a plate. And don't cross your legs.
Dr Albert Makary, who has been in Timaru for 20 years, called on national leaders, sports stars, schools and the media at a Forum on the Family in Auckland yesterday to "stigmatise" both promiscuity and the binge drinking that usually preceded it.
Matters arising: the campaign to persuade national leaders, sports stars and the media to stigmatise promiscuity and binge drinking has not, so far, been a success. Tentative research has found that such people are often drunk and almost constantly "at it."
"I was starting to have more luck with getting chicks than in my early 20s [at 28]. I wasn't striking out. But I wasn't ruling either. I didn't know that when I was 32 or 33 that I was going to be able to get even more chicks."
The Memoirs and Confessions of Stephen Malkmus may well be published by Beck (H/T to Emily Perkins)