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Media Update - October 15, 2007

1. Magazine's ads effectively stretched the bounds of art
2. Changes in University non-discrimination policy could spark ambiguity
3. Hanging out for the cause
4. Strip club is planned near bondage parlor
5. Trial in sight for Bedford dominatrix case
6. Media, critics get whipped into frenzy by Leather Fest
7. S&M Death Raises Legal Questions
8. Convicted hedge fund exec apologizes
9. Embrace your kink
10. The leather of the land
11. 400,000 people, and no media?


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