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    Cindy Gallop’s Online Effort to Promote ‘Real,’ Not Porn-Fed, Sex - article in NYTimes.com

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    Women Behind The Website: The Most Fashionable Founders: Cindy Gallop

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    Cindy Gallop pictured at her home in New York. Her site MakeLoveNotPorn is pro-sex, pro-porn and definitely pro knowing the difference. A very educative site, especially to younger than me adults who have such easy eccess to free online content.

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