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Love and Sex 2007

February 7, 2007, 12:00 am
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Deep thoughts at the strip joint, Cupid's concoctions, wine picks for lovers, music for modern relationships & more.


It was the great and leggy Tina Turner who once asked: "What's love got to do/got to do with it?" For this week's annual Love & Sex edition, the answer is: "Everything." This week, SFR tackles romance from all its various angles. For the cyber age, flirtation on sites such as MySpace can take on a strange and obsessive nature , while good-lovin'-gone-existential needs a soundtrack for the modern age. Traditional Valentine's fun like candy hearts gets a dose of reality, while romantic dinners with wine are reconfigured for all sorts of scenarios. Candy and wine are fine, but if you're looking for extra-special love gifts, check out our shopping picks as well as a selection of romance-related activities in the coming week. Juices still not flowing? Never fear: Cupid's concoctions are here. Speaking of rhyming: All love poems are not created equal. For that matter: Neither are all lap dances.

 

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