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The Washington Times Weekly - - Page Two -

Sex sells — or at least it used to. “One can’t be dif­fer­ent by be­ing racy to­day. It’s not in­ter­est­ing any­more,” de­clared Prince. And he’s not the only one through with par­ty­ing like it’s 1999. Fewer teens are hav­ing sex, and the teenage birthrate has hit a record low. So bor­ing have things got­ten that the New York Ob­server re­cently re­ported on the rise of the “New Vic­to­ri­ans,” twen­tysome­thing city denizens whose lives are more Jane Austen than Car­rie Brad­shaw. Are we un­der­go­ing a moral re­vival, or is the “new prud­ery” just the latest fash­ion?

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