> Look under the BME/HARD section.
> Caveat: only for people with much too much free time on their hands
> (insofar still present). (Somebody should notify the human rights
> activists (insofar there already is such a beast). Why should be
> allowed in humans what is banned in animals? You tell me).
That one's easy: because humans can _consent_. Why anyone would
actually want to consent to some of that stuff I can't answer (hell,
it took a pretty persuasive woman to talk me into the earring).
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