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  • STDs are on the rise in the UK, a phenomenon that's blamed on "Dogging" -- the practice of organizing giant, secret sex-parties in public parks using newsgroups and SMS.

    Boing Boing: September 14, 2003 - September 20, 2003 Archives

  • I've got a film coming out next month which is a romantic comedy called Dogging: A Love Story.

    News round-up

  • Now "Dogging" with Nicole Kidman might be worth a look

    Going Straight

  • We Just Got Carried Away, Claim Pair Caught Having Sex In Notorious "Dogging" Car Park

    Dave's Daily

  • Taboo Fashion Editorials - 'Dogging' by Steven Meisel in V Magazine (NSFW) (GALLERY)

    TREND HUNTER - The Latest Trends

  • It's a dogger's delight," go the lyrics to "Dogging," a new single produced by URockers , a "collective of sexual anarchists born of the Internet," according to the group's site.

    Dogging Craze Has Brits in Heat

  • Dogging her heels, he is nearly trampled when she whirls to confront him.

    New Doctor/Rose Ficlet: STRAWBERRIES

  • Their first West End outing in eight years is Cheap Flights, in which captain Dillie Keane, navigator Adèle Anderson and new flight attendant Sarah-Louise Young extol the joys of travelling on certain cheaper airlines and revive old favourites such as The Dogging Song.

    This week's new theatre and dance

  • Dogging the G-20, he said, is the question of "how much meat there is on the bones?"

    G-20's Efforts on Growth Stall

  • Dogging Bert for the moment was the masterful matter of whether to leave a suicide note.

    Unfinished Business

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