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Overheated Hormones Shouldn't Be A Crime

, The Connecticut Law Tribune

I keep thinking about the little bits of heaven I tasted in the summer of 1971. I was 15, working as one of four males at a girl's summer camp in northern Michigan. I built a horse corral out of cedar logs we felled and stripped in a nearby swamp. I spent several weeks as a chaperone of sorts on canoe trips down the Au Sable River. And, one memorable night, I lost my virginity to M., a counselor who was 18.

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