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By Dina Sokal and Dina Sokal,Contributing Writer | May 2, 1992
Q: I am a 12-year-old girl who likes a 14-year-old boy. We are both in the sixth grade. (I know he's failed.) We both like each other and so I asked him to go with me. He said, "I don't know." That was OK, but about a week later, I asked him for my answer and he said, "Maybe."Then I asked him to go to the movies and he said, 'Maybe." I still like him and everything but this "maybe" and "I don't know" stuff is getting on my nerves. What should I do?A: He isn't ready to go with you or he'd say "Yes.
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By Susanne Althoff and Susanne Althoff,Staff Writer | March 30, 1992
When Marilyn Van Derbur Atler shares her tale of incest, people respond with confidences of their own.The 1958 Miss America received a letter from a 73-year-old woman who, after reading about Ms. Van Derbur, told a friend that she was a victim of incest.It was the first time the woman had shared her trauma with anyone, Ms. Van Derbur said."It's going on in every community in America," she said in a telephone interview from her home in Denver. "[Incest] survivors are beginning to understand now it is safer to come forward."
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By Susanne Althoff and Susanne Althoff,Staff Writer | March 30, 1992
When Marilyn Van Derbur Atler shares her tale of incest, people respond with confidences of their own.The 1958 Miss America received a letter from a 73-year-old woman who, after reading about Ms. Van Derbur, told a friend that she was a victim of incest.It was the first time the woman had shared her trauma with anyone, Ms. Van Derbur said."It's going on in every community in America," she said in a telephone interview from her home in Denver. "[Incest] survivors are beginning to understand now it is safer to come forward."
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By Peter Hermann and Peter Hermann,Staff writer | March 18, 1992
The co-founder of an Annapolis-based support group for incest victims was convicted yesterday of fondling two young women, including one who was being counseled by the organization and lived at the man's home.David B. Fulghum, 42, was given two suspended 30-day jail sentences, three years of supervised probation and a $1,000 fine. He faced four counts of fourth-degree sexual offense, all misdemeanors, and was found not guilty on two of the charges.The conviction will probably mean the end of the Onionskin Collective, the incest victim support group founded in 1989 by Fulghum and his live-in girlfriend, Gloria Arnold, who testified she herself was a victim of incest.
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By Jay Apperson and Jay Apperson,Staff Writer | March 12, 1992
New York -- "Next on 'Donahue': Bible-thumping parents have sex with their kids."With those words, the show was on. For an hour yesterday, the cameras rolled while five siblings, ranging in age from 21 to 39, sat beneath the bright lights of a New York City sound stage and described growing up in Maryland in a family with a history of more than two decades of incest.From the outside all looked well: Ralph Smith owned a trucking company. Betty Smith, his silver-haired wife, was "nurse of the year" at a convalescent center.
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By Jay Apperson and Jay Apperson,Staff Writer | March 12, 1992
New York -- "Next on 'Donahue': Bible-thumping parents have sex with their kids."With those words, the show was on. For an hour yesterday, the cameras rolled while five siblings, ranging in age from 21 to 39, sat beneath the bright lights of a New York City sound stage and described growing up in Maryland in a family with a history of more than two decades of incest.From the outside all looked well: Ralph Smith owned a trucking company. Betty Smith, his silver-haired wife, was "nurse of the year" at a convalescent center.
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By David Zurawik and David Zurawik,Television Critic | February 25, 1992
It may be hard to imagine anyone turning down advertising dollars in this economy. But that's what radio station WMIX-FM (106.5) did yesterday when it refused to air ads from WBFF-TV (Channel 45) News at Ten promoting a report on incest and another on priests who have sex with children."The ads were just too graphic and too vivid in their description," said Bob Lind, vice president and general manager of the station. "Many of our listeners are women 25 to 34, young mothers. . . . And this is just not what we're looking for."
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By David Zurawik and David Zurawik,Television Critic | February 25, 1992
It may be hard to imagine anyone turning down advertising dollars in this economy. But that's what radio station WMIX-FM (106.5) did yesterday when it refused to air ads from WBFF-TV (Channel 45) News at Ten promoting a report on incest and another on priests who have sex with children."The ads were just too graphic and too vivid in their description," said Bob Lind, vice president and general manager of the station. "Many of our listeners are women 25 to 34, young mothers. . . . And this is just not what we're looking for."
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By Randi Henderson | October 9, 1991
In a small office on York Road the phone seems never to stop ringing: four rings, a click and a machine answers; then the hang-up click and it's ringing again."
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September 30, 1991
A letter published Monday was written by Jay Mack and John Wilson of Finksburg. We erroneously printed the wrong first name for Ms. Mack.Let the people vote on aid to IsraelGeorgia Ann Geyer's Sept. 18 column, "Helping Israel avoid delusion," merits comment.Both Congress and President Bush offer the excuse (not the answer) that the reason there is no aid available to help the poor, the homeless, our decaying cities and to meet other national and local needs is that there is no money.Yet, year after year, we open the spigot and given billions in aid to Israel a process that has continued unabated for more than 40 years.
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