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An outbreak of the monkeypox virus in North America and Europe is primarily spreading through sex among men with about 200 confirmed and suspected cases across at least a dozen countries, World Health Organization officials said Monday.

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The WHO convened an emergency meeting this weekend via video conference to look at the virus, identify those most at risk and study its transmission. The organization will hold a second global meeting on monkeypox next week to more thoroughly study the risks and treatments available to fight the virus.

While the virus itself is not a sexually transmitted infection, which are generally spread through semen and vaginal fluids, the most recent surge in cases appears to have been spread among men who have sex with other men, WHO officials said, emphasizing that anyone can contract monkeypox.

The vaccine used to prevent smallpox appears to be about 85% effective in guarding against monkeypox in observational research in Africa, WHO officials said. But the vaccines aren't widely available so it's important to reserve them for populations that are most at risk, said Maria Van Kerkhove, the WHO's leading epidemiologist on zoonotic diseases. She said the WHO will be teaming up with vaccine makers to see if they can ramp up production.

Early symptoms of monkeypox include a fever, headache, back pain, muscle aches and low energy, WHO officials said. That then progresses to a rash on the face, hands, feet, eyes, mouth or genitals that turns into raised bumps, or papules, that then become blisters that often resemble chicken pox. Those can then fill with a white fluid, becoming a pustule, that breaks and scabs over.

Short films integrating a song dates back to the time when film itself was first invented, but skyrocketed in popularity in the 80s with the advent of MTV (Music Television), which originally made music videos its primary and only programming to watch. Some might argue that these were the golden years of the music video, but we beg to differ. While we don't dispute the star power of those putting out the videos in the '80s and '90s, the 2000s welcomed a cinematic renaissance that helped music videos for pop rock and burgeoning rap alike reach a new level of iconic. Pop stars like Britney Spears made the decade's biggest pop songs that much more iconic, while rappers like Kanye West created visuals that would be remembered as not only the best of the decade, but also as some of the best videos of all time, full stop.

I fuck my stepdaughter after looking at her so much in the kitchen with her cute little monkey that I bought her, she offers me food and the only thing I want to eat is her juicy scarf, I love you stepdaughter, I like how you suck me.

Staff *** A Protestant woman marries into a Catholic family in a small Irish village, and consequently agrees to raise her daughter Catholic. But when the village priest insists that their eldest daughter attend a Catholic school, the woman flees with both her little girls. The family's strife soon seeps into the town and the undercurrent of tension between the two groups comes to the surface. While the plot is nothing new, the genuine acting in this true story brings a freshness to an old problem. By Lane Hartill

Staff *1/2 The writers must have thought, "Hey, if we can feature a mafia-type raccoon, a drinking monkey, and a Latino chameleon that can talk, this movie will write itself!" They were so wrong. Murphy reprises his 1998 role as Dr. Dolittle who must help save a forest from money-hungry loggers. It delivers a few laughs with contemporary phrases such as "whaazzzuuuup," "Hasta la vista, baby," and "Hello, Clarice," but that's about it. The writers rely on crude humor for cheap laughs. By Lisa Leigh Parney

Women have mixed feelings about these events. I asked Kellie McBee, a well-travelled climber from Washington State her opinion, " I think a lot of women-only events suffer from cant about "empowerment" and "overcoming the male paradigm" and "supportive environment" stuff. That sort of jargon turns me off. I much prefer learning by going out and trying stuff with one or two people." Kristen McNamara from San Luis Obispo and a writer for feels the same "I think they can be a good thing if that's your bag. Some women are more comfortable being 'empowered'. I find my empowerment through pushing myself to not be categorized as a "woman climber" and simply a "climber". But some, especially those who have been on these events, think differently. Elyse Brandt a new climber from San Diego attended Chicks On Cracks this past November, "I was a wee bit apprehensive that it was going to be a "wimmin power" estrogen-fest. The reality of the event was that it was a great weekend with great women. No one talked about paradigms or being just as good or better than men. It was just a women doing something they like."

Whether you believe the amateur statistics, the obvious signs in the print media or like many you have just noticed more women climbers at the crag the increase in women climbers the last fifteen years or so is not in doubt and it certainly hasn't been ignored by climbing equipment and clothing manufacturers. Women are anatomically different than men. "Duh", I hear you say, "of course they are", but its not just their breasts and as Emma Medara once said "a beautifully packaged reproductive equipment with no external parts." Women's feet are different. They have lower volume heels, lower ankle bones, and higher arches. They have shorter lower legs, smaller waists, wider hips, narrower shoulders, smaller hands, longer necks, smaller eye sockets. Virtually every outdoor equipment manufacturer now recognizes these differences and has a woman's line and not just men's gear in "girly" colors. From glacier goggles to ice axes, luna bars to rock shoes to harnesses, women can purchase gear specially designed and styled for them, and often purchase them from woman's only retailers. A special mention must be made of the single most important innovation of late 20th century climbing, the sport bra, but I would say that wouldn't I?

The difference between men and women, both physically and mentally has led many a man to state that women will never climb as hard as men. They're too short, not as strong, lack the motivation, get scared too easily. It is almost as if some men think that they posses some monopolistic evolutionary advantage when it comes to climbing. As Weil said in her Outside article, "Climbing is a nearly perfect sport for women, one in which balance, finesse, and strength-to-weight ratio are more important than stand-alone power or speed." Do you think that women aren't as aggressive as men? Consider that some anthropologists consider that it is only recently that some women have lost touch with their "predator nature" and fallen into a culturally-designated role as "gatherer" and "keeper of the hearth". As Don Whillans is reported to have once said, "Never noticed a female monkey not climbing as well as a male, have you?" and women are proving it.

On alpine rock, ice, sport climbs, big walls and trad, women climbers are making the climbing headlines in numbers never seen before, many of them climbing far harder than 99% of male climbers. You are no doubt familiar with Steph Davis, Heidi Wirtz, Robyn Erbesfield, Nancy Feagin, Sue McDevitt, Kitty Calhoun, Sue Nott, Eliza Sprecher, Katie Brown, Cicada Jenerik, Natasha Barnes, and Kim Csizmazia from mixed ice to long hard and free in Yosemite, from 10 year olds climbing V10 to 13 year olds climbing 13b, these women, and many more, are leading the third wave in US woman's climbing.

The first wave washed quietly against the shores over 80 years ago when the late Miriam Underhill, who was born in Washington DC, climbed extensively in the European Alps in the 1920's and 30's. She did the first woman only ascent of the Matterhorn with Alice Damesme, was first woman to traverse of the Grepon, and with her husband Robert Underhill did the first complete traverse of the Aiguille du Diable. Miriam Underhill is credited with bringing "manless" and "guideless" climbing with her woman-only ascents.

At the same time Jan Conn, although not widely known, was a driving force in woman's climbing. She climbed with her husband Herb and they climbed significant ascents all over the US but it was in the Needles of South Dakota where she really made her mark. Climbing in Keds (light-canvass sneakers), with short lengths of goldline rope, soft-steel pitons and the odd hand-drilled quarter inch bolt, they made hundreds of first ascents up the endless spires of the Black Hills of South Dakota. The Gunks climber Rich Goldstone who bouldered in the Black Hills with John Gill in the late sixties remembers, "Many of their leads were very run out, especially by the standards of the day. In modern terms they got up to 5.8+ (on the East Face of the East Gruesome in 1959) and 5.7 X. They downclimbed everything they climbed up - with toprope protection on the harder routes rather than rappelling. That 5.8+, by the way, is fully the equivalent of 5.9 routes at Tahquitz,"

More than ever this year's contestants were Big Brother literate. They had seen two years of the show and all arrived into the house with showbiz agendas. They held frequent discussions of how the public might be reacting to them and what media careers might await them outside. It was less reality TV than performing monkey TV. Except that normally when people perform on TV they have a talent. The inmates of 'halfwit house' had nothing to declare except the fact that they wanted to be on TV.

Kate won through a combination of getting her kit off and vaguely suggesting that she might have sex with various housemates. She started with Alison, who was, yes, a woman, and worked her way through Spencer, Alex and whoever else was convenient. Her popularity was helped by the fact that Big Brother gave the housemates as much booze as they wanted this year. When the housemates started getting up in the morning and laying into cocktails of beer, cider and rosie we figured there might be something wrong.


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