Sex and Satire
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Sex and Satire

When I Schtupped My Primary Care Physician

And what I got out of it

Yeah. He looked kind of like this—photo by Shutterstock.

Because I was married to a Jewish woman and we lived in Skokie, I often refer back to the favorite Yiddish words I learned. To “schtup” or to have sex is one of my favorites.

After years of being with the wrong sex in marriage, my libido returned. My T count must have been raging over 1,000, and I wanted to “schtup” everything male and…




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Arthur Keith

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