Iran, Iraq, Syria, Sudan, Libya and the United States: An Axis of What? an Axis, as It Happens, of Countries That Wanted to Ban Sex Education for Adolescents
Thomas, Mark, New Statesman (1996)
Whether I acted out of devilment, curiosity or perversity, I am not entirely sure, but the other day I became a priest. Some websites charge for the privilege of being ordained, but others do it for free. They even provide certificates. I am now legally entitled to minister in the US and can perform funerals, marriages and baptisms, though not, as my certificate points out, circumcision. Which is probably for the best, given my dearth of whittling skills.
Now, before the good, God-fearing readership of the New Statesman decides to get out the ducking stool, let me say that I reck on if I an Paisley has got the right to put the academic and caring title "Doctor" in front of his name, then I have the right to put "Reverend" before …
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Publication information: Article title: Iran, Iraq, Syria, Sudan, Libya and the United States: An Axis of What? an Axis, as It Happens, of Countries That Wanted to Ban Sex Education for Adolescents. Contributors: Thomas, Mark - Author. Magazine title: New Statesman (1996). Volume: 133. Issue: 4697 Publication date: July 19, 2004. Page number: 16. © Not available. COPYRIGHT 2004 Gale Group.
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