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April 28, 1992 | ANDREA HEIMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
"One look at him and I wanted to get naked," quipped a recent contestant on the TV dating show "Studs." Television dating programs appeal to their audience through risque and provocative descriptions and sexual innuendo. But with the AIDS epidemic and the escalation of other sexually transmitted diseases, not everyone is taking the show's suggestive tone lightly. "Ultimately, they are not being very responsible," said Anthony Sprauve, director of communications for AIDS Project Los Angeles.
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April 28, 1992 | ANDREA HEIMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
"One look at him and I wanted to get naked," quipped a recent contestant on the TV dating show "Studs." Television dating programs appeal to their audience through risque and provocative descriptions and sexual innuendo. But with the AIDS epidemic and the escalation of other sexually transmitted diseases, not everyone is taking the show's suggestive tone lightly. "Ultimately, they are not being very responsible," said Anthony Sprauve, director of communications for AIDS Project Los Angeles.
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November 12, 1991 | STEVE WEINSTEIN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
A 26-year-old woman in a tight blue dress sits with her bare legs crossed and describes how her blind date with a good-looking commodities trader didn't end until she left his bed at 10:30 the next morning. "Yeah, and the sheets and pillowcases were ripped off and thrown all around the room," the hunk clucks proudly. But when it comes time for the muscle-bound Casanova to choose which of the three women he'd like to date again, he selects one with whom he didn't sleep.
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November 12, 1991 | STEVE WEINSTEIN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
A 26-year-old woman in a tight blue dress sits with her bare legs crossed and describes how her blind date with a good-looking commodities trader didn't end until she left his bed at 10:30 the next morning. "Yeah, and the sheets and pillowcases were ripped off and thrown all around the room," the hunk clucks proudly. But when it comes time for the muscle-bound Casanova to choose which of the three women he'd like to date again, he selects one with whom he didn't sleep.
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