Staff Picks: Best of GettingIt
September 7, 1999
The tangled web of

August 23, 1999
Market volatility takes on a whole new meaning

January 5, 2000
What is freedom worth to you?

September 20, 1999
Crazy captions bring lawyers

October 28, 1999
Bob Zmuda on Andy Kaufman's legacy

Featured Authors
Etelka Lehoczky (7 stories)
John Marr (12 stories)
Peter Braunstein (17 stories)
Steve Robles (12 stories)
Paul Krassner (4 stories)
RU Sirius (7 stories)
Richard Kadrey (2 stories)
Mat Honan (17 stories)
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When doctors try to fix what ain’t broke
Remember how Dr. Ruth told us that size doesn't matter. As it turns out, the kindly doctor was wrong, and all those nervous adolescents she reassured have good reason to clutch their genitalia in fear. According to a new book called Lessons From the Intersexed (Rutgers University Press, August, 1999) by Suzanne Kessler, Professor of Psychology at Purchase College in New York, babies' genitals are measured with a ruler and snipped if they don't fit into supposedly normal size ranges.
Paul Reubens, Jesse Ventura, Mark Wahlberg, and more
October 8, 1999
Entering strange realms through the ear
October 20, 1999
The Church of Euthanasia's modest proposal
August 2, 1999
An avant-garde psychosexual romp
December 3, 1999
Music videos and metaphysics shaped her destiny
July 29, 1999
Postering with the posse in London town
December 1, 1999