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The Gaffer

World Cup 2014 preview: Another South American side to falter?

THREE games left in the 2014 World Cup. And it has been a mesmerising three weeks since the first kick-off on June 8. You cannot get a more blockbuster cast in the semi-finals than this one with Brazil, Germany, Argentina and The Netherlands.

Ask Dr G

On depleting sperm and sperm whales

I admire the people who devote their lives to saving the planet. My daughter recently got me interested in Sylvia Earle, an American Marine Biologist, who is also the “Explorer-in-residence” for National Geographic. Apparently, Earle was the first female Chief Scientist for the United States National Ocean and Atmospheric Administration (Did not even know the existence of such organization, Shame on me!).

Ask Dr G

From perception to deception

The famous pop culture icon, Marilyn Monroe, was an American Actress and Model emblematic of the 1950’s attitude towards sex and sexuality. She once said: “I think Sexuality is only attractive when it’s natural and spontaneous”

Ask Dr G

The risky business of unprotected sex

Cuban American erotic novelist, Anais Nin once said; "And the day came when the risk to remain tight in the bud was more painful than the risk it took to blossom".

Ask Dr G

Overcome by semen allergy

It's not just an urban legend - allergy to semen is an actual medical condition.

Bend It Like Bedi

Doing the Sportsman Double

RECENTLY Ukranian footballer Andrei Shevchenko decided to take up golf professionally and made his debut in the Kharkov Superior Cup in his native land. It ended up quite badly as he finished 40 strokes off the leader and 26 over par.

The Gaffer

The stage is set!

32 teams have booked their tickets to Brazil for the 2014 World Cup. I’ve penned my thoughts on some of the teams and also the gathering of stars in the land of Samba - Can’t wait for it to start!

The Flipside

A date with destiny

IT was just past midnight on Nov 9, and there I stood in the middle of Times Square in New York City, among hundreds of Americans transfixed by the live election results that were flashing across the giant screens every few seconds.

Romance At Short Notice

Different beasts

On giant-sized cultural appropriation and the USA’s enduring fascination with Godzilla