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Correctives: Keep Mars Virginal!!!

"Stop it, stop it, it shouldn't be allowed!!!" cried Sister Raptophilia, Matrix Dominatrix of the Corrective Party, when she heard about a recent NASA launch to Mars.

"Hasn't this salacious US government agency learnt anything at all from its lewd astronomical couplings with Eros, that shamefully shaped asteroid that looks too shocking to screen on national television?!!"

"Now, some people might protest that Mars is frigid and nothing lives there anyway, so nothing can possibly have sex on it. Or, there might be blessed little micro-organisms that are lucky enough to be able to reproduce without you-know-what..."

"I was shocked and horrified to recently learnt that there are pictures of a naked woman and man on the two Voyeur spaceprobes currently speeding out of our solar system!!! Add that to the shameful Erotic asteroid episode earlier this year, and one can only wonder what they have in mind for poor Mars. I only hope it won't be contaminated by NASA's evident lack of morality!!! Keep Mars virginal!!!" replied the chief whip of the Corrective Party.

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