Written by Michelle Kretzer
Can DSK's experience be used for good? Dominique Strauss-Kahn
may no longer preside over the International Monetary Fund or be running for
the highest office in France, but PETA France is
banking on his ability to illustrate one pitfall of having unprotected sex:
DSK might not have considered "spay-and-neuter
advocate" to be his next move, but no one can argue that he isn't in the perfect
position to let people know about the harmful effects of tomcatting—such as animal overpopulation.
This time, perhaps something good can
come from a sex scandal.
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