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Title New Alliance Party / Social Therapy - Fulani Mentor's Sexy Brother
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New Alliance Party / Social Therapy - Fulani Mentor s Sexy Brother August 10th, 2007 - As Azi has reported at The Politicker, Independence Party leader Lenora Fulani, in advance of a potential mayoral campaign in 2009, has denounced anti-Semitic comments she made 18 years ago. However, Fulani will not recant another controversial remark she once made, that being the idea that it is acceptable for therapists to sleep with their patients. The idea is one first put forth by Fulani s mentor, therapist Fred Newman, and Fulani defends the position as important to the discussion of patient/doctor boundaries. But Newman s own boundaries might be a little warped, if not outright creepy, if we take a look at some of his past writings. Apparently, there was no boundary he wasn t willing to cross. In the Winter 1990 issue of Practice magazine Newman authors a first-person piece, titled Maudie and the Men s Club, in which he goes into detail about the special, physical, apparently sexual relationship he had with his now-deceased older brother, the aforementioned Maudie. Then, one day, my brother Maudie and I, distanced by 17 years and male egos on the two extremes of the macho spectrum, met and began to touch each other. And for almost 20 years, until he died of lymphatic cancer in 1977, we had a most wonderful love affair. He gave me so much, this sexy brother of mine, and we felt each other so deeply, wrote Newman. The emphasis appears in the original piece. I don t have an electronic copy of the piece, but if I find one I ll post a link. UPDATE: Courtesy of the Wayback Machine, we have an archived copy of the article that used to be hosted at the Ex-IWP website. Click here. This article appeared on New York Press, Aug 10, 2007 UPDATE: Courtesy of the Wayback Machine, we have an archived copy of the article that used to be hosted at the Ex-IWP website. This article appeared on New York Press, Aug 10, 2007.