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The Semiotics of Sexual Behavior

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The Semiotics of Sexual Behavior

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The Semiotics of Sexual Behavior

The Semiotics of Sexual Behavior

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Allegations of lewd conduct in a public restroom by Sen. Larry Craig raise the question of how foot-tapping or hand-waving in a toilet stall can lead to an arrest. Dr. Michael Reece, associate professor for public health at Indiana University in Bloomington, researches sexual behavior, anonymous sexual encounters and the venues where they take place. He talks with Alex Chadwick.