Sex Without Stress  

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"Sex Without Stress" is a musical composition by the British post-punk band the Au Pairs first released in 1982. It was also released on their album Sense and Sensuality. The song is also featured on Stepping Out of Line: The Anthology.

"Would you like to express
your sex without stress?
Would you like to discover
physical conversations of different kinds?"




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