March 12th, 2014 | Martin Cizmar Food & Drink | Posted In: News

The Oregonian Sends Foodday Readers to Porn Site

Check out Curvygirls.com—but not at work.

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Today's edition of the Oregonian's Foodday includes a story about teen girls who suffer from scoliosis and how the Internet is used to "connects girls and teens suffering from scoliosis so they can better deal with the condition."

The front page of the Foodday supplement, which is not only distributed inside every edition of the O, but also dropped on the doorstep of many Portland residents who do not subscribe to the newspaper, gives the link to that site as Curvygirls.com.

Our search of Curvygirls.com does not turn up very much information about scoliosis.

If you are not at work right now, would you mind helping us look for information about scoliosis on Curvygirls.com?

(If you are looking for information on teens with scoliosis, please go to CurvyGirlsScoliosis.com.)

 

 

 
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