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Palestinian Women Use 'Sperm Smuggling' As Act Of Resistance

In prisons around the world, conjugal visits are rarely allowed. Palestinian women say they're getting around that by sneaking their husbands' sperm past Israeli prison guards. Participants say it's an act of resistance.
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