Rolling Stone has published the following item: "Pundits have long gone around making lists of ways in which rock & roll is hazardous to the health, but, at long last, a respected institution has gone on the record giving credit where credit is due — by honoring KISS for their efforts in battling sexually transmitted diseases. The National Museum of Health has given two thumbs — or some body parts — up to the band's 'members' by featuring a logo-emblazoned KISS condom in a newly added display about venereal disease. Oddly enough, Gene Simmons' official tally of women bedded — with or without footnotes about what illnesses they might've borne — didn't make the exhibit's final cut…"
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