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Charlie Chaplin was a great artist, but he was also consumed by a form of pedophilia called phebophilia, which is an overwhelming attraction for teenage girls. He married and divorced two underage girls. One of them, Lita Grey, he married because she was pregnant. Their divorce proceedings revealed many of Chaplin's minor kinks. And he nearly went to prison over Joan Barry, a woman in her early 20s with whom he had sex after crossing a state border, which used to be a crime for unmarried people.
A mountain named for scientist James Clerk Maxwell has been called "the only man on" what planet, whose features are mostly named for women?
Previous answer: Dr.
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