Secrets in Lace

Monday, November 25, 2013

Sex News Roundup.













by Dusty Miller


Famous Israeli singer Eyal Golan involved in a sex scandal. The 17 year-old girl (or at least one of them) says she is still in love with him. 

What’s the age of consent in Israel? 

Here it is in a nutshell, from Wikipedia: "According to the Israeli Penal Code of 1977 the age of consent in Israel is 16 for any form of sexual relations involving penetration. A special case arises when a person aged 14 or 15 had sexual relations with an older partner; in this case the older partner would be exempt of criminal liability if three conditions are met: the age difference between the partners was less than three years, the younger partner gave consent and the act was done out of ‘regular friendly relations’ and without the abuse of power."

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Canadian Liberal Senator Colin Kenney at centre of alleged sex scandal. (Sun News, via the Intelligencer.)

Senator steps out of Liberal caucus, says he will be vindicated. (National Post.)

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Students taped having backyard sex. (Jamaica Star Online.) Comments unfavourable among the greater community.

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Develop contraceptive pill for after-sex use; biggest hurdles are political, not scientific or medical. (Science Daily.)

“A contraceptive pill that could be routinely used after, rather than before, sex and fertilization is probably scientifically feasible and would probably be welcomed by many women, say researchers in the Journal of Family Planning and Reproductive Health Care.”

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Females 13 to 19 years old the most vulnerable to HIV infection in Jamaica. Sexual abuse against women boosting HIV prevalence. (Jamaica Gleaner.)

“Jamaica Aids Support for Life (JASL) has said physical and sexual violence against women remains a significant contributor to the prevalence of HIV in Jamaica. In a release to mark International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women which is being observed today, JASL said females 13 to 19 years old remained the most vulnerable to infection. The organization said, however, that approximately 40,000 Jamaicans are living with HIV/AIDS, or 1.5 per cent of the population, a significant reduction since the disease emerged in the 1980s. JASL said inequality in sexual relationships continues to affect females' ability to negotiate condom use. And, they say the situation is still being compounded by the culture of multiple partners among males.”

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Journalist who accused Tarun Tejpal of sexual assault has quit job at Tehelka Magazine. (NDTV.)

“On Saturday, the young journalist who has alleged sexual assault, said she was worried about her family being harassed by Mr Tejpal's associates. The journalist released a statement in which she said a member of Mr Tejpal's family visited her mother's home in Delhi and asked what the young woman "wanted" and who is assisting her legally.”

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Narayan Sai used to get his sex act videographed. (India TV.)

Sorry, but I just can’t handle my outrage after watching this video.

<Evil grin.>

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Preventing Swamp Crotch. (The Art of Manliness.) Ten products scientifically tested, hopefully all volunteers. Time well spent, guys. Just sayin’.


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