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Monday, December 30, 2013

Sex News Roundup, Dec 30, 2013

Sex News Roundup with Dusty Miller.

by Constance 'Dusty' Miller

Reports of sexual assault in the U.S. military have climbed almost fifty percent although officials say the rate may be steady, and the increase due to ‘heightened awareness and more willingness to come forward.’

‘A string of high-profile assaults and arrests triggered outrage in Congress and set off months of debate over how to change the military justice system. Military leaders launched a series of programs intended to beef up accountability and encourage victims to report crimes.’

‘"Given the multiple data points, we assess that this is more reporting," said Col. Alan R. Metzler, deputy director of the Pentagon's sexual assault prevention and response office. He also noted that more victims are agreeing to make official complaints, rather than simply seeking medical care without filing formal accusations.’ > Yahoo News.


Toronto cops have released a photo of the suspect after sexual assault near Jane and Sheppard, a location known to press and public.

‘Anyone with information about the incident or the suspect is asked to contact police at 416-808-3100 or call crime Stoppers anonymously at 416-222-TIPS (8477).’ > CP24.


A San Antonio woman has been sentenced to 28 years for having sex with her three year-old son.

‘A San Antonio woman is headed to federal prison for 28 years after pleading guilty to recording herself having sex with her 3-year-old son and sending the video to a former boyfriend.’ > Chronicle.

Unbelievable. Nothing really shocks me anymore—except the sheer stupidity sometimes. Obviously some real problems between the ears there.


Savannah-Chatham police officers accused of sexual harassment in incidents going back to 2004.

New documents reveal at least 16 Savannah-Chatham Metropolitan Police Department officers have been accused of sexual harassment within the workplace.

WTOC received the complaints and they date back to 2004, the most recent one was filed this past June.

Some of these complaints were very graphic to read.  In 2008, for example, one officer was accused of making sexual advances while he was supposed to be training a female officer.

According to the complaints, the officer drove behind a church on White Bluff Road and told her he wanted to adjust her vest which led to more physical contact.’ > WOTC

Again, that’s just dumb as well as very abusive towards your fellow officers. It doesn’t say much about your attitude towards women either, and as for the general public, they’re better off without your services.

Suspects are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.


Sex education in schools ‘will spoilt the minds of children.’ A superior court judge in Andhra Chadesh (a state in India) has said, ‘"Introduction of sex education in high schools (adult education programme), launched in 2005-06, has only spoiled the minds of children in the impressionable age. Parents have a responsibility to bring children back on the right track."

‘Justice Narasimha Reddy, also the Chairman of the High Court Legal Services Committee, further said the collapse of the joint family system has created a sense of insecurity for children.’

‘He was speaking at a sensitisation programme for stake-holders on the "Protection of Children from Sexual Offences Act, 2012".’

‘Speaking at the function, Chief Justice of Andhra Pradesh High Court, Kalyan Jyoti Sengupta, observed that though the Act was passed over a year ago, a lot needed to be done when it came to its implementation.’ >

Another nutcase, what can I say, but it’s a different culture and religion and they will take their time about making social progress of any sort. As India becomes more prosperous, pressure for social change will rise, there will be more social mobility and more education in general. It will be an interesting country to watch over the next twenty years.


Spain is a sex-pot hotspot, according to an international poll, beating out ‘sweaty Turks’ and ‘lazy Englishmen.’


‘SPANISH men have been voted the world’s best lovers, according to an international poll.’

‘And to rub salt into the wounds, England came second-last last – after German men – for being ‘too lazy’ in bed.’

‘Spanish men were considered ‘natural and self-confident’ between the sheets, while Germans came last for being ‘too smelly.’’

‘The top five went – Spain, Brazil, Italy, France and Ireland.’ > The Olive Press.

Cyber sex thrives in Greece according to survey conducted with sample of 1,600 people.

The number of people seeking “love” through the internet is increasing. The old traditional flirt has been replaced by chat rooms and social media, with the exchange of messages and photographs. This new trend has been dubbed “cyber sex.”

Recent results of a survey carried out by the Institute for Advanced Study of Human Sexuality, in which 1,600 people were polled (800 men and 800 women), has indicated that 8 out of 10 men and 7 out of 10 women are regularly visiting websites with sexual content.  Surprisingly, 6 out of 10 of those polled freely admitted to using the internet to meet sexual partners, rather than developing a stable relationship.

In addition, the survey showed that 43 percent of respondents admitted to having had a relationship with someone they met in an online chat-room. > Greek Reporter.

The fact that due to austerity, half of them are out of work might have something to do with it.

Let’s face it, going out is expensive.


And that’s it for another Sex News Roundup. It’s easy enough and fun to write.

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