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Friday, February 27, 2015

Sex News Roundup, February 27, 2015.

Gary Glitter, (Wiki.)

Dusty Miller

Gary Glitter sentenced to 16 years. (Reuters.)

“Former British pop singer Gary Glitter, who shot to fame in the 1970s as a "glam-rock" star but was later convicted of child sex crimes, was sentenced to 16 years in prison after being found guilty of indecently assaulting three girls.”

Sex Box: No Sex Here, Please. (Slate.)

“The salient piece of information about Sex Box, the new reality show starting tonight on WE TV in which couples have sex in a box on stage, is that viewers of it will see and hear absolutely no sex.”

Woman Accuse Yogi of Sexual Assaults. (ABC News.)

“The most recent case, filed Feb. 13 in Los Angeles Superior Court, said Bikram Choudhury raped a Canadian woman who had shelled out $10,000 from her college fund for a nine-week class so she could teach the 26-pose technique to others. Jill Lawler said she went into the class elated to learn from the master, but things quickly soured as she was expected to massage him while watching Bollywood movies late into the night with hundreds of other students and was sexually assaulted on several occasions.”

Catholic School Board Will Teach New Sex-Ed Curriculum. (Sarnia Observer.)

“Director of Education Dan Parr says if you read through the curriculum, many of the ‘hot button’ issues in the news, were included as examples and are not expectations of what must be taught…(According to sources), Ontario’s sex education guidelines date back to 1989 and are the oldest in the country.”

Doctor Charged in Sexual Assault. (CBC.)

“A Windsor doctor has been charged with sexual assault after a woman claims he inappropriately touched her in January. Windsor police began an investigation into an allegation of sexual assault on Jan. 8.”

 All suspects are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. That being said, this would be a serious breach of trust and professional ethics.

Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne: Sex-Ed Protests Result of Homophobia. (Globe & Mail.)

“Premier Kathleen Wynne says she has no doubt homophobia motivated some of the hundreds of people who protested Ontario’s new sex education curriculum this week. Wynne, who is gay, says she looked at the protest on the front lawn of Queen’s Park and social media comments on the revised curriculum and concluded some of the opposition is homophobic. Many of those at Tuesday’s protest said the government was introducing ideas like same sex relationships and masturbation too early for some kids, but others brandished signs with more extreme messages.”


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