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Arrest of Tokyo vagina artist sparks free expression protest

Tokyo - Japanese police have arrested a Tokyo artist on obscenity charges for distributing data that allowed recipients to make 3D prints of her vagina, sparking protests over what supporters said was an attack on free expression.
In the Media by AFP

Why yoga will improve your sex life

The American Dietetic Association, Americans says Americans are eating more vegetables, fish, chicken, and whole grain foods. Overall, people believe that maintaining a healthy diet and getting regular exercise is very important.
In the Media by Jay McClung

Gay rights in the US court, criminality in the rest of the world

As Facebook users in the United States change their profile pictures to the double-bar human rights symbol in support of gay rights and gay marriage, homosexuals remain persecuted around the world - particularly in Africa, where it is largely a crime.
In the Media by Michael Krebs

Op-Ed: What your brain does when you see sexy person

A scientific research concludes that dorsomedial prefrontal cortex mediates rapid evaluations predicting the outcome of romantic interactions.
In the Media by Eko Armunanto

Op-Ed: The importance of being Oscar

It’s not surprising that some gay people see the 19th-century poet and playwright Oscar Wilde as a kind of messiah figure.
In the Media by Andrew John

Gay actor Rupert Everett says Catholicism drove him to be a slut

The gay British actor Rupert Everett says his former Catholic faith drove him to live sex and to become what he calls “a slut”.
In the Media by Andrew John

BDSM comes to Harvard as 'Harvard College Munch' is approved

Cambridge - Harvard now has a BDSM club as "Harvard College Munch" was one of the 15 independent student organizations to receive official recognition.
In the Media by Can Tran

Video: Female on stage recites poem about loving 'Richard'

While you can go on stage and recite poetry about anything, one female took the stage and gave a poem of something she loved: "sausage."
In the Media by Can Tran

Op-Ed: The world craves a Dark Knight

“You either die as a hero or live long enough to see yourself become a villain, ” Harvey Dent - The Dark Knight. I will explore the differences between masculinity and sexuality as it seen and portrayed in comic books.
In the Media by Anthony Sicilia

Expert: Dementia patients 'should be allowed to have sex'

Nursing home residents suffering with dementia should have the freedom and indeed the right to enjoy sexual expression, but often staff members discourage their sexual expression, a new report suggests.
In the Media by Yukio Strachan

Comedian’s teasing over sexuality gets Simon Cowell ‘fuming’

UK comedian David Walliams reckons the TV and talent-spotting mogul Simon Cowell is due for some merciless teasing about his sexuality, once the live broadcasts for one of Britain’s top talent shows hit the airwaves.
In the Media by Andrew John

Bangladesh to stage first transgender reality TV show

Bangladesh looks set to get its first TV reality show for transgender people, which programme makers hope will end taboos associated with gender and sexual issues.
In the Media by Andrew John - 1 comment

Gay controversy threatens to split Church of Ireland

A controversy over same-sex relationships has arisen in the Church of Ireland after it became known that the Dean of Leighlin (Carlow), the Very Reverend Tom Gordon, married his same-sex partner of 20 years in a civil ceremony at a registry in July.
In the Media by JohnThomas Didymus - 2 comments

Dan Savage: Monogamy destroys more families than it saves

In an interview in the New York Times Sunday Magazine, advice columnist Dan Savage discusses how monogamy is crippling some marriages, saying infidelity could actually save struggling relationships.
In the Media by David Silverberg - 1 comment

Rihanna silent on sexuality rumours

Pop star Rihanna, one of the most talented and much loved contemporary musicians, has so far kept stolid silence over rumours that she is bisexual.
In the Media by Gibril Koroma - 1 comment

Legislator who campaigned against Sex Ed, profits from sex toys

The Democratic opponent of a Republican legislator happened to find kinky, sexual "stress relievers" on a company website for which this conservative is CFO, despite his stated disapproval of fringe sex-ed classes in colleges.
In the Media by Laura Trowbridge - 13 comments

Can Christians live together outside of marriage?

Young Methodists have asked church leaders whether it's appropriate for 21st century couples to live together without getting married.
In the Media by David Masters - 7 comments

Malawi gay couple’s release brings praise from Obama

The release of a gay Malawian couple given 14 years’ hard labour for “unnatural acts” and “gross indecency” has brought praise from US President Barack Obama.
In the Media by Andrew John

Jailed gay couple pardoned by Malawi president

The gay Malawi couple sentenced to 14 years’ hard labour and separated from each other after being jailed have now been freed after the Malawian president met UN secretary-general Ban Ki-moon.
In the Media by Andrew John

Teen suicide rising, 4 times higher for gay youth

West Hollywood - Many teenagers have thoughts of death. These can stem from a variety of causes, and can result in actual attempts on their own lives. The National Institute of Mental Health warn that 25 teen suicides are attempted for each one that is successful.
In the Media by Kim I. Hartman - 1 comment

Malawian gay couple given 14 years behind bars

The gay Malawian couple convicted due to their same-sex relationship have been given 14-year jail sentences. Human-rights groups are calling the verdict "outrageous" and "discriminatory."
In the Media by Andrew John - 2 comments

Malawian gay couple’s conviction is ‘an outrageous verdict’

A gay couple in Malawi have been convicted of “unnatural acts” and “gross indecency” because of their same-gender relationship. And a campaigner says it's an “outrageous verdict”.
In the Media by Andrew John

Gay-rights campaigner defends homophobic speech

Britain’s prosecutions body, the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS), has dropped all charges against a homophobic Christian street preacher shortly after a leading gay-rights campaigner offered to testify in defence of his right to free speech.
In the Media by Andrew John - 1 comment

Jackson’s father sets record straight: 'Michael was not gay'

The father of the late Michael Jackson says he wants to put the record straight about his son’s sexuality. Michael, he says, was not gay.
In the Media by Andrew John - 1 comment

UK judges moving towards ‘secular state’, says former archbishop

Judges in the United Kingdom have been accused of moving towards a “secular state,” downgrading the rights of religious believers.
In the Media by Andrew John - 1 comment

‘Muslim gay kiss’ star set to wed real-life partner

The British actor involved in a controversial onscreen same-sex relationship with a Muslim is to marry his real-life partner.
In the Media by Andrew John

Gay ‘cure’ law finally repealed in California

A law that requires the state of California to seek “cures” for homosexuality has now been officially dropped by the state Assembly.
In the Media by Andrew John - 1 comment

Gay Malawians’ defiant prison declaration of love

Two men on trial on charges of homosexuality in Malawi, Steven Monjeza and Tiwonge Chimbalanga, have issued a defiant message from their prison cell, affirming their love for each other and thanking their supporters in Malawi and worldwide.
In the Media by Andrew John

Church may ban sex outside marriage to sidestep equality law

The Church of Scotland may ban ministers from having sex outside marriage as a way of sidestepping equality laws dealing with discrimination against gays.
In the Media by Andrew John

Glee star hopes to be be role model for gay teens

Chris Colfer, the young actor playing cute Kurt Hummel in the TV music series Glee, says he hopes gay teens will be able to identify with his character.
In the Media by Andrew John - 2 comments
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