So Last Week 145

In this week’s (very late, but, hey, it’s hump day) sex news, one woman sells her virginity to help her city’s homeless. When 100 orgasms a day are nothing out of the ordinary. Would you share your STI status if you could do it securely online? Schwarzenegger’s love child (and new book “Total Recall: My Unbelievably True Life Story“) and dead historic figures you still might have banged. It’s all So Last Week.

  • A Brazilian woman sells her virginity so she can help the homeless. (DigitalJournal)
  • One woman’s 100 orgasms a day. (DailyMail)
  • Was Jesus married? The Vatican says no, but what about the papyrus? (CNN)
  • A website that lets you share your STI status…securely. (Gizmodo)
  • Hong Kong Billionaire offers a handsome dowry to any man who can woo his lesbian daughter. While she’s not biting, she loves that her dad loves her this much. (TIME)
  • New research suggests sex in the brain, gender in the mind. (about)
  • Penis and parenting. What’s in a word? (HuffPo)
  • Schwarzenegger didn’t notice his love child until he was 8. Read all about it in “Total Recall: My Unbelievably True Life Story“ (NYPost)
  • 18 dead, yet totally bang-able, historical figures. (TheFrisky)
  • The Princess Bride, 25 Years Later the message hasn’t changed. It’s all about true love. (io9)

So Last Week 144

In this week’s sex news you may have missed, sexting replaces heavy petting in the oh! no! teenagers! are engaging in risky behavior! department. Online dating goes to the zoo. Porn star Stoya speaks on sexual harassment. Plus Meryl Streep on relationships, Paris Hilton proves her mouth is bigger than her brain and Pink reveals her truth about love. It’s all So Last Week.

  • Sexting is the new petting. (eMaxHealth)
  • So today: Online dating for zoo animals. (Skynews)
  • Rape at Burning Man. It happens, now what are you going to do about it? (SFWeekly)
  • So two weeks ago and I’m loving it: Stoya says, I’m a porn star and if you harass me, I will punch you in the balls. (Jezebel)
  • 50 shades of fetish. Lots pony up to the Folsom Street Fair in San Francisco. (SFGate)
  • Women more nostalgic about sex with an ex. (DailyMail)
  • Which goes along with Meryl Streep’s relationship observation: Women work harder in relationship than men do. (MonstersandCritics)
  • Paris Hilton should learn to just shut up, instead she apologizes for her derogatory comments about gay men. (LATimes)
  • Pink is still learning the truth about love. (USAToday)
  • Eight steps towards becoming a sexuality workshop teacher. (CharlieGlickman)
  • My new show! Sex with Others, Episode 2. (SexLoveJoy)

So Last Week 143

In this week’s sex news, The N.F.L. and G.A.Y. marriage. Why the sometimes-otherwise-seemingly-gross-things-you-do aren’t gross when you’re turned on. The Australian Sex Party takes on Google.  Plus, sex selection and more Vagina: A New Biography. It’s all so last week.

  • The N.F.L. and its image are altered by the support of gay marriage. (NYT)
  • Why sex doesn’t gross you out when you’re aroused. (TIME)
  • Should we be able to decide the sex of our embryos? (HuffPo)
  • No Sex Party please, we’re google. (SMH)
  • The real question of so last week: “Why, in a world where the two-lady threesome is held up as the epitome of male accomplishment, are more women not talking about doing it with two dudes?” (xojane)
  • File under D.U.H. – Couples with pre-marital doubts are more likely to end up divorced. (USAToday)
  • Who’s afraid of Vaginal Wolf? The negative buzz over Naomi Wolf’s new book Vagina: A New Biography is mostly coming from other vaginas. (NYObserver)
  • A love story in 22 pictures. Warning: If you tear up easily, grab kleenex. (Buzzfeed)
  • Lost in Translation. The director of the ill-fated Innocence of Muslims movie (the one that cause the embassy disaster in Libya and beyond) is also a softcore porn director. (Gawker)
  • Double standards suck. The secret to her success is the reason why Amy Poehler and Will Arnett split. At least that’s what Millionaire matchmaker Patti Stanger has to say. (People)

So Last Week 142

Today’s sex news you may have missed spans a few weeks of news you have missed. The next sex news won’t be until after Labor Day, so I’ve made this extra long (and yes, it appears on a Thursday), for your reading enjoyment.

  • Neuroscience. Naomi Wolf. Vagina and the new sexual revolution. (TheGuardian)
  • Breastfeeding dad cannot join the La Leche Society as a lactation coach. (TheStar)
  • So this week: Tim Tebow is living la vida abstinent in New York. (NYT)
  • Texas state rep. Mary Gonzalez comes out as pansexual. (TheBlaze)
  • So how I feel: Why I choose love over motherhood. (HuffPo)
  • Sex geek Reid Mihalko’s superhero sexual recommendations for that thing in the desert called Burning Man. (ReidAboutSex)
  • Kathy Griffin wants you to go Fifty Shades of Green. (PerezHilton)

So Last Week 141

  • In this week’s sex news you may have missed, the Pope and condoms. Settling. Olympic Sex. Intercourse and bleeding: just do it, period. And trans as you wanna be. It’s all So Last Week.

  • Holy history Vatican! The Pope drops Catholic ban on condoms. (Telegraph)
  • Women, men and settling. (SexLoveJoy)
  • Rogue condoms appear in the Olympic Village and organizers take action. (NPR)
  • Openly gay athletes resemble unicorns at the Olympic games. (ESPN)
  • What’s so bad about a boy who wants to wear a dress? (NYT)
  • Trans. But not like you think. (Salon)
  • Breastfeeding gone wild. Mom sues when her educational video ends up on porn sites. (MSNBC)
  • Why men should be cool with period sex. (RoleReboot). Listen to the Hot Sox podcast (eco-menstruation) about period sex and washable pads with Lunapads creator and designer, Madeleine Shaw.
  • Sex Tips: How to show up to have sex with a turned-on woman, aka, how to show up to my house to f*ck me. (NicoleDaedone)
  • Op-ed Australia. Don’t let the prudes deprive us of sexual banter. (SMH)

So Last Week 140

In this week’s sex news you may have missed, can a woman’s orgasm save a man? Lana Wachowski comes out. Benny Morecock. The Pentagon and porn. Having children and the friendship test. It’s all so last week!

So Last Week 139

In this week’s So Last Week, guns verse sexual freedom. Asexuality is a sexual identity. The Chinese Police rescue a sex doll and men fake orgasm too. It’s all sex news you may have missed.

  • What terrorizes America most, guns or sexual freedom. (Alternet)
  • Asexuals among us. (Advocate)
  • Sex doll screws 18 Chinese police officers. (DailyMail)
  • What if the biological clock never ticked and women produced more eggs with age? (Science2.0)
  • Sally Ride wasn’t closeted, she just chose to keep her private parts private. (USAToday)
  • Camaraderie, not competition, is the focus of CBS’s new reality dating show. (zap2it)
  • Durex does the Olympics, only they don’t want you to know they are there for who the Olympians do. (Businessweek)
  • The Ultimate Guide to Contraception at Any Stage in Life. Watch Mom Ed in the Bedroom. (CafeMomStudios)
  • Men fake orgasm too. (HuffPo)
  • Oy vey. Henry Winkler to play a porn star on Broadway. (Guardian)

So Last 138

In this week’s So Last Week, no-orgasm sex is saving marriages. Yahoo hires a pregnant CEO and the world wails. The Olympic Village gets set to screw. Man with large penis is given a hard time at San Francisco Airport, while another woman visits the Statue of Liberty to declare her love. It’s all so last week, sex news you may have missed.

  • Meet karezza, the new, no-orgasm sex. (NYDailyNews)
  • Yahoo’s new CEO, Marissa Meyers, is 6 month’s pregnant. Let the unequal gender questioning begin. (Jezebel)
  • On your mark, get set, screw. It’s almost time for the Olympic Village sex. (ESPN)
  • Pornography in public…libraries. (NYT)
  • Blessed be! The Scottish Church pushes to legalize gay marriage. (ChristianPost)
  • Packing verse packing. Jonah Falcon’s penis is stopped at SFO. (SFGate)
  • Chick Fil-A can suck a big, gay chicken breast. (LATimes)
  • So (almost) yesterday: Statue of Liberty gives one woman orgasms. (TheSun)
  • Another crazy bit O’London. ShagAGamer, for geeks (over 18) looking to get it on. (Gamasutra)
  • So true, even if it’s false: The hilarious birth plan of Jamie and Jeff. (McSweeney’s) More from McSweeney’s.

So Last Week 137

In this week’s So Last Week Kim Jong-un’s love scandal. Rape jokes. Jane Fonda is having the best sex of her life. The Snuggery and Mick Jagger’s bisexuality. It’s all sex news you may have missed.

  • Not so good in North Korea. Kim Jong-un is having a relationship with a formerly married singer. Ack! The Horror! (Telegraph)
  • How to make a rape joke. (Jezebel)
  • And it’s not like this. “No is the New Yes.” Dominoes makes a big oh-no around rape. (xoJane)
  • At 74, Jane Fonda is doing more than sweating to the oldies. (TheSun)
  • Marathon sex helps with weight loss for one large lady. (DailyMail)
  • The Snuggery. For $60 you too can cuddle. (PhillyMetro)
  • Biden, Obama and the gay marriage apology that never happened. (TheAtlantic)
  • An Indian village bans love marriages. (NYDailyNews)
  • Even though it could save their lives, Truvada is out of reach for sex workers in poor countries. (Businessweek)
  • Meet Annie, aka Norma Stitz. The lady with the world’s largest natural breasts. She began wearing bras in third grade. (HuffPo)
  • So today: sex education has to talk about genitals. (NewStatesmen)
  • Mick Jagger, David Bowie and Bette Midler. This and more in MICK: The Wild Life and Mad Genius. (DailyMail)

So Last Week 136

In this week’s sex news you may have missed, Barney Frank gets married. Frank Ocean makes waves. The appropriate appetizers for a sex party. Funny thing about the penis… and aren’t college sex classes supposed to be electives? It’s all So Last Week.

  • To serve, and not to serve, at a sex party. (HuffPo)
  • Rep. Barney Frank brings homosexuality out of the Congress. (VillageVoice)
  • Love can grow out of a sweaty one night stand. (Jezebel)
  • James Deen is the well-hung boy next door and he’s got a seven page spread to prove it. (GQ)
  • A sexual case study on a college campus causes controversy. (Alternet)
  • Sex in the nursing home. Why are we so prudish? (MSNBC)
  • Frank Ocean makes waves in the hip hop community by stating he loved a man. (MTV)
  • Why is the penis shaped liked that? Some things I did not know, like “the coronal ridge offers a special removal service by expunging foreign sperm.(TheStranger). Excerpted from, Why Is the Penis Shaped Like That?: And Other Reflections on Being Human
  • Unattainable beauty: the decades most egregious photoshop scandals. (DailyBeast)
  • Is the submissive relationship in 50 Shades of Grey degrading to women? (TheIndependent)
  • What your favorite 80′s movie might say about your dating life. (Glamour)
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