So Last Week 122

In this week’s sex news you may have missed, a controversial bill that would immunize doctors from telling the truth about a fetus. A story on Gloria Steinem and women’s rights falls into the fashion pages of the NYTimes. How gay sex was legalized. Plus syphilis and chlamydia make a comeback. It’s all so last week.

The Beach, SF style. The Heart and Brain and the Purim Follies. Photo credit: Joy Powers
  • Don’t worry if your doctor lies to you about the health of your fetus, it’s all good. (ACLU)
  • Gloria Steinem, a woman like no other. (NYT)
  • If you don’t want a forced ultrasound, just close your eyes. So says Pennsylvania governor Tom Corbett. (HuffPo)
  • How gay sex was legalized. (TheAtlantic)
  • Hot trends in online dating: syphilis and chlamydia. (Jezebel)
  • Feel good family! A mom becomes a man and a family stays together. (NPR)
  • Choice words about abortion. (RHRealityCheck)
  • Gay marriage and Australia. The ad that’s making people mad (I know it should be angry, but mad rhymes). (SMH)
  • Books women read when no one can see the cover. (WSJ)
  • No cunty for old men. (editrixabby)
  • Young and pondering about love. (Boston)
  • Do orgasms make you live longer? And why is this question on a site called Business Insider? (BusinessInsider)