So Last Week 127

In this week’s So Last Week: Sex News You May Have Missed, oh wonder of wonders, the G-spot takes another shot at reclaiming its existence. Pictures of naked men pop up in a powerpoint presentation that a priest is giving to parents. Mona Eltahawy writes about the real war on women in the Middle East. Plus, gender stereotypes that used to be different and a dating site for poor, pretty people who love to travel. It’s all sex news you may have missed.

  • One doctor cuts up a dead cadaver woman and declares, hark! the G-spot, it exists! (LATimes)
  • Oopsie. An Irish priest accidentally shares a gay porn presentation with parents of grade-schoolers. (Jezebel)
  • The real war on women in the Middle East. (ForeignPolicy)
  • Should sex educators teach good sex? (TheStar)
  • Sexual adventures or spy games. What really happened to the spy in the duffel bag? (NYT)
  • A dating site for attractive people who don’t have the money but want to travel. OMG, WOW. (SFGate)
  • The hardest thing about being a male porn star. (Forbes)
  • Pink is for girls, blue is for boys and 4 other gender stereotypes that used to be the exact opposite. (Cracked)
  • Hugvie. A vibrating pillow for more than just loneliness. (MSNBC)
  • How TV lied about sex and bar tabs. (XOJane)
  • I love sex, but that doesn’t make me easy. (YourTango)