So Last Week 157

In this week’s oft absurd sex news you may have missed the case against gay marriage becomes pro-even-more-overpopulation. Also a plot for assassination by oral sex, why malpractice changes a Catholic hospital’s view on fetuses and the oddly, erotic radish orgasm. Plus, a look at true (and the true meaning of) love: Love 2.0: How Our Supreme Emotion Affects Everything We Feel, Think, Do, and Become. It’s all so last week.

  • Because overpopulation isn’t a problem, the ridonkulous case for heterosexual marriage. (LAtimes)
  • Love is neither lasting nor unconditional. 10 things you need to know about love. (CNN)
  • How sex work became sexual exploitation. The War on Sex Workers explained. (Reason)
  • Assassination by oral sex. The plot that missed by a lick. (
  • When it comes to malpractice, Catholic hospital argues fetuses aren’t people. (ColoradoIndependent)
  • Meet Paul Cambria. The man who stands to fight Measure B for pornography. (DailyBeast)
  • 4GAYLIB, GAYPWR and GAYGUY just won’t cut it as license plates in Georgia. (Consumerist)
  • How to have bad sex. (
  • Ever heard a radish have an orgasm? Me either. (Rocketnews)
  • Seven famous songs about self love. (VillageVoice)