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Monday, September 26 2011

So Last Week .98

In this week’s So Last Week we look at the hit-making effect of reproductive messages in hit songs. Then we read an answer to the question, on the point of female orgasm (as in what’s the point, not when does it happen) and what to expect when it comes to sex after prostate cancer. Plus, sex education in New Zealand may be aiding in teen pregnancy and 50 ways to blow your lover. It’s all sex news you may have missed.

  • Reproductive messages in songs make for top-charting hits. (WashPost)
  • Female Orgasm: What’s the dileo? (PopSci)
  • “In Holland there are only five births per 1000 teenagers. In [New Zealand], there are 30-40 per 1000 teenagers, and we are beaten only by the United States.” Is New Zealand TMI’ing their approach to sex ed? (NZHerald)
  • Meet Pakistan’s Paris Hilton. Her name is Mathira Mohammed. (LATimes)
  • Gender selection leads to surplus men in China. This is not a good thing. (NWAsianWeekly)
  • What every prostate should know. This is what prostate cancer may do to your sex life. (TheChronicleHerald)
  • 50 things to do during a blowjob. (Datingish)
  • Excerpt from this book makes me want to read book.  ”Adventures in the Orgasmatron” - I did not know… (NYT)
  • “Open Ureterolithotomy” is a term I just learned. And this story DOES involve a pin in a penis. Masturbation can be dangerous. Ouch. (GhanaNewsAgency)
  • Hells Bells! Charlie Sheen says he’ll never get married again. (TorontoSun)

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Tuesday, September 20 2011

So Last Week .97

In this week’s so last week “we” (by we I mean “I”) take a look at girly dads, or more accurately the drop in testosterone levels that come with fatherhood. Memory and birth control, why the latter affects the former. Male bisexual chic. Can women be sex addicts? It’s all part of sex news you may have missed.

  • Girly dads. What happens to testosterone and manhood after childbirth. (NYT)
  • Birth control pills may mess with your memory. (Jezebel)
  • Can women be sex addicts? (LiveScience)
  • The rise of male bisexual chic. (Sexis)
  • Why masturbation is an economic act. (Treehugger)
  • Is there such a thing as a pedosmile? (Science2.0)
  • In Australia, happy, healthy 25-34 year old women don’t have children, but they do have relationships. (HeraldSun)
  • Porn stars start topless gaming site. (Escapist)
  • Oh Autumn! Do more couples break up in the fall? (DailyMail)
  • Brad Pitt says his life was uninteresting when he was married to Jennifer Aniston. Why diss your ex? (Examiner)

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Monday, September 12 2011

So Last Week .96

So many questions in this week’s So Last Week. Are sex-offender registries too harsh on sex-offenders? Is marriage for white people? What makes a sex toy kosher? Should Moby make porn? These questions (and more) answered (or attempted to be) in this week’s sex news you may have missed.

  • Are sex-offender registries too harsh? (WSJ)
  • Marriage. Is it a white person’s union? (Salon)
  • Can you say sexist? Forever 21 sells “Allergic to Algebra” shirts for girls. (Jezebel)
  • Man has sex with an inflatable pool toy year’s after he has sex with inflatable pumpkin. (Gather)
  • Deep in the Valley. Going to a porn shoot and I’m going to get…. (SexualIntelligence)
  • Should sex be mandatory in marriage? (CBS)
  • Orthodox Jews sell kosher sex toys. (NewYorkPost)
  • Ten sex toys that can also be used as weapons. (HoustonPress)
  • Moby wants to make porn for the small-to-average porn penis consumer. (WinnipegFreePress)
  • In other “musicians musing over sex news” Sinead O’Connor needs to get laid. Badly. (US)

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Wednesday, September 7 2011

So Last Week .95

It’s two weeks of So Last Week, Sex News You May Have Missed and it’s happening on a Wednesday. Crazy! Having just returned from Burning Man, and not being able to access my own website from the Grande Sierra hotel (the horrors) became big obstacles to getting up last week’s sex news. If you haven’t heard about some of these stories then you are officially so, so last week. What you’ll read about below: Creepy actor dude and his 16 year-old bride freak me out. PETA goes porn. In France, sexless marriage costs one man a lot of francs. Online dating don’ts, like don’t online date. Bull semen, a deadly bout of masturbation and one sperm donor breeds 150 offspring. It’s all so last week, sex news you may have missed.

  • PETA is making XXX porn to promote animal rights, but something still feels wrong. (LAWeekly)
  • One sperm donor, 150 offspring. (NYT)
  • Doug and Courtney - 51 year-old actor and his 16-year old bride are so in love they’re going to do a reality show. Yes, I’m thinking what you’re thinking, I think. (SeattlePI)
  • Sexless marriage costs a man in France some serious francs. (TorontoSun)
  • Funny people write a funny post on why no one wants you when you’re online dating and it’s pretty spot on. (CNN)
  • Love can make you sick. Literally. (MSNBC)
  • Boy dies after masturbating non-stop, 42 times. Who counted? (m24digital)
  • Oral sex, Emily so doesn’t love you. (xojane)
  • Porn industry sues regular folk for illegal porn downloads. Bam. (VancouverSun)
  • Lost bull semen shuts down interstate. (Consumerist)
  • Weatherman finds his “friend” dead and wearing a dog collar in a hot tub. (NYDailyNews)
  • Beyonce’s got back and baby on board. Marriage activists use this information to get all activisty. (WashTimes)
  • Ben & Jerry’s offer schweddy balls ice cream! (NPR)
  • Marc Anthony’s marriage to J.Lo ended because it didn’t work anymore — duh. (People)

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