The official, terribly written press release reads as follows (direct copy paste):
The Scene which is a adult entertainment lounge in Commack, Long Island is hosting Amy Fisher for a special performance on January 23, 2010. It will feature the return of International porn star Amy Fisher back to the stage of her native home of Long Island. The adult club plans on donating a portion of Amy Fishers show to the Haitian disaster relief effort. The famous woman who is known once was known as the "Long Island Lolita" by the age of 17 became a porn star in 2007. The Scene is located at 70 Vanderbilt Motor Parkway in Commack. Ms. Fishers show will be completely nude.
To kick off, here's the story that inspired the theme of today's post. A Franciscan monk from a monastery near Krakow in Poland has leapt into the bestseller lists with a Catholicism-friendly sex-manual for couples "who love God". Hailed as a Catholic "Kama Sutra", Father Ksawery Knotz's book - demurely titled "Seks" - has been published with the blessing of the Polish Church and goes (apparently) well beyond the "missionary position" of lore, though it keeps with holy tradition by counselling against contraception (The Guardian).
But when it comes to sex education, it is perhaps the Germans rather than the Poles who need to learn the facts of life, or at least, German editors do. In a shock result, a poll by German youth magazine Bravo has revealed that teens have a familiarity with drink and porn that belies their "tender years". The 2009 "Dr. Sommer Study" found that 79% of youths aged 14-17 had seen pornography, and 50% had been drunk at least once, 36% to the point of incapacity. This latter result may also go a way to explaining the 28% of teenagers who admitted to having had unprotected sex (The Local).
Perhaps Germany could take a leaf out of North Carolina's book, where the "Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention Campaign" has started a service where teens can text-in for sex advice from their mobile phones, getting the answer back the same way(Fay Observer). I wonder what answer you get if you text "Hlp my cndms splt! Wht doi do?", "Ur 2 L8, mrri hr!" perhaps?
Of course it's easy to pull off a discrete text message, but there are times when it's necessary to get your sex advice in person, with all the embarrassment that entails. Except that is for patients to the UK's Chalmers Hospital, where as part of a major refurbishment a private corridor is being added to and from the sex-clinic, so that visitors need never have to pass through the public areas (BBC News).
And as if to show that the British medical profession has its finger on the pulse of sexual health, members at a recent conference of the Royal College of Nursing voted 93% to 7% to call for the legalisation of "co-operative" brothels. Their hope is that by encouraging prostitutes to band together in licensed "mini-brothels", they would be safer from violence and exploitation and be more easily screened for STDs (The Scotsman).
With all great films come the pornographic remake and Star Trek is no different. I came across the trailer on youtube, which is safe for work, but has a couple suggestive scenes. Now without further ado:
Recently in Kenya, women decided to boycott sex in order to protest the relations between President Mwai Kibaki and Prime Minister Raila Odinga. Well, one man was a little too upset over not being able to get his jollies off and decided to sue the activists who organized the boycott. The man, James Kimondo, said "the seven-day sex ban...resulted in stress, mental anguish, backaches and lack of sleep..." CNN