Sex News in Asia – 10/4/11
- Rapist in Zouk case gets 7 years and 8 strokes
- Photos of man in ˜army skirt’ create buzz. Read how else the army has been making the news for the wrong reasons locally and internationally.
- Opinion piece: Why, in some situations, it makes sense to let religious citizens speak up on their convictions. This may appear to be about only religious but what happens when religion decides how sexuality education should be conducted in schools?
- Forum letter: No respect for the pregnant
- Perkasa president Datuk Ibrahim Ali appeared to suggest it was Datuk Seri Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail’s fault that her husband, Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim, was allegedly recorded having sex with a prostitute.
- Gay couples and those seeking political asylum make up the 180 Malaysians who have sought asylum in the United Kingdom since 2005.
- Scientists get step closer to HIV vaccine
- Mavis Pan in “Sex” sequel
- Shanghai police rebut “rumours” surrounding gay bar raid as one detainee plans to sue. More updates
- Chinese actress’ mum attacks her on TV
- Taiwanese woman pays husband RM10K for sex
- Male and single? Get a Cloud Girlfriend
- The government of the Philippines has bolstered its efforts to counter human trafficking ahead of the US State Department’s 2011 Trafficking Persons Report
- Women catch up with literate men
- Despite various government and non-governmental initiatives to stem child marriage in Bangladesh, parents are continuing to marry off their underage daughters. One wonders if the parents would do so if they had any other options.
- How far can you get away from danger? Pregnant women and mothers of young babies in Japan are getting mixed signals about how far away they should be from the nuclear-power-plant disaster. With the government’s evacuation advice considered lax, volunteers are stepping in.
Disclaimer: Some of these media reports may portray sex and sexuality in a negative light. I am merely re-reporting them and may not always agree with the reports or opinions expressed.