Sex News in Asia – 11/21/11
- Kids without dads to get male role models. Dads For Life plans to build a stronger support system for single fathers and translating educational materials like brochures into Chinese, Malay and Tamil.
- Straitlaced Singapore switches on to strippers
- Gawking incidents – what can beach-goers do?
- Gay portal Fridae moves to another domain
- SlutWalk event: Police in touch with organisers. The full correspondence with the Singapore Police Force is here. Commentary on this on Yawning Bread is here.
- Forum letter: Up Medisave limit for babies.
- New Nation: Male porn star – Stud. Female porn star – Slut
- Straits Times: More educated Chinese women seek foreign husbands including Singapore.
- Public House: Marriage and children not for everyone. We have to accept that, as societies evolve, their choices, commitments, needs and lifestyle will also evolve.
- Woman pleads guilty to having sex with father
- On why Minister of State for Health Amy Khor who took over as head of the national policy committee for HIV and Aids should talk about sex
- New strain of HIV found in Singapore
- Police have opened a new case against Opposition Leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim for allegedly giving a false statement in connection with the sex video featuring a man resembling him.
- Female students in Kelantan have been advised not to stay or play in flooded areas to avoid the repeat of cases of leeches which entered the private parts of girls and women in the state last year.
- The war against trafficking being waged by the Visayan Forum Foundation
- The number of HIV cases in the country has increased by 65 percent
- The Hong Kong Lesbian and Gay Film Festival kicks off with more than 30 full-length and short films to be screened over two weeks, and will feature more Asian content than in previous years.
- Hong Kong Pride Parade: Too sexy or not enough?
- 2,000 attend HK Pride Parade
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.