Sex News in Asia – 1/23/12
- On Child Prostitution, Human Trafficking and Poverty
- Forum letters on sex ed in Singapore
- Urging people to save themselves for marriage. A response is here.
- Why we shouldn’t start sexuality education earlier
- A poster featuring a naughty message has scandalised some people from the Convent of the Holy Infant Jesus (CHIJ) schools in Singapore.
- Singapore Fringe Festival courts controversy
- Rong Sheng says his wife Kai Lynn shed a whopping 28kg so she could look her best on her wedding day
- Man jailed, caned for molesting woman
- Man fined for sending topless photos of ex-girlfriend to her family
- Ex-teacher jailed 8 years for sex with 14-year-old student
- All Singapore maternity hospitals to encourage breastfeeding
- Man jailed for sex without disclosing HIV status
- Anwar under fire for suggesting review of gay laws
- Man blackmailed after cyber sex session
- Rape ordeal for 24-year-old trainee
- Siblings disown mum after she cheated 8 men
- Cops: Porn not cause of crash
- The Court of Appeal has upheld the High Court’s decision to award Information, Commun¬ications and Culture Minister Datuk Seri Dr Rais Yatim RM300,000 (S$123,420) in his defamation suit against blogger Amizudin Ahmat for implying that the minister was guilty of raping his Indonesian maid.
- Blogger-activist Liumang Yan turns prostitute for a day to speak up for sex workers
- Cross-dressing garbage collector wins national sympathy after fire
- Foreigner’s search for lost love burns up Weibo
- Dragon Year spells nightmare for Hong Kong mums
- Taiwan’s President Ma Ying-jeou on Thursday urged the island’s couples to have more babies during the upcoming Year of the Dragon to help boost birth rates.
- China boyfriend for rent
- The Appeals Court yesterday upheld a 37-year prison sentence for a Dutch man convicted of sexually molesting a 12-year-old boy.
- Shukan Post says that in days past one porn actress per 400 female high school and university students was a standard assumption \’ a figure that represents roughly one woman per graduating class.
- Vietnam’s first film to openly feature love and intimacy between gay men is helping to change attitudes in a country where homosexuality is often seen either as a disease or a source of ridicule.
- Can an LGBT Film Help Change Attitudes About Homosexuality in Vietnam?
- Have You Found Pleasure From E-Spot Stimulation? It has to do with the ear
- A minister in India’s Orissa state has quit after being accused of “shielding” those involved in an alleged gangrape of a low-caste dalit girl.
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.