Sex News in Asia – 2/28/11
- Now you can hire man maids in Singapore. Are the concerns of safety valid?
- Expats the target of ˜molest’ scams?
- Soccer-Singaporean coach backs away from sexist spat
- 2 online sex syndicates in private flats busted
- More young women with tongue cancer
- Forum letters:
- $490 fine for itching in public
- HIV woman has sex with 100 in revenge
- Women come forward after being loved and left dry by Casanova
- What do couples do in hotels besides sleep and have sex? One couple has been caught trying to steal LCD TV from hotel room
- ‘Second wife’ turns out to be a transvestite
- More and more Chinese men are looking to the power of skin creams and anti-age serums to help them get ahead professionally, sparking a booming new market that has major cosmetics firms salivating. I wonder if this is supposed to give them an advantage when it comes to their personal and social lives considering the surplus of men.
- Shanghai capsule hotel deemed a fire hazard. Just how do they have sex in these boxes?
- China expands provisions for free pre-pregnancy health examinations nationwide
- 13 million abortions a year in China
- Pornstar Vonnie Lui loses iPhone4 pics. One wonders if the loss was intentional.
- Police said the wife of a Vietnamese journalist confessed to dousing him in gasoline and torching him in his sleep “ a killing his colleagues initially feared was revenge for his investigative reporting.
- More than policy is needed to raise birthrates. OECD economist Adema says cultural changes are required.
- The world’s biggest family: The man with 39 wives, 94 children and 33 grandchildren
- Big fat Indian weddings could face the axe
- In a bid to curb sexual harassment of women sportspersons, the Sports Ministry wants national federations to frame strict rules, including provisions of filing criminal complaints with appropriate authority if required.
- Police in Thailand say they have broken up a Taiwanese-run ring which forced Vietnamese women in Thailand to have babies for subsequent sale. Another article is here. For the first time, I am reading that women can be trafficked for purpose other than forced prostitution in Asia and wonder if this is going to be happening more.
- Catholic residents of Ayala Alabang have passed a village ordinance banning sex education, condoms, pills and other birth control devices in their posh subdivision, triggering a constitutional challenge.
Disclaimer: Some of these media reports may portray certain persons and their sexuality in negative light. I am merely re-reporting them and may not always agree with the opinions expressed.