Sex News in Asia – 3/27/12
- Exercise and Orgasm \’ Who Knew? “ Tan Lili
- New plan to tackle human trafficking. A hotline for trafficked persons to get help or report offences. Specialised enforcement teams to combat sex and labour trafficking, with 10,000 frontline police officers to be trained to identify trafficked persons. A review of current laws to address the issue of human trafficking.
- Poly student sentenced to 13 years’ jail for rape
- Singapore convict escapes caning after sex change
- Without citing any details or source, an UMNO/Barisan Nasional MP told Parliament that three out of every 10 men in Malaysia is gay and called on the government to establish a gay rehab center to ‘combat’ homosexuality.
- The visit of a former Japanese porn star – who now preaches safe sex, AIDS awareness and sex education – has caused an uproar in China where talk about sex is generally taboo and sex education itself is highly controversial.
- Shoshika, the Japanese trend toward having fewer children, is wasting away a country that is also struggling to rebuild after the 2011 Tohoku earthquake, tsunami and nuclear incident.
- A Japanese zoo has turned to rhythmical banging on traditional drums in a bid to encourage some enthusiasm for sex among lust-lacking alligators.
- The India government said it fully accepts the Delhi high court landmark 2009 verdict, which decriminalised consensual gay sex between adults in private.
- For Indian women, divorce is a raw deal. The system is against women, who can be left financially destitute even if their husband is wealthy.
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.