Sex News in Asia – 4/16/12
- A large local study here spanning more than a decade has revealed some startling results: Asian women do not face the same risk of getting breast cancer as women in the West.
- S’pore girls are materialistic: SMU study
- Foreign mistresses causing trouble again: Sparks off incident that resulted in accident
- Should your CV include photo?
- Unique vending machine in NUS gives out Coke cans when hugged
- A 17-year-old schoolboy accused of filming his girlfriend performing oral sex on him and uploading the videos online was charged in a court in Singapore
- S’pore man’s battle with manorexia
- First pimp jailed for dealing in underage prostitutes. A pimp was jailed for five years on Wednesday for harbouring and living on the immoral earnings of 15 Vietnamese prostitutes, four of them underage.
- Pink Dot 2012 to be held at night
- “Doctor hits on me during consultation — while my BF is in same room”
- LGBT issues have continuously made the news since March 21 when an MP told Parliament that three out of every 10 men in Malaysia is gay followed by the Deputy PM’s comments that LGBT people require counselling. The Jaringan Melayu Malaysia (Coalition of Malaysian Malays) has meanwhile launched an anti-LGBT campaign and is planning an anti-gay rally on April 21.
- The willful denial of sex, including on the first night after marriage by either spouse, amounts to cruelty and can be a ground for dissolution of the marriage, declares a recent ruling by the Delhi High Court.
- Pregnant women should not be sacked.To plug loopholes in the law on maternity benefits, a government panel has suggested an amendment forbidding the sacking of a pregnant employee on any ground.
- The mothers of Chen Jing-hsueh and Gao Jhih-wei “ a gay couple who filed a legal petition to seek legal recognition of their marriage “ appeared in court on Wednesday with their sons for the first time, and spoke to the media about accepting and supporting their sons’ sexuality and decision to be married.
- An increasing number of urban women are choosing to be homemakers, rather than pursue careers. About 40.09 per cent said they wanted to be housewives, while 37.8 per cent indicated they wanted to work, and the remainder expressed no preference, according to a poll of 20,000 women by Tencent in 2010.
- Intimate conversations lead man to murder wife’s Facebook friend
- Charmian Chen, a Taiwanese student whose recent wardrobe malfunction caused by monkeys in Bali pulling down her bright-coloured top which revealed her breasts, now has photos of her undergoing plastic surgery circulated through the internet
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.