Sex News in Asia – 4/23/12
- Govt encourages more singles to get married
- More married couples here not having children
- Mind the baby gap. Unlike France and Sweden, other countries trying to promote childbirth have adopted ineffective policies, instituted no policies at all, or succumbed to cultural impediments.
- Singapore has yet to accede to the United Nations Protocol to Prevent, Suppress and Punish Trafficking in Persons, especially Women and Children, also known as the Palermo Protocol, but has said it is committed to do so when it is ready to fulfil the obligations.
- Rich grad meets hawker: More S’porean girls OK with ‘marrying down’
- Hit-and-run victim spent $10k on Taiwan wedding shoot, but never got to see pics
- Doctor who allegedly molested nurse suspended
- Underage girl in prostitution scandal to be named
- 44 men charged with having commercial sex with minor
- Grandson of Shaw cinema mogul charged for sex with underaged callgirl
- Who is the real Howard Shaw?
- Fridae’s original domain name Fridae.com has been returned to the company following a decision by the World Intellectual Property Organisation (WIPO) this month.
- 1,000 at anti-LGBT rally in Kuala Lumpur
- Syndicates now selling sex via SMS
- Tweeting for sex in KL
- Equality beyond sexual identity. When people debate equality between men and women in Islam, most will simply end up concluding that Islam is a gender-biased religion. However, those who study it carefully might come up with a completely opposite perspective. It is a religion that embraces equality among humans; however, misleading information related to the religion is widely understood and spread by Muslims themselves.
- 1 in 5 gay people in Taiwan have attempted suicide: Survey
- China Press reported that a husband fell from the 20th floor in front of his two brothers in Hong Kong after he failed to convince his 26-year-old wife to come back to him.
- Shy Hong Kongers urged to have more sex
- Telegraph: Pakistani women disfigured by acid attacks
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.