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Men who regularly balance their laptop computers on their laps when working may be jeopardizing their ability to have children, according to a new study from fertility researchers at the State University of New York at Stony Brook.

The potential risk comes from the heat generated by the laptop computer and the close position of one's thighs when balancing the computer on one's lap, the researchers found. This heat is transferred to the scrotum, where the temperature can rise several degrees, putting users within the danger zone for testicular dysfunction.

Wired News: Laptops a Hot Fertility Issue

The U.S. Supreme Court ruled on Monday that a policeman can be fired for violating regulations after he offered for sale on the Internet videos of himself removing a uniform and masturbating.

The justices overturned a ruling by a U.S. appeals court that reinstated the officer's lawsuit claiming he had been wrongly dismissed by the San Diego Police Department because the First Amendment's free-speech rights protected his off-duty actions.

Saying the police department had demonstrated that his activities compromised its interests, the justices said the California-based appeals court had been wrong in ruling it must justify the decision to fire the officer, identified in court documents only as "John Roe."

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A mayor who set up a direct hotline for people to call with civic problems is asking bored housewives to stop inviting him round for sex.

Cristian Anghel, mayor of Baia Mare in Romania, claims he had more than a hundred calls in the last week from women declaring their love for him.

He said many come straight out and even invite him round for sex, local daily Libertatea reported.

Ananova - Mayor: 'Stop pestering me for sex'

Rumors flew in 1979 when Nelson Rockefeller died of a heart attack in circumstances described by his speechwriter as "undeniably intimate." But the notion that sexual activity can touch off a heart attack has been around for some time.

He wants you to be his keyholder.

Your husband or boyfriend has just announced his chastity fetish to you. What are you supposed to do?

Keyholding - Male Chastity

The Hello Kitty Vibrator is a true collectors item. Featuring a powerfull, yet quiet motor, they measure in at almost 6 inches of pure pleasure :) They come complete with battery and display box as shown in the picture. Another thing you will notice is the Japanese writing on the box as they were never intended to be sold outside of Japan !!! These Hello Kitty Vibrators were made in limited numbers and according to Sanrio they will never be made again so order now !!

  The Hotlanta Kink Test

So just how kinky is your sex life? To find out, answer all questions as truthfully as possible.

  Pushing the Male Envelope

In the course of my work, I see a lot of sex toys. And sometimes, what I see puzzles me. "What were they thinking?" I'll ask myself, cocking my head to look at the plaything from a different angle. Will anyone really buy this? What does it say about the fabric of our society, that such objects exist?

It says that the manifestation of our sexual imagination is limited only by our technology, and every year we push those limits a little farther out.

Wired News: Pushing the Male Envelope


They should have blue and brass available...

Yes girrls, your very own balls!


Warning: Olde English beer may lead to creating more videos like this...

  The Hole

...before you're gay, you see the hole...

New York officials have been left red-faced after they discovered that clothing ads on city buses that appeared to promote reading suggested a love of books could be rewarded with oral sex.

The advertisements that ran on about 200 buses across the city in recent months carried posters displaying a suggestively posed woman in hot pants kneeling among a pile of books beside the snappy slogan

Read a book, get oral sex- The Times of India

Gay couples may now tie the knot in more than half of the provinces and territories in Canada after a Saskatchewan court ruled Friday that the traditional definition of marriage is unconstitutional.

In a five-page ruling, Justice Donna Wilson sided with courts in five other provinces and one territory, saying existing marriage laws discriminate against gay couples.

"The common-law definition of marriage for civil purposes is declared to be 'the lawful union of two persons to the exclusion of all others,' " Wilson wrote.

"We've turned the corner," proclaimed Greg Walen, lawyer for the five gay couples who were challenging the law in Saskatchewan.

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In a resounding, coast-to-coast rejection of gay marriage, voters in 11 states approved constitutional amendments Tuesday limiting marriage to one man and one woman.

The amendments won, often by huge margins, in Arkansas, Georgia, Kentucky, Michigan, Mississippi, Montana, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Ohio, Utah and Oregon - the one state where gay-rights activists hoped to prevail. The bans won by a 3-to-1 ratio in Kentucky and Georgia, 3-to-2 in Ohio, and 6-to-1 in Mississippi.

"This issue does not deeply divide America," said conservative activist Gary Bauer. "The country overwhelmingly rejects same-sex marriage, and our hope is that both politicians and activist judges will read these results and take them to heart."

The Ohio measure, considered the broadest of the 11 because it barred any legal status that "intends to approximate marriage," gathered equal support from men and women, Blacks and Whites.

Gay marriage is resoundingly rejected in 11 states

The American fetish of Asian woman is a form of globalization that finds its roots in American-Asian wars. American soldiers stationed in Japan, Vietnam, Korea, the Philippines, and virtually every other Asian nation discovered Asian sex workers-exotic women far from home, who offered sexual pleasures for a cheap price. The globalized image of Asian women as objects rather than human beings has spread beyond military, into the media, and even the overall image of Asian American women in daily life. As a result, the American cinema has profited from objectifying Asian women.


COMING off the Pill can boost women's sex drive, researchers claimed yesterday.

Taking the hormonal contraceptive causes a loss in sexual desire in one in six women, scientists said.
Four weeks after abandoning the Pill, women who had complained of a lack of desire found their appetite for sex returned.
They had increases in libido, arousal and orgasm, according to a report at the American Society for Reproductive Medicine conference in Philadelphia.
Not taking the Pill led to rising levels of the sex hormone testosterone and a fall in a hormone that can suppress desire.

Herald Sun: The Pill can lower 'libido and drive' [22oct04]

New Scientist | US Election 2004

In 1984, at a population conference in Mexico City, President Ronald Reagan dropped a bombshell. He announced that thereafter, any non-governmental organisation that provided abortions, counselled about abortion, advocated abortion in any way, or was affiliated with other organisations that did any of these, would be barred from receiving US money, supplies, training or technical support.

It was not enough that 11 years earlier the US had decided that not a single penny from its taxpayers could be used to pay for abortions overseas. Now it wanted to punish proximity to the deed as well.

What has become known as the Mexico City policy -- or the 'global gag rule' by opponents -- sent aid organisations into turmoil. NGOs had to quickly decide whether they would stand on principle and forgo American largesse or sever their ties with anything even faintly to do with the termination of a pregnancy.

Asians are having far less sex than their European counterparts, according to a global survey which also revealed trends towards younger and riskier sex.

People around the world slip between the sheets an average of 103 times per year, compared to 127 times in the previous year's poll, according to figures published by condom manufacturer Durex.

Asians are the least sexually active. Japanese have just 46 rolls in the hay per year, followed by Hong Kong Chinese and Singaporeans with 79, Taiwanese with 80, Indians with 82 and 90 for mainland Chinese, the survey said.

Asia lagging behind Europe between the sheets: survey

Breast implants are becoming more and more popular with a surprising group of Shanghai citizens -- men.

The Shanghai Daily said on Wednesday that most of the male patients seeking implants in China's financial hub wanted to impress women, or clients, or in some cases their boss.

The implants are similar to those used by women, but they are shaped differently and are stiffer.

Doctors warn that the surgery has certain risks and people with allergies or heart problems should find another way to look like Arnold Schwarzenegger, the newspaper said.

Breast implants popular with Shanghai men

France is well positioned as the world's sexiest state, according to a global survey of lovemaking.

In a poll of more than 350,000 people published on Tuesday, condom maker Durex found that lovers across the globe are having sex an average of 103 times per year, but the French are living up to their romantic reputation with an average of 137 times.

Greeks and Hungarians followed close behind, with averages of 133 and 131 times a year.

Asian countries lag behind in the love stakes with the Japanese managing just 46 times per year and those in Hong Kong and Singapore just 79 times.

France tops the sex league

China's police ministry on Sunday handed out rewards of up to $240 to people who reported pornographic Web sites in a campaign to stamp out online smut, the government said.

Some 445 people have been arrested and 1,125 Web sites shut down with the help of public tips since July, the official Xinhua News Agency reported, citing the Ministry of Public Security.

The ministry handed out rewards of $60 to $240, Xinhua said, but it didn't say how many people received them.

China encourages Internet use for education and business but bans sexually oriented content on its own Web sites and tries to block access to foreign sites deemed pornographic or subversive. - AP Technology

  Makin' Woohoo

By all accounts, The Sims is the most successful computer game on Earth. It's a game even non-gamers have heard of, and it's as addictive in its own way as cybersex and Doritos. I even spent a couple of months playing The Sims long-distance. Who needs phone sex when you can have phone Sims?

The Sims 2 improves on the original with a more detailed representation of what happens between the sheets -- the game calls it "woohoo" -- and a gene-transfer element that creates children who resemble their parents in looks and temperament. You can nurture or torment your Sims from infancy to old age and play for generations if you have the attention span to do so.

The game is about life, so you would expect it to include sex. What you might not expect is the matter-of-fact way in which this mainstream game accepts the full spectrum of human sexuality.

Wired News: Makin' Woohoo

Lusty Koalas in southern Australia will be put on the pill to stop them breeding too quickly and putting too much strain on their eucalyptus-forest home.

Up to 2,000 female koalas in Victoria state's Mount Eccles National Park are going to be implanted with a slow-release hormone that acts as a contraceptive.

Frisky koalas to go on the pill

Paternity tests are becoming increasingly common in China along with casual sex as suspicious husbands check on their wives' fidelity, a news agency says.

Applications for the DNA test, which in the West can cost hundreds of dollars, had risen 20 percent a year in one Beijing hospital, the state-run China News Service said.

It said there had already been 200 tests at the hospital by mid-September and there would have been many more if the cost were not so high.

China paternity tests rise with casual sex

Having sex with corpses is now officially illegal in California after Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger signed a bill barring necrophilia, a spokeswoman says.

The new legislation marks the culmination of a two-year drive to outlaw necrophilia in the state and will help prosecutors who have been stymied by the lack of an official ban on the practice, according to experts.

Schwarzenegger outlaws sex with corpses

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