Sex News: Scissoring, Brits shun porn filters, sex geckos in space, online sex games (review)

  • Having Beyoncé rework her gigantic hit “Crazy in Love” for the 50 Shades trailer is a stroke of genius all the more impressive because “genius” is adamantly not a word that one would normally associate with E.L. James’s original series. It makes the chemistry-free setup between the actors almost interesting.
    50 Shades of Grey’s Trailer: Genius (The Atlantic; see also: Here’s Why You Should See “Secretary” Before “Fifty Shades Of Grey”)
  • A United Nations officials’ statement on militant group Islamic State in Iraq and Greater Syria (ISIS) ordering female genital mutilation in one Iraqi city under their control seems to be less than accurate.
    No, ISIS Isn’t Ordering Female Genital Mutilation In Iraq (Think Progress)
  • In an episode from season two of Orange is the New Black, a scene opens with two characters performing a stereotypical lesbian sex act – scissoring. Sitting up and facing one another on a bed, legs intertwined, they grind and moan. Every so often, they adjust; “No, wait, like that…” After a few moments, they collapse in laughter.
    Busting Sex Myths: Is Scissoring Really a Thing? (Nerve)
  • New York City police are investigating a Google engineer for an alleged string of sexual assaults.
    Google Engineer Charged With Raping 19-Year-Old (Valleywag)

  • Researchers at the 20th International AIDS Conference in Melbourne, Australia, presented a new paper in which they studied HIV among female sex workers in Canada, India and Kenya. They found that infections could be reduced by 33 to 46 percent in those countries if prostitution were made legal.
    Legalizing Prostitution Could Reduce HIV Infections Nearly In Half (Huffington Post)
  • When superstar erotica writer Sommer Marsden‘s husband was diagnosed with cancer, top erotic writers from around the world came together to create Summer Loving ($0.69), a collection of 20 hot stories. All profits go to Sommer Marsden and her family. The table of contents is here.
    Get Ready for Summer Loving! (Alison Tyler: Trollop With A Laptop)

  • A new report from communications regulator Ofcom reveals that just one in every seven customers are letting the big four UK ISPs guard them from porn and other online nasties. While tiny minorities of users at Virgin Media (four percent), BT (five percent) and Sky (eight percent) opted to keep the filter, TalkTalk ranked as a significant outlier: it reports that 36 percent of customers enabled the government-mandated filters on their home router.
    The majority of Brits are disabling government-backed porn filters (Engadget)
  • Russia’s space agency says it’s restored full contact with an orbiting satellite containing biological experiments, including one designed to see how geckos have sex and reproduce in zero gravity. The geckos are apparently okay.
    Russia Regains Control of Gecko Zero-G Sex Satellite (NBC News)
  • Sexapalooza is something worth knowing about. The upscale adult expo, consumer show and shopping experience is now seven years old. “Enjoy fantastic stage shows and learn new “how-to” sex tips at our seminars given by professionals in the adult industry. The show team has created an environment and show that is supportive and inclusive regardless of your sexual practice or preference. We work hard to assemble a diverse collection of exhibitors, entertainment, educators and non-profit community groups that represent each city’s sexual community.”
    Sexapalooza (sexapalooza.ca)

  • This survey – Virgin Territory, .pdf – asks young men and women what they thought, what they remembered, and how they felt about the first time they had sex, and how they feel about it now.
    Virgin Territory: What Young Adults Say About Sex, Love, Relationships, and The First Time (The National Campaign)
  • Last week a lot of lukewarm headlines revolved around an alleged (no)-sex spreadsheet some guy made to passive-aggressively embarrass his wife about sex. So turnabout is fair play: A wife’s ruthless sex diary documenting her failed attempts to get laid has emerged. The detailed record spans 30 days – most of them sexless – and contributes to pop culture’s love for stereotypical animosity in heterosexual relationships.
    Wife’s sex diary is better than husband’s spreadsheet (Metro UK)

  • Hearing, touching, and feeling aren’t just for face-to-face encounters. Interactive sex can happen in virtual spaces, and with many partners. Future of Sex reviews the best massively multiplayer online sex games now available.
    Review: The Best Massively Multiplayer Online Sex Games (Future of Sex)
  • New Zealand’s second-largest political party wants to reverse the burden of proof in rape cases if it gets into power, making defendants prove their innocence to reduce the trauma suffered by victims.
    Accused rapists would have to prove consent in law reversal proposed by New Zealand politicians (Independent UK)
  • This is a terrific roundup of news about sex workers, and sex work. Warning for rape triggers.
    That Was the Week That Was (#430) (The Honest Courtesan)
  • One of the most highly anticipated online forums on the issue of women in the porn industry — Sssh.com’s “Women in Porn: Shattering the Myths,” broadcast on Mindbrowse.com on July 22, came to a close with more than 600 people viewing the event.
    Q&A: Angie Rowntree on the ‘Women in Porn’ Debate Aftermath (XBIZ)

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