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Man arrested for 'murdering man by slashing his genitals after sex' 

 

Police arrested a man suspected of murdering a drunk man by cutting his genitals after having sex.

K Muniyasamy, 35, is suspected of two crimes in the Indian city of Chennai. They are a murder on 25 May and attempted murder of another drunk man on 1 June. Police apprehended him on Wednesday (12 June).

The accused allegedly engaged in sex with men under a flyover in Retteri, north Chennai.

The first victim died of his injuries in hospital. However, before he died he told police he was not sure if someone else did it or he injured himself. According to police, he reported being drunk and depressed.

According to the Times of India, police received a tip from Muniyasamy’s employer after CCTV footage of a man appeared on TV channels.

Gay Star News

London: Teen girl and man arrested after gay man is raped and killed

OUT NEWS Woman found anti-LGBTQ sticker on her car. Police reached out to help.

Police Arrest MAGA Biker for Trashing Rainbow Crosswalks with Burnouts in Albuquerque

‘The Notebook’ author Nicholas Sparks tried to ban LGBTQ club at school he co-founded, lawsuit claims

Tags: App, Arson, Attack, Court, Education, Gay, Hate, Hostility, Mauled, Murder, Police, Rape, Sex, Theft, Threat, Vandalism, Violence, World, Writing

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14-Jun-2019


When a Binding Contract With God Means Staying Silent on Sexual Abuse 

 

God had a busy Tuesday this week.

In Alabama, leaders of the Southern Baptist Convention, the largest Protestant denomination in the country, gathered for their annual meeting, with sex abuse squarely atop the agenda. Meanwhile, 900 miles to the north, in Baltimore, US Catholic bishops met to discuss next steps in addressing the same problem, which has become a festering institutional crisis across the globe. But whereas sexual violence in the Catholic Church has been on the national radar for decades, similar crimes in the evangelical community didn't hit the mainstream until the past year or two, exploding in February with a six-part investigative series by the Houston Chronicle and San Antonio Express-News that documented 400 Southern Baptist leaders and volunteers accused of misconduct. Following the articles' release, the Southern Baptist Convention put out the "Caring Well" report, an acknowledgement of past lapses that offered some guidance on how to deal with abuse allegations. It was presented at the Tuesday meeting as well, where congregants voted on amendments aimed at curbing sexual abuse and racism.

The Southern Baptists met again Wednesday, praying at length after being inundated with horrific stories of criminal sexual abuse. But among the items some members of the faith hoped they might address was something you wouldn't expect to find in either Testament: the use of binding arbitration to settle disagreements between churches and their parishioners.

Vice

Tennessee Cop Turned Pastor Urges Execution of Gays

Holy Cross order releases list of accused abusive priests

Tags: Abuse, Awareness, Child Abuse, Church, Education, Employment, Environment, Hate, Homophobia, Hostility, Inciting Violence, Lifestyle, Parental Burden, Police, Privilege, Religion, Safety, Sex, Speech, Violence, Youth

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14-Jun-2019


Southern Baptists combat sex abuse as critics rally 

 

Confronting an unprecedented sex-abuse crisis, delegates at the Southern Baptist Convention's national meeting voted Tuesday to make it easier to expel churches that mishandle abuse cases.

The Rev. J.D. Greear, president of the nation's largest Protestant denomination, said the SBC faced a "defining moment" that would shape the church for generations to come.

"This is not a distraction from the mission," Greear said of the fight against sex abuse. "Protecting God's children is the mission of the church."

Chron

The Latest: UCLA did not report sexual assault post on Yelp

Poland: Statue of priest accused of abuse removed

Tags: Abuse, Children, Employment, Environment, Exclusivity, Injury, Medical, Religion, Representation, Sex, Violence, Woman's Rights, Youth

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13-Jun-2019


23% of young black women in the US now identify as bisexual 

 

According to the latest General Social Survey, 23% of black women between 18 and 34 in the US now identify as bisexual.

The scientists who conducted the study said the figure in the recent survey was three times higher than previously.

The survey, which is carried out every couple years, asks respondents about everything from race relations to drug use.

In 2008, the survey started including a question on sexual identity, according to African American news site, The Grio.

‘As sociologists who study sexuality, we’ve noticed how more and more women are reporting that they’re bisexual’, The Grio reported the scientists as saying.

Gay Star News

Tags: Bi, Celebration, Discovery, Environment, Freedom, Invasion, Preservation, Psychology, Representation, Sex, Study, Woman's Rights

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13-Jun-2019


When my ex fell in love again, I stalked his new relationship online for a year 

 

I remember feeling weightless leaving the apartment of my ex, knowing it would be the last time.

I remember texting a friend asking if I could come over to talk. Calling my dad to wish him a belated happy birthday, and being so in shock about the breakup that I pretended I was OK.

After almost two years of fighting for the love of my life, I couldn’t fathom him being gone.

I blocked my ex at first, along with most of his friends and family. I even mustered the strength to throw out our mementos. Delete texts, pictures. But a couple weeks later, he popped up in his roommate’s Snapchat story.

It was Ricardo’s birthday party (fake name), a friend who my ex’s roommate introduced us to at Pride the month before. My ex, Ricardo, and I had hung out as a group and had a great time. But this Snapchat of them leaning their heads together with carefree smiles caught me off-guard. I reassured myself it was nothing, just friends taking a drunken picture.

Gay Star News

Bisexual actor Tyler Blackburn reveals he's dating an 'amazing' guy

Tags: Bi, Celebration, Celebrity, Dating, Divorce, Gay, Portrait, Privacy, Relationships, Sex, Social Media, Treatment

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12-Jun-2019


Alabama governor signs chemical castration bill into law 

 

Republican Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey on Monday signed a bill into law that requires someone convicted of a sex offense against a child under the age of 13 to begin chemical castration a month before being released from custody.

The law requires individuals convicted of such an offense to continue treatments until a court deems the treatment is no longer necessary. It says offenders must pay for the treatment, and they can't be denied parole solely based on an inability to pay.

"This bill is a step toward protecting children in Alabama," Ivey said.
Both houses of the Alabama Legislature approved the legislation late last month, after it was put forward by state GOP Rep. Steve Hurst.

Chemical castration involves administering medication -- via tablets or injection -- to take away sexual interest and make it impossible for a person to perform sexual acts. If the person stops taking the drug the effects can be reversed.

CNN

Ariz. Teacher Who Texted 6th-Grade Boy 'I Want You Every Day' Pleads Guilty to Molesting Him

After a night of terror, she was told to keep her rape secret. ‘It was a ’70s thing’

La. Cop Allegedly Forced Woman to Sexually Abuse Her 1-Year-Old Son

Her Evangelical Megachurch Was Her World. Then Her Daughter Said She Was Molested by a Minister.

Tags: Children, Clergy, Crime, Education, Employment, Journalism, Laws, Parental Burden, Police, Protection, Punishment, Safety, Sex, Termination, Violence, Woman's Rights, Writing, Youth

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11-Jun-2019


HIV criminalization is happening in 72 countries 

 

HIV criminalization continues: a global review has found that HIV-related arrests, investigations, prosecutions and convictions have ever occurred in at least 72 countries, with recent cases occurring in 49 countries, including 14 in which the law appeared to be applied for the first time.

The HIV Justice Network’s review concerns cases in which either the criminal or similar law is applied to people living with HIV based on HIV-positive status. Either via HIV-specific criminal statutes (29 countries), general criminal or similar laws (37 countries), or both (6 countries). Such laws typically criminalize non-disclosure of HIV status to a sexual partner, potential or perceived exposure to HIV, or transmission of HIV.

HIV criminalization ‘is a pervasive illustration of how state-sponsored stigma and discrimination works against a marginalized group of people with immutable characteristics,’ says HIV Justice Network.

Gay Star News

Tags: All Rights, Choices, Discrimination, Disease, Drugs, Environment, Exclusivity, Health, Politics, Privilege, Safety, Sex, Sex Identity, Theft, World

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11-Jun-2019


What Your Penis is Telling You Right Now! 

 

You can tell a lot by taking a close look at your penis. Sometimes you look at it and everything seems perfectly normal. Other times it can feel fraught with danger, covered in lumps, spots, nodules, and protuberances that all look like evidence of your certain doom. We’re here to help you separate the facts from the panic attacks.

Men's Health

Tags: Anatomy, Disease, Health, Instructional, Medical, Men, Sex

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07-Jun-2019


The Unwritten Sex Rule My Husband and I Have: Once a Week Is Good 

 

Sex once a week — this is the unwritten and unsaid rule my husband and I have stood by pretty much since the "I've gotta have you right now" phase fizzled. And let's be honest, that fire often dwindles after those first few years of newlywed bliss and comes dangerously close to being put out altogether when you have kids. But as long as you make an effort, a flame will always be there — sometimes small, sometimes big. For my husband and I, that effort happens once a week. And after talking with many of my friends about this unwritten sex rule, it turns out we're not alone.

Popsugar

Tags: Children, Choices, Dedication, Environment, Family, Intimacy, Lifestyle, Marriage, Portrait, Relationships, Sex

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07-Jun-2019


How to Pleasure Yourself: A Sensual Guide for Beducated Women 

 

If there were a song that could express how the blissful essence of a women’s self-pleasuring should feel like, it would be the 2002 R&B song “Oops (Oh My)” by Tweet.

It’s a song that celebrates a woman completely captivated by her own beauty and by her turn-on. It sings about a woman relishing in the reflection of herself, the beautiful smoothness of her skin and savoring every bit of herself and her essence.

Self-pleasuring can and should be a profound act of self-worship.

It should be an act of deep self-love, self-nurturing and self-appreciation of the body, heart, mind and spirit. It should be a celebration of a woman’s sexual power and integrity. Not to mention something that is fun and brings so many benefits for a woman.

So let’s dive into the wondrous world of female self-pleasure!

Beducated

Tags: All Rights, Dedication, Environment, Instructional, Masturbation, Sex, Woman's Rights

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07-Jun-2019


Have We Met Before? reflects on how looking for gay sex has changed 

 

Danger. Danger and excitement have been two factors I’ve most noticed the mention of, in terms of how looking for and having gay sex has changed across the last 50 years.

Several straight friends on viewing the film came away sympathetic and concerned for this dangerous lived experience. The fear of being caught, of being arrested or losing your job back in the day.

How uncertain a connection with a new person can be right up until the moment of reveal. Are they going to beat me up or make out with me?

Gay Star News

Tags: App, Dating, Education, Film, Gay, Lifestyle, Relationships, Representation, Romance, Sex

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06-Jun-2019


State lawmakers voted to force ‘chemical castration’ on sex offenders. Medical experts urge caution. 

 

A bill in Alabama awaiting the governor’s signature would require people convicted of certain sex offenses to undergo “chemical castration” as a condition of parole — a requirement meant to keep perpetrators from committing similar crimes.

The proposed law, passed by the state legislature, says a judge must order anyone convicted of a sex offense involving a child under the age of 13 to start receiving testosterone-inhibiting medication a month before their release from prison. Most offenders would have to pay for their treatment, which would be administered by the Department of Public Health, until a judge decides the medication is no longer necessary.

Washington Post

Phil Murphy’s office botched staffer’s sex assault claim: panel

A 12-year-old girl who was raped and impregnated in Guam can't have an abortion because there are no providers in the US territory

14-Year-Old Victim Helps Police Bust Human Trafficking Operation

Tags: Abortion, Abuse, All Rights, Arrest, Business, Chemical Castration, Children, Employment, Environment, Human Trafficking, Laws, Mental Health, Neglect, Policy, Politics, Pregnancy, Protection, Punishment, Safety, Sentence, Sex, Sexism, Treatment, Violence, Woman's Rights, World

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06-Jun-2019


1 Million People A Day Contract An STI, According To World Health Organization 

 

A staggering new figure from the World Health Organization reveals that more than 1 million people contract curable sexually transmitted infections globally every single day.

The report, published Thursday, gathered data on the four STIs that make up 376 million new cases annually: chlamydia, gonorrhea, trichomoniasis and syphilis. Trichomoniasis, which is a parasitic infection contracted during sexual intercourse, is the most common STI, making up 156 million cases among men and women ages 15 to 49 in 2016 (the year with the most recent available data).

Each of the infections is treatable and curable. However, a lack of education surrounding STIs ? as well as the fact that in many cases a person does not experience symptoms when they contract one of them ? is troublesome. According to WHO, a global shortage of penicillin and a drug-resistant strain of gonorrhea pose a threat as well.

Huffpost

Tags: Contagion, Disease, Environment, Health, Lifestyle, Medicine, Safety, Sex, Study, Treatment, World

Filed under: Health/Food

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06-Jun-2019


Catholic priest blasted for asking 'ladies' to dress modestly to 'protect the purity of the men at holy Mass' 

 

A Catholic priest was blasted on Twitter for asking "ladies" to dress modestly to "protect the purity of men at holy Mass." And while Father Kevin M. Cusick later tweeted that he isn't backing down from his request, it appears his Twitter account has since been deleted.

What Happened?

Cusick — who's from the Washington, D.C., area — on Monday posted the following tweet: "Ladies, a priest I know was forced on Sunday to ask a woman at Mass to cover her shoulders. Please help the priest to protect the purity of the men at holy Mass by choosing to dress modestly. The alternative is awkward for all involved. Thank you."

The Blaze

Woman accuses top US cardinal of dismissing sex abuse case

Man accused of dropping 13-year-old girl at hospital before her death gets added charge of rape

Patrolling Officers Catch Woman Having Sex With 13-Year-Old Boy In Parked Car

Tags: Abuse, All Rights, Backlash, Death, Drugs, Humiliation, Hypocrisy, Judgement, Leaders, Not Helping, Rape, Religion, Sex, Sexism, Sexual Harassment, Speech, Treatment, Woman's Rights, Youth

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05-Jun-2019


Sexually transmitted superbug warning as infections soar 26% in a year 

 

Gonorrhoea diagnoses in England have risen to their highest level for 40 years and jumped 26 per cent since 2017, sparking warnings from health chiefs about the threat from drug resistant strains.

Public Health England figures show there were 447,694 sexually transmitted infections diagnosed in 2018, a rise of 5 per cent in a year.

The biggest increase was in gonorrhoea where there were 56,259 cases diagnosed, 14,000 more than in 2017.

Independent

Tags: Awareness, Disease, Health, Safety, Sex, Study, Treatment, Warning, World

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05-Jun-2019




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