Sex News: Breaking Bad XXX, PinSex, Sex Ed Justice, Boy Scout Pedos

by Violet Blue on September 19, 2012

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  • A recent study of men with premature ejaculation was published in the Archives of Sexual Behavior (PE is fairly common, experienced by about 20 to 30 percent of men at any given time). So, how often are men and their partners on the same page when it comes to how PE fits into their overall sex life?
    “No, honey, it really is OK” (Salon)
  • This looks awesome: the Sex Education Justice Campaign (Oakland Unified School District) has just published the results of surveying over 500 students about what they want to see in their sex ed programs.
    Forward Together (forwardtogether.org)

  • KUALA LUMPUR: A massage parlour and a car wash outlet has given new meaning to the phrase “customer loyalty”. They have come up with a creative way to entice more customers to engage their services by offering free sex after nine car washes.
    Free sex with cleaner rides (Yahoo! News Malaysia)
  • This is huge, like the Penn State scandal and tragedy: When volunteers and employees were suspected of sexually abusing children, Boy Scout officials often didn’t tell police, files from 1970-91 reveal. In many cases they sought to hide the situation.
    Boy Scouts helped child molesters cover their tracks, files show (LA Times)
  • On a porn business news site considered a cornerstone of the industry, it’s interesting to see them inform readers that The International Foundation for Online Responsibility (IFFOR) has published a Green Paper that identifies “six pragmatic ways for companies to limit the impact of piracy on their business.”
    IFFOR Issues Green Paper With ‘Pragmatic Policies to Reduce Piracy’ (XBIZ)

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