Beastiality hacked and dark times for sex cult leaders: This is sexy news

Beastiality hacked and dark times for sex cult leaders: This is sexy news

SexMarch 29, 2018 By Lindsey Kline

Want sexual enlightenment, but only have time for a quickie? Every week, we recap the most interesting sex headlines from around the world.

1. Keith Raniere, leader of sex slave cult NXIVM, was charged with sex-trafficking in New York. Raniere turned female followers into brainwashed "slaves" who were branded with his initials and coerced into having sex.

2. Hack of a beastiality web site has exposed the identities of thousands of users who engage in the illegal sex practice.

3. Porn star Stormy Daniels has filed a court motion for President Donald Trump to testify on her sex claims. Daniels and her lawyer, Michael Avenatti, want sworn testimony from Trump about his extramarital affair and “hush” agreement.

4. A police investigation sought to uncover how Michigan State University had failed to prevent US Olympic gymnast doctor Larry Nassar from assaulting hundreds of young women over decades. Instead, the investigation found a university dean who not only facilitated Dr. Nassar’s abuse, but also committed sexual misconduct himself.

5. Fraternities at Yale University ask for sexual assault workshops. The University does not mandate training on sexual assault — the requests came following allegations of sexual misconduct against several fraternity members.

6. The most in-depth research to date sought to find out if the G-spot actually exists. They found no evidence of the G-spot as a distinct part of the female anatomy.

7. Amazon is burying sexy books by stripping erotica books of their best-seller rankings. This essentially hides them from casual browsing on the site, and separates them from more mainstream, safe-for-work titles.

8. Rhode Island abandons proposed law to block porn, which would charge users a $20 fee per device to access sexually explicit content.

9. Grindr, the world’s largest gay dating app, will begin offering H.I.V. test reminders to its 3.3 million daily users, once every three to six months, for users who opt into the service.

10. Anti-sex trafficking bill SESTA prompts the shutdown of Craigslist’s personals section and Reddit communities like Escorts, Male Escorts, SugarDaddys and Hookers. Losing the platforms will undoubtedly force sex workers into life-threatening working conditions.