New tech can replace birth control and brainwash your wife: This is Naked News Now
Want sexual enlightenment, but only have time for a quickie? Every week, we recap the most interesting sex headlines from around the world.
1. New service promises to manipulate your wife into having sex with you. An online service called The Spinner enables you to control articles presented to any particular person, in order to influence them on a subconscious level. For only $29, husbands are sent an innocuous link that they, in turn, send to their “target.” Once she clicks on this link, a small piece of code is dropped and then through browser cookies, she will be fed content chosen for her with the express motive of encouraging her to initiate sex. The content presented appears as natural looking links which lead her to existing articles on the web. The articles are real, and specifically crafted to encourage women to have more sex. Let the brainwashing begin!
2. For the first time ever, the FDA has approved an app as an effective form of birth control. The app, called Natural Cycles, uses a specially-developed algorithm and a woman’s body temperature to determine which days she’s most fertile. FDA studies of the app’s effectiveness found the app was even better at preventing pregnancy than birth control pills.
3. #SaggyBoobsMatter is the latest body-positive social media movement to celebrate gravity’s influence on big, natural boobies. The crusade was launched by social media influencer Chidera Eggerue, who says #SaggyBoobsMatter helps women embrace their own self-worth by embracing their droopy boobies. Swing low, sweet chariots.
4. The Love Ranch, the infamous brothel near Las Vegas, has been shut down. The owner of the brothel, Dennis Hof, failed to keep his Nevada brothels afloat while also campaigning for political office. When Hof failed to apply for renewal and pay fees on time, county lawmakers permanently yanked his brothel license. As a result, sex workers and friends of Rooster Magazine have been put out of a job.
5. Catholic priests sexually abused at least 1,000 children in Pennsylvania, finds a new grand jury report. The report said there are likely thousands more victims whose records were lost or who were too afraid to come forward. Leaders of the Roman Catholic Church covered up the sexual abuse by more than 300 priests over a period of 70 years, persuading victims not to report the abuse and law enforcement not to investigate it.
6. An executive for Backpage.com, formerly the world’s largest online brothel, has plead guilty to conspiring to facilitate prostitution. Backpage.com was shut down last year, after years of fighting accusations from members of Congress that it facilitated child sex trafficking. Dan Hyer, 49, was the sales and marketing director for Backpage. He now faces up to five years in prison and a maximum fine of $250,000.
7. Women aren’t working any more than they were in the 1990s, and new research points to a possible reason why: most women plan to, but are increasingly caught off guard by the time and effort it takes to raise children. The analysis suggests that motherhood has become more demanding, with parents now spending more time and money on child care. They feel more pressure to breast-feed, to do enriching activities with their children and to provide close supervision. College-educated women’s plans are affected most. They invest in an education and expect to maintain a career, but underestimate the demands of parenthood and the difficulties of combining working and parenting.
8. Men sometimes suffer from inexplicable sadness after sex, a phenomenon called post-coital dysphoria (PCD). A new study of over 1,200 men finds that around 40 percent of men had experienced PCD in their lifetime, 20 percent experienced it in the last four weeks, and 4 percent experienced it on a regular basis. This post-bone depression can include symptoms of anxiety, tearfulness, sadness or irritability, and can happen even after fantastic, consensual sex.
9. Actress Asia Argento, a leading figure in the #MeToo movement and one of the first women to publicly accuse Harvey Weinstein of sexual assault, paid $380,000 to silence her own accuser. Jimmy Bennett is a young actor and rock musician who said Argento sexually assaulted him in a California hotel room when he was only 17-years-old. She was 37. The age of consent in California is 18.