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July 17th, 2008

Sex News Roundup

Sex News Roundup

This sex roundup has some updates.

First up from the Chicago Sun Times:
Judge throws out law making bookstores pay fine to sell porn
“A federal judge threw out a new Indiana law requiring bookstores and other retailers to register with the state and pay a $250 fee if they want to sell sexually explicit material.

U.S. District Judge Sarah Evans Barker, ruling Tuesday on the day the law took effect, found it too broad and said it could be applied against ‘’unquestionably lawful, nonobscene, nonpornographic materials being sold to adults.'’”

Via Violet Blue:
Crime and punishment
“Max Mosley is suing the News of the World for saying he took part in a Nazi-themed orgy.


He says that it was a private party with consenting women and this week launched a case against the News of the World, saying that its stories were not, as it claims, in the public interest and had violated his privacy. “I’ve been doing [S&M] for 45 years and … if it hadn’t been for bribery and illegal acts, this wouldn’t have come out,” said Mosley, who added that he had kept his activity from his wife.”

Right on to Mosley! His fetish may be taboo but he still has to the right to have it. And 45 years in the scene-wow.

From the BBC:
SA prostitution plans condemned

“Plans to legalise prostitution for the 2010 football World Cup in South Africa have been criticised by religious groups and opposition parties.

The local authority in Durban wants legalised adult entertainment venues during the tournament.

But African Nazareth Democratic Movement (ANDM) president Thokozani Hlatshwayo said the proposal was “against the word of God”.


Opposition parties fear that, if introduced, it could become permanent.”

From The Sun:
S&M Barbie lashed by public
“Barbie’s new S&M look has whipped up a storm – with protesters dubbing it “filth”.

The doll’s image is transformed with kinky fishnets, motorcycle jacket, black gloves and boots.

Makers Mattel say Black Canary Barbie, out in September, is based on a DC comic superhero of the same name.”

As Vanilla Edge rightly points out this is not the kinkiest Barbie. He blogs about Catwoman Barbie and Caberet Barbie. But I was reminded of the truly kinkiest Barbies I’ve ever seen-Fetish Dollies . Artist Nancy Farmer may not have updated her site in awhile but her archives are worth checking out.

Posted by Vixen as News at 12:51 PM CDT