Entries in Sex (7)


Chinese Company Issues Warning About Sex on Cable Cars

Comstock/Thinkstock(LONDON) -- Operators of a gondola ride in China's Henan Province have posted warning signs to discourage an apparent trend: occupants having sex on the company's suspended cable cars.

According to China Daily, local officials called for the postings, which read, "Be cautious, it is risky to conduct intimate behavior aloft."

The company says the signs are geared towards all riders, but, "especially those born after 1990s."

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German Woman Holds Man as Sex Hostage...Again

iStockphoto/Thinkstock(LONDON) -- A German woman who made headlines last month when a man had to call the cops to help him escape her insatiable clutches has apparently struck again.

The Sun reports that the apparent nymphomaniac was on a bus returning from a sex addiction clinic in Munich when she met a man and invited him back to her place. Three days later, the man escaped -- after waiting for the woman to fall asleep, just as her previous "victim" had done -- and the 31-year-old man was found by police weeping on the street.

"It was hell," he told cops. "I can't walk. Please help me."

The woman was taken to a psychiatric hospital for evaluation. Unlike last time, however, she apparently didn't proposition the cops who came to address the situation.

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Sex University Promises ‘Hands On’ Education

Sex University Promises ‘Hands On’ Education(VIENNA) -- A former erotic television show host and artist has opened a sex university in Austria that promises to give students a “hands-on education."

Five teachers from varying backgrounds and 70 students will saddle up at the Austrian International School of Sex’s campus in January for classes such as “Sexual Techniques” and “Advanced Intercourse."

“You have trained your mind, your muscles, your fitness, but how much have you spent developing your skills at what really matters … love?” the school’s website asks.

Melodi Kirsch, a spokesperson for the school, told ABC News it was having trouble taming the insatiable demand of prospective students and teachers and even had to turn some away.

“We get emails from 50 people a day who want to teach sex,” said Kirsch, who refused to disclose the school’s location so as not to attract media attention. “They just want to share their knowledge and share the love and not be Uncle Scrooge.”

While there is a significant age gap between the students, who Kirsch said skewed on one end of the spectrum or the other, she did say the majority of pupils are male.

“Maybe young guys feel insecure,” she said.

An annex-style dormitory that can house 20 students will provide plenty of opportunities for students to practice what they’ve learned.

And yes, Kirsch said there will be homework.

“We need bodies to experience the feelings that come from love and sex,” she said.

The school said it plans to expand in the future to accommodate the public’s desire.

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French Woman Sues Ex-Husband for Lack of Sex

Stockbyte/Thinkstock(AIX-EN-PROVENCE, France) -- A 51-year-old Frenchman is going to pay up for not putting out.

His now ex-wife has successfully sued him over a "lack of sex over 21 years of marriage," according to the U.K. Daily Telegraph.  The man has been ordered to pay the equivalent of nearly $10,000 in damages.

A judge in Aix-en-Provence supported the wife's citing of article 215 of France's Civil Code, which states married couples must live a "shared communal life."  The code states that "sexual relations must form part of marriage."

The woman, 47, had been granted a divorce two years ago, but sought damages in a separate legal action.

Her ex-husband blamed their lack of sex on "tiredness and health problems."

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Dubai Woman Wants $12M from Husband Who Denied Her Sex

Comstock/Thinkstock(DUBAI, United Arab Emirates) -- An unidentified woman in the United Arab Emirates is suing her husband for the equivalent of $12 million because he withheld sex from her.

According to the Gulf News, the Dubai woman claimed in court her husband's rebuffing -- later found to have been caused in part by erectile dysfunction -- caused her mental anguish.

The woman eventually divorced her husband, who has reportedly been married more than 12 times, claiming he also made her resign from her job and "stripped her"

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Italian Prime Minister Ordered to Stand Trial for Sex Allegations

Photo Courtesy - Governo [dot] it(MILAN) -- Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi was ordered by a judge Tuesday to stand trial in connection to accusations he paid for sex with a minor and then used his office to cover it up.

Judge Cristina Di Censo handed down the the indictment and set a trial date for April 6 in Milan.

Prosecuters allege the 74-year-old prime minister paid for sex with a then 17-year-old Moroccan girl known as "Ruby" and that he used the power of his office to try to cover it up.  Both Berlusconi and the girl deny they had sex.

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Israeli Rabbi Blesses Illicit Sex for Female Spies

Photo Courtesy - ABC News(JERUSALEM) -- An Israeli rabbi has blessed the use of female spies in "honeytrap" or "honeypot" stings against terrorists, according to a study called "Illicit Sex for the Sake of National Security."

The ruling by Rabbi Ari Schvat, contained in a study published by the Zomet Institute, was first reported by the news agency DPA and published by

Israeli officials confirmed the rabbinical ruling and the gist of the study for ABC News.

The Zomet Institute studies the intersection of religion and modernity. It examined whether it was acceptable for female agents of Israel's foreign secret service, Mossad, to have sex with the enemy in so-called "honeypot" or "honeytrap" sting missions.

Israeli intelligence has made repeated use of honeytraps. In 1966, a female Israeli spy convinced an Iraqi pilot to defect to Israel with his MIG. Twenty years later, a female Mossad agent lured Mordechai Vanunu, a nuclear technician who had revealed details of Israel's nuclear program, from England to Italy, where he was abducted and brought back to Israel.

But according to, Rabbi Schvat wrote that honeypot missions are "not just a thing of modern-day espionage."

In fact, honeypot missions are rooted in Biblical lore, according to the report. "Queen Esther, who was Jewish, slept with the Persian king [Ahasuerus] around 500 BC to save her people," Schvat noted.

And, the report noted, Yael, wife of Hever, slept with the enemy chief of staff Sisra to tire him and cut off his head.

However there is a catch for married honeypots. "If it is necessary to use a married woman, it would be best [for] her husband to divorce her....After the [sex] act, he would be entitled to bring her back," Schvat wrote.

"Naturally, a job of that sort could be given to a woman who in any event is licentious in her ways."

Rules for male Mossad agents were not mentioned in the writings.

Schvat's study was praised by Zomet's director, Rabbi Yisrael Rosen, according to Haaretz, though Rosen conceded "women employees of the Mossad are probably not going to come consult with a rabbi" before their missions.

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