A recent survey from the British Medical Journal uncovered that British people are having less sex now than in recent years, with nearly a third of women and men not having had sex in the past month. The study also found that less than half of 16-44 year-olds have had sex at least once a week. The decline hit those in their mid-life the hardest, otherwise known as the “sandwich generation.” Researchers hypothesized that their lackluster sex lives were due to their meaty middles and crusty exteriors.
A British law passed that mandates all pornography sites will be required to “carry out robust age-verification checks” on British users to ensure that children are not exposed to pornography. This new law will require that porn viewers dole out incriminating, personal information about themselves to access any porn sites. However, the new law will be easy to bypass via sites that don’t require age verification checks, such as Twitter, Reddit, or Imgur, and sites from other countries, so I guess this was a huge fucking waste of time and money.
A study published in the journal Sexual Medicine discovered that women who smoked weed before sex were twice as likely to report having “satisfactory” orgasms than those who remained sober. The study participants cited some reasons for their increased pleasure included:
They felt the whole Earth, man
Their partner’s penis felt like a wizard’s staff, guiding them toward a majestic sea cave where a talking walrus told them the secret to solving climate change
Todd seemed like, way hotter for some reason
California is in the process of being the first state to overhaul its sexual education programming in public schools, offering more in-depth, sex-positive curriculum. The program will include middle school masturbation discussions that debunk any harmful myths, and puberty talks with transgender students, aiming to create an inclusive atmosphere for all gender identities. A few hundred protesters gathered in Sacramento this month in opposition to the expanded education program, angry that the school system is attempting to make their children happy and healthy when they spent all this time trying to make them miserable and diseased.
An article written by a high school student for the Bear Creek school newspaper became viral, instigated a legal battle between the newspaper and the district, and caused quite a stir across the country before it was even published. The article was a profile of a student at the school who makes sex videos. The article triggered numerous responses; some of outrage, some sent money. One woman sent $100 and asked for a sneak peak of the article, but she was also British and about to run out of porn.