WALES: Sexual activity-detecting toilets to spray users with water jets

A Welsh seaside town aims to put people off having sex in its new public toilets by including features to disturb those in the act. 

Porthcawl’s anti-sex toilets would spray occupants with water and sound an alarm.

Ex-NXIVM Member Claims Allison Mack Instructed Her To Make Up Incest Abuse Story As Blackmail Material

On the stand, she said her father did not actually abuse her.

“I couldn’t write anything,” she said. “Like, my family is amazing. I love my family.”

However, she said she wrote up the false allegations against her father anyway. She also claimed that Mack instructed her to make a sex tape, which she said she provided.

Why Bible belt states are the biggest consumers of online adult content

Red State conservatives may insist that the rest of us should keep aspirin between our knees and be forced to bear Divine Justice Babies when we don’t. They may refuse to provide cake or flowers for gay weddings, or even to attend. They may pretend that teens won’t do it if we just don’t tell them how. They may adopt the Church Lady posture if anyone mentions sex that doesn’t involve one man, one woman, the missionary position and a pulsing desire for more offspring . . . . But online search traffic from behind closed doors in Jesusland suggests that the bad, nasty sexual impulses that righteous believers are trying so hard to shut down may be their own. And if Google search patterns mean anything, they’re not succeeding too well.

Secrets and crimes: gay South Korean soldiers trapped in legal bind

Productive and driven, he was a model army officer, but he had a secret: he was in a gay sexual relationship with a fellow soldier — a crime under South Korea’s military law.

He kept his sexuality hidden from everyone, including friends and family, only meeting his lover off-base and after work.

Inter-caste and Inter-faith Couples On the Run in India

Most Indian families still prefer marriages arranged within their religion and caste. Marriages outside these rigid boundaries have often led to violent consequences, including “honour” killings. But some young Indians are still willing to defy their families and communities for love, reports the BBC’s Divya Arya.