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This Week In Sex: MySluttyTeacher.Com Is Not A Hit With The California School District

Week In Sex
Last week's sexy news. Read More »
Brain During Orgasm
This is what the female brain looks like during an orgasm. Watch »
Masturbation Myths
Stupid misconceptions men have about the way women masturbate. Read More »
Heidi Kaselin
  • California high school teacher Heidi Kaselin (pictured above) was busted for running several porn sites, one of which is called MySluttyTeacher.com. Yeah, probably not the best way to supplement your teaching salary. [LA Weekly]
  • To ride, or not to ride the crimson wave. One woman weighs in on period sex. [College Candy]
  • Twenty-seven photos of hot, scantily clad girls spouting super random facts. An oddly entertaining experience. [The Chive]
  • Arrested couple finds a way to have oral sex in the back seat of a cop car … while handcuffed. They wouldn’t be the first pair of lovers to figure it out. But still, quite an impressive feat. [Huffington Post] Keep reading »

DSK’s Wife Considering Divorce After Rape Accusations, Prostitution Scandal

DSK Accused
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Eight things to know about sexual assault accusations against DSK. Read More »
All Charges Dismissed
All criminal charges against DSK for sexual assault are dimissed. Read More »
DSK Case To Become Porn
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DSK's sex assault case will become "Dominique Sex King" porn. Read More »
Anne Sinclair and DSK photo

Finally! At long last, Dominique Strauss Kahn‘s wife has finally gotten a clue (or an STD). Anne Sinclair stood by the former International Monetary Fund chief when he was accused in May of sexually assaulting a hotel maid and reached into her deep pockets to pay his lawyer fees. (All criminal charges were dismissed; a civil case is still pending.) Sinclair even stood by DSK last month when he was accused of using a high-class French prostitution ring.

But now a politician close to the French power couple said Anne has had enough and they “are thinking about (divorce or separation), that’s for sure.” The French newspaper Le Figaro even quoted “friends” of Anne who claim she thinks his reputation is getting “pathetic.”

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Yoga Granny Twists Open Record Books

November 18, 2011

25 Percent Of American Women Take Mental Health Medications

Explaining Depression
What does it really feel like to suffer from depression? Read More »
I Have Bi-Polar Disorder
I Have Bi-Polar Disease
A personal essay from a woman who is bipolar. Read More »
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According to Medco Health Solutions Inc., more than 25 percent of women took at least one drug to treat psychiatric conditions in 2010, most prominently for depression and anxiety. The use of drugs to treat psychiatric and behavioral disorders has risen by 22 percent since 2001, and today roughly 20 percent of all Americans hold such prescriptions. In the 20-44 age bracket, the use of ADHD antipsychotic drugs and treatments has more than tripled, and the use of anti-anxiety medications such as Xanax and Valium has risen by 30 percent. The most common users of antipsychotic drugs today are women aged 45 or older. 

The statistics go on and on, though they share a common trend: a dramatic increase in consumption in all age and sex brackets. Are we becoming crazier, are diagonses becoming more succinct, or are drugs simply becoming more accessible? Keep reading »

The Comeback Kid: Gabrielle Giffords Is The Model For Staging Your Own Comeback

Giffords Recovering
She's enjoying eating pie and riding her motorcycle! Read More »
Rep. Giffords Shot
Info on the day Rep. Giffords was shot in Tucson. Read More »
Sarah Palin Lashes Out
Sarah Palin photo
Palin says she is not responsible for Giffords' shooting. Read More »

After a devastating breakup with her longtime boyfriend, Jackie plunged into a deep despair. “I was in a fog – a fog that wouldn’t lift,” said the 29-year old marketing manager.  There were times Jackie said she didn’t know if she was alive or dead, awake or asleep, coming or going. The acute pain pervaded every moment, every molecule.

That is until one day in August, when Jackie – like millions of rapt Americans – watched incredulously as Gabrielle Giffords climbed those Capitol Hill steps and telegraphed to the world without saying a single world what the congressional representative really represents: indomitable resolve. Keep reading »

It’s Time To Cry: A Baby Elephant Is Rescued From The Mud

It’s a general belief among conservationists that man should meddle with nature as little as possible. But what happens when there’s a wild animal in peril, and humans have the ability to help out? Earlier this month, guests at the Kapani Lodge Lagoon in Zambia, noticed a baby elephant and her mother struggling in the mud near the facility (think Artax drowning in the Swamp of Sadness in “The Neverending Story”). Rather than let the animals slowly suffocate in the mud, they alerted the South Luangwa Conservation Society. Conservation Society members, along with representatives from the local wildlife authorities, came together to develop a rescue plan, and both elephants were pulled to safety. Check out the dramatic photos of the rescue, and the relieved baby.

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