This is not even new – taking pictures while having sex – but the Chinese media is having a field day with Edison Chen sex scandal with several famous celebrities. Paris Hilton, Pamela Anderson and countless public figures had experienced this before and they didn’t try to commit suicide or quit the entertainment business. But… Continue reading Sex pictures in computer
A few midnights ago, I heard some weird noise of something heavier than the stray cats that like to find holes for their kittens on my house’s rooftop. It sounded like someone was walking from the front to the back, then some sawing/cutting sound on cords. I immediately grabbed brother’s walking stick and switched on… Continue reading Steps on rooftop
Got an email with video on European sharking. Last year was Japanese sharking. Sharking refers to a form of malicious and illegal act in which the perpetrator sneaks up on a victim, usually female, in a public area and forcefully exposes the victim’s intimate parts to be seen by the public before running away. While… Continue reading Sharking
I was in the car with my friend and suddenly a police came over and gestured us to stop at the road side. “Tadi lepas lampu merah. Saya hijau. Macam mana awak boleh jalan?” The Malay policeman said. “Ya ka? Tadi saya nampak saya punya kuning saja. Kami urgent, jadi saya jalan,” my friend answered.… Continue reading Saya Anti-Rasuah
Saw this post in Feministe – don’t skip this because it’s a blog about the political, economic, and social equality of the sexes*! Sudanese women to be stoned for adultery Posted by Jill @ 5:49 pm Two Sudanese women have been sentenced to death via stoning in Northern Sudan, where sharia law is fully out… Continue reading Sudanese women to be stoned for adultery
Paragraphs in blockquotes are taken from – NST Comment: Looking at polygyny and polyandry In 2003, Perlis relaxed its polygamy conditions for Muslims since “many Malaysian men marry for the second time in Thailand and do not register their marriages in Malaysia. Because of this, children born out of these marriages are not registered citizens… Continue reading ‘Polygamy’ in a twisted sense – polygyny and polyandry
Why is it so much easier to change a wife’s name to follow her husband but not the other way around? Simple. The old laws were made by men, for men’s conveniences. In California, a man who wants to take his wife’s name must file a petition, pay more than $300, place a public notice… Continue reading What’s in a name?