Sex in the News

Ke$ha – the new Betty Friedan, America's war on men, new love's short shelf life, Ireland getting sued over the country's stance on abortion, and more in this week's sex in the news.

  • Why Ke$ha's memoir is 2012's answer to The Feminine Mystique. (TheAtlantic)
  • Fox posts this piece on how there's this war on men and it's all women's fault. (FoxNews)
  • CNN replies with a stop the insanity post. (CNN)
  • New love lasts…on average two years. (NYTimes)
  • The widower of the woman denied an abortion sues Ireland (both mother and fetus died fyi). (TimesofIndia)
  • Sex sells, but keeping it in the family, that's just weird. (AdWeek)
  • Why Elmo doesn't make me happy any longer (USAToday)
  • Who knew? Alec Baldwin has a stalker. (DailyMail)
  • Having sex with an animal in Germany could be punishable with a fine of up to $32,400. Now you know. (OneGreenPlanet)
  • After a blip, a free buzz is offered in Boston. Thanks Trojan. (Boston)