France has its citizens backs when it comes to contraception and abortion, smartphones and dating apps, Jada Pinkett Smith on being open, and more in this week's update. 

  • Viva la France! The land where abortion and contraception roam free. (Policymic)
  • Can smartphones hook you up with love? (CNBC)
  • David Brooks on why sex marriage is bad for freedom. (NYT)
  • And Rolling Stone does a good job of translating the crazy that Brooks spouts. (RollingStone)
  • Best title in a while: Cross dressing Catholic priest and adult store owner* to plead guilty to meth dealing ring. (IrishCentral) *yes, he's the same guy
  • People who have sex (for a living) talk about the perfect condom for doing it. (VICE)
  • A lot more than you may ever need (or want) to know on Measure B and condoms in porn. (neontommy)
  • The Origami. Could this be the future of condoms? (Ladyish)
  • The average human vagina: Conical, parallel sides, heart, slug, and pumpkin seed. (Doublexscience)
  • Jada Pinkett Smith on being your own wo/man. (HuffPo)
  • What open relationships can teach us about fidelity. (howaboutwe)
  • The sexy honesty that is Lady Cheeky. (TheRumpus)