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    Condom Company Offers One-Hour Home-Delivery Service in Manhattan

    In New York City, you can get just about anything delivered, from Thai food to mattresses.

    Now, for the lover in a hurry in the city that never sleeps, a bike messenger will bring safe sex to your door.

    L. Condoms, a company specializing in prophylactics made from natural latex with no chemicals added, just launched a one-hour condom delivery service in Manhattan. It already offers such a service in Los Angeles and San Francisco.

    For $8 in New York, (it is $5 in L.A. and San Francisco) the products will be delivered in an unlabeled black box. The service is available through the website –

    But there is more to it than just convenience. The company was founded by Talia Frenkel, a photojournalist whose coverage of the effects of HIV/AIDS on women and girls inspired her to create a higher quality premium condom. Now for each one purchased, one will be donated to a developing country — particularly those in need of HIV/AIDS prevention tactics and education.

    -NBC News staff
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    The Swiss government says it is against outlawing prostitution or the buying of sexual services, but has proposed measures to better protect sex workers and to fight against human trafficking.
    A 140-page report by the Federal Office of Police was ordered by the cabinet after the prostitution issue and what to do about it was raised several times in parliament.
    Prostitution has been legal and regulated in Switzerland since 1942. However, street prostitution is illegal, except in specially designated areas in major cities.
    Experience from abroad shows that a ban on prostitution is not the solution, the government said. Studies from other countries have shown that this usually leads to the criminalisation of prostitutes or prostitution going underground. Complementary measures usually produce more success, a statement said on Friday.
    For example, the ban on clients buying sexual services in Sweden showed that “a country follows an approach based on its idea of people and society which could not be used in Switzerland without being adapted”. The situation in Sweden and the United States, both of which have partially banned prostitution, remains difficult, the report noted.
    It is also difficult to fully estimate the extent of prostitution and human trafficking with the intent to sexually exploit victims in Switzerland because there are no reliable figures, the authors said. This situation should be improved, the report found.
    Other goals include allowing prostitutes better access to health services and more legal measures to protect sex workers. These measures should have the effect of reducing or at least not encouraging prostitution. Also mooted is clamping down on abuse within the industry as well as in people trafficking.
    Cantons’ role
    Cantons would be responsible for carrying out these goals, the report noted. They can draw up measures against violence or issue instructions about health checks.
    In 2001 Italian-speaking Ticino became the first canton to draw up a law on prostitution, outlawing the exercising of this profession in areas that compromise public order.
    Zurich city has introduced sex boxes for street prostitutes, which it claims have improved working conditions for those concerned.
    “The report should serve parliament as a basis to decide on the need for action and how to put into place suitable measures,” the statement said.
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    Franklin Graham’s anti-gay gambit goes horribly awry
    06/10/15 08:40 AM
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    By Steve Benen
    Evangelical pastor Franklin Graham announced yesterday that he intends to “fight the tide of moral decay that is being crammed down our throats by big business, the media, and the gay & lesbian community.” And as part of the effort, Graham is starting with his … bank.

    MSNBC’s Jane C. Timm reported yesterday on Graham’s new financial boycott.
    Rev. Franklin Graham is calling for a boycott of gay-friendly businesses, beginning by pulling his ministry’s accounts from Wells Fargo after the bank ran an ad featuring a gay couple.

    Graham, son of the famed evangelical pastor Billy Graham, runs the church his father started, the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association, which had net assets of $295 million in 2014, according to the most recent data available on the ministry’s website.
    Apparently, what set Graham off was this lovely ad, released by Wells Fargo in April. For those who can’t watch clips online, the minute-long commercial shows a lesbian couple learning sign-language before meeting a young deaf girl they’re adopting.

    Where Graham sees “moral decay,” some of us see perhaps the sweetest banking commercial of all time.

    “It has dawned on me that we don’t have to do business with them,” Graham wrote in a Facebook post, referring to Wells Fargo. “At the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association, we are moving our accounts from Wells Fargo to another bank…. This is one way we as Christians can speak out – we have the power of choice.”

    That’s largely true. If Graham is outraged by a commercial showing a loving couple adopting a deaf child, he’s certainly free to do his banking elsewhere. It’s a free country.

    But the punch-line to this story came a little later, when we learned about Graham’s new bank.

    Right Wing Watch explained that the evangelical pastor is moving his ministry’s accounts to BB&T, another North Carolina-based bank. Oops.
    Graham may not have done much research, as BB&T has received an 80 percent score in the Human Rights Campaign’s Corporate Equality Index and this year is the sponsor of the Miami Beach Gay Pride Parade, along with the chief sponsor of Miami Beach Gay Pride’s “Legacy Couples” program, which celebrates same-sex couples in “committed relationships of 10 years or longer.”

    A bank spokesman said the company hopes to “support the individuals and organizations that broaden our perspectives and strengthen the diverse fabric of our communities. That’s why BB&T is proud to be a part of this day of pride and celebration of the 2015 Legacy Couples.”

    In fact, BB&T hosted a same-sex couple’s wedding reception earlier this year “in a makeshift chapel at event sponsor BB&T Bank South Beach branch.”
    Yep, the right-wing pastor is “fighting the tide of moral decay” by moving his considerable assets from one morally depraved financial institution to an entirely different morally depraved financial institution.
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    The Benefit of Making Noise In and Out of Bed
    Posted: 06/10/2015 11:23 am EDT Updated: 06/10/2015 11:59 am EDT

    I never realized the connection between my vagina and my voice until I started researching orgasm at age 45. One of the most challenging things for me to do during my orgasm research was to speak up for myself. For years, I stayed quiet, whether it was about something that didn't feel good in bed or about someone who hurt me. I ignored the power and truth in my voice as much as I ignored the desires of my body.

    I was a master at disconnecting from my body to protect myself from feeling any sensations which could cause me to remember the shame from a pattern of sexual assault beginning when I was young and continuing into my forties. At one point, I even lost my voice.

    Tantra teacher Charles Muir said, "In America, most women make more sound eating their dessert than they do in orgasm."

    When I started my orgasm research and forced myself to be present with my feelings and the sensations in my body, I finally had to give a voice to my orgasm too. She liked to speak up -- not too loudly -- but she wanted to be respected. By making noise through breath and sound, my orgasm and climax expanded. I realized that by staying quiet all those years, I was dishonoring my body and my voice.

    The consequences of staying quiet can go way beyond having a satisfying orgasm.

    In my book Autobiography of an Orgasm, I wrote candidly about my experience of being sexually assaulted many times and not speaking up because of the shame and judgment I knew I might face. It was something "we just don't talk about." I finally spoke up because I wanted to give a voice to the 6-year-old who was too confused and afraid to speak up. I also wanted to honor the 40-year-old woman in me that was raped during a party and still stayed quiet. I'm not too sure the man, who was intoxicated, thinks what he did was wrong, because I never said anything. It was another secret I would keep to myself until a few years later, when another friend mentioned that she felt she had been raped by him too. I wondered, what if I spoke up sooner? What if I said something to him so he knew his behavior was not acceptable? Maybe it would have saved my friend. Maybe it would have saved others.

    It's estimated that 90% of acquaintance rapes don't speak up.

    One of the letters I received from a woman who read Autobiography of an Orgasm described her disconnection from her body after rape and assault in college:

    I can't even begin to express how much I was affected by your book. It brought up so much for me. I have never seen myself as worthy of enjoying life in general and being sexually satisfied was definitely not even a blip on my radar. My mother was hateful and angry all the time from being raped in her youth, and so I grew up always hearing about how horrible men were. Then I went off to college where I was held in a frat boy's room against my will where numerous guys molested me, followed by laughter and mocking. The icing on the cake was that they used razors to cut me so I would be ugly to everyone else. They said they would be the only people that would want to see me naked. I am covered in scars and for a long time I believed them and if I am being honest I guess I still do. I don't talk about this story very much (pretty much never) so it is surprising me that I am telling it to you now.
    The poet Maya Angelou wrote, "I come as one, but I stand as 10,000."

    We as women -- and the men who love us -- can't afford to not speak up anymore. We need to remember our bodies as sacred no matter what has happened to us. And we need to remember to choose love over fear when making a decision on whether to reveal ourselves.

    I am done being quiet. The only way to honor my body is to speak up and make noise, whether it's to stop the ongoing assault of girls and women, or to bring my orgasm to climax.
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    Here's What Men Really Think About Women's Pubic Hair
    The Huffington Post | By Michelle Persad
    Posted: 06/10/2015 7:00 am EDT Updated: 06/11/2015 4:04 pm EDT

    Pubic hair: Love it or hate it, we all have it -- unless we've removed it. And that means we all have opinions about it.

    Though men's grooming habits are slowly becoming part of the pubic hair conversation, it's women's grooming routines that are most often under the microscope. At The Huffington Post, we're firm believers that everyone should groom (or not groom) for themselves, no matter what anyone else thinks.

    That said, it's always interesting to find out what men's preferences are when it comes to hair down there. So, we teamed up with and conducted a survey, asking over 5,000 dudes about their pubic hair predilection. Below, we compiled the responses and a few standout comments into an infographic created by our own Jessica Kane.

    Interestingly, 84 percent of the men surveyed had a preference when it came to a woman's pubic hair, but only 9 percent would end a date or sex because of a women's grooming habits -- so they must not care all that much. And of the men polled, a whopping 88 percent do some grooming of their own. It looks like men's pubic hair could soon be an even hotter topic than women's.
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    Latina Grandmas Dish Out The Only Sex Advice You'll Ever Need
    The Huffington Post | By Yagana Shah
    Posted: 06/08/2015 11:25 am EDT Updated: 06/08/2015 11:59 am EDT

    Forget the awkward sex talk with your parents. Want to know something about the birds and the bees? Just ask your grandma ... or preferably, your abuela.

    BuzzFeed rounded up a crop of the sweetest abuelas around and put them on the spot, having their grandkids candidly ask them a wide range of questions about the dirty deed.

    Though there were a few awkward moments, the grandmas did have some very wise words to say about sex. "Talking about sex is a natural thing," one grandma said. Indeed, their two main pieces of advice were to experiment with your partner and to make sure you're comfortable talking about it.
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    Soon, Your Sex Doll Will Have An Intelligent Conversation With You
    The Huffington Post | By Andy Campbell
    06/12/2015 12:59 pm EDT

    In 2013, we reported that robot handjobs would be our future.

    We were wrong.

    That's because a deep, interpersonal connection during intimate moments adds a lot of value to a sexual experience. But the problem was that until now, you needed another human to form that special bond.

    Enter Matt McMullen, the inventor behind RealDoll, who promises a filthy utopia where sex dolls with artificial intelligence can substitute not just for the body, but for the mind.

    His RealDolls are lifelike, silicone sex dolls that currently cost between $5,000 and $10,000. For now, they're just dolls -- but he's developing an artificial intelligence that will analyze and respond to your dirty talk, The New York Times reports.

    He's working with a team of AI designers and engineers to build a RealDoll out of what you see in the video above: A robo-female who can respond to questions and movements as if she were human.

    RealDoll replicas of porn stars' bodies are shown off at the Adult Entertainment Expo in Las Vegas.

    "What do you dream about?" McMullen asks the AI on the screen.

    "I have a lot of dreams," she responds. "I dream about becoming a real person, about having a real body. I dream about knowing the meaning of love. I hope to become the world’s first sex robot."

    The AI is in its development phase, but McMullen says that in two years, you'll be able to buy a robotic head for about $10,0000 that blinks and talks back.

    And don't worry, if you've already dropped a few grand on a RealDoll, the new robotic head can attach to your old model.

    It's not impossible to believe that humans will fall in love with their robots, either. As Radiolab has reported, there are already numerous examples of the human mind ignoring the fact that it's talking with a robot. In fact, in many cases, we don't even need a robot to sound real in order to develop a connection.

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    Engineer-inventor Douglas Hines adjusts the head of his company's 'True Companion' sex robot, Roxxxy, at the booth at the AVN Adult Entertainment Expo in Las Vegas, Nevada, January 9, 2010.

    Plus, the most recent polling numbers show that one in five of you would have sex with a robot, regardless of its human characteristics.
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    Sex, Lies And Debt Potentially Exposed By U.S. Data Hack
    Posted: 06/15/2015 8:00 am EDT Updated: 5 hours ago
    By Arshad Mohammed and Joseph Menn

    WASHINGTON, June 15 (Reuters) - When a retired 51-year-old military man disclosed in a U.S. security clearance application that he had a 20-year affair with his former college roommate's wife, it was supposed to remain a secret between him and the government.

    The disclosure last week that hackers had penetrated a database containing such intimate and possibly damaging facts about millions of government and private employees has shaken Washington.

    The hacking of the White House Office of Personnel Management (OPM) could provide a treasure trove for foreign spies.

    The military man's affair, divulged when he got a job with a defense contractor and applied to upgrade his clearance, is just one example of the extensive potential for disruption, embarrassment and even blackmail arising from the hacking.

    The man had kept the affair secret from his wife for two decades before disclosing it on the government's innocuously named Standard Form 86 (SF 86), filled out by millions of Americans seeking security clearances.

    His case is described in a judge's ruling, published on the Pentagon website, that he should keep his security clearance because he told the government about the affair. His name is not given in the administrative judge's decision.

    The disclosure that OPM's data had been hacked sent shivers down the spines of current and former U.S. government officials as they realized their secrets about sex, drugs and money could be in the hands of a foreign government.

    The data that may be compromised by the incident, which was first reported by the Associated Press, included the detailed personal information on the SF 86 "QUESTIONNAIRE FOR NATIONAL SECURITY POSITIONS," according to U.S. officials.


    As with another cyberattack on OPM disclosed earlier this month, U.S. officials suspect it was linked to China, though they have less confidence about the origins of the second attack than about the first.

    China denies any involvement in hacking U.S. databases.

    While the Central Intelligence Agency does its own clearance investigations, agencies such as the State Department, Defense Department and National Security Agency, which eavesdrops on the world, all use OPM's services to some degree.

    Intelligence veterans said the breach may prove disastrous because China could use it to find relatives of U.S. officials abroad as well as evidence of love affairs or drug use which could be used to blackmail or influence U.S. officials.

    An even worse scenario would be the mass unmasking of covert operatives in the field, they said.

    "The potential loss here is truly staggering and, by the way, these records are a legitimate foreign intelligence target," said retired Gen. Michael Hayden, a former CIA and NSA director. "This isn't shame on China. This is shame on us."

    The SF 86 form, which is 127-pages long, is extraordinarily comprehensive and intrusive.

    Among other things, applicants must list where they have lived; contacts with foreign citizens and travel abroad; the names and personal details of relatives; illegal drug use and mental health counseling except in limited circumstances.

    A review of appeals of security denials published on the web shows the variety of information now in possession of the hackers, including financial troubles, infidelities, psychiatric diagnoses, substance abuse, health issues and arrests.

    "It's kind of scary that somebody could know that much about us," said a former senior U.S. diplomat, pointing out the ability to use such data to impersonate an American official online, obtain passwords and plunder bank accounts.


    A U.S. official familiar with security procedures, but who declined to be identified, said some agencies do not use OPM for clearances, meaning their employees' data was at first glance less likely to have been compromised.

    However, the former senior diplomat said someone with access to a complete set of SF 86 forms and to the names of officials at U.S. embassies, which are usually public, could compare the two and make educated guesses about who might be a spy.

    "Negative information is an indicator just as much as a positive information," said the former diplomat.

    A review of appeals of security denials published on the web shows a variety of information now in possession of the hackers, including financial troubles, infidelities, psychiatric diagnoses, substance abuse, health issues and arrests.

    The case of the 51-year-old former military man who told the government, but not his wife, about his 20-year affair came to light when he filed an appeal because his effort to upgrade his security clearance ran into trouble.

    According to a May 13 decision by an administrative judge who heard his case, the man revealed the affair in the "Additional Comments" section of SF 86 in January 2012, ended the affair in 2013, and told his wife about it in 2014.

    "DOD (Department of Defense) is aware of the affair because Applicant disclosed it on his SF 86; the affair is over; and the key people in Applicant's life are aware of it," the judge wrote, according to a Defense Office of Hearings and Appeals document posted online.

    His access to classified information was approved.

    (Reporting by Arshad Mohammed in Washington and Joseph Menn in San Francisco; Additional reporting by Mark Hosenball; Editing by David Story and Sue Horton)

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    Sex on Demand: What's it Worth?
    Posted: 06/16/2015 2:00 pm EDT

    With the advent of location based hookup and dating apps such as Tinder and Scruff, looking for love - whether for life or for the night, has never been easier. But, easier has its consequences.

    One state that's feeling the burn--literally and figuratively--of this modern brand of fast food sex is Rhode Island. According to their Department of Health, rates of sexually transmitted diseases are soaring, in part due to increased use of hookup apps.

    Between 2013 and 2014--one year's time--cases of syphilis increased 79 percent. HIV infections were up 33 percent and gonorrhea cases jumped 30 percent. The state's health department blamed "high-risk behaviors that have become more common in recent years," including "using social media to arrange casual and often anonymous sexual encounters. Brian Smith, Marketing Manager for says, the increased rate of STD transmissions was a consideration when developing their sites mobile app since their members are already living with at least one STD. I'd be curious to know what other mobile apps are doing in response to the increased rates of STD transmissions. One would hope that the health and well being of their users factors into the equation.

    These numbers represent one very small state in particular. Were we to look at major metropolitan areas I'd hazard to guess that the numbers could be even more shocking. Take for instance, Chicago, where I live. On any given day or night, I can open up Scruff or Grindr and find no fewer than 20 guys within a mile radius. With the possibility of sex a mere "hey what's up" away, it's no wonder STD rates are skyrocketing. So what's a boy or girl in this new age of digital, insta-sex to do?

    Communicate: Before you make arrangements to meet up, you need to ask your potential partner about their testing and sexual history. When was the last time they were tested? Did that include HIV and other STD's? What's your condom use like? Be sure to offer up your own information first: "I was tested for all STD's, including HIV, two months ago. How about you?".

    If your partner isn't forthright in answering questions about their testing history and condom usage, then that's a red flag, and something that should make you take pause. As a general rule of thumb, I recommend all sexually active adults get tested for HIV and all other STD's at least once a year, preferably every six months, and every three if you have multiple partners and don't always use a condom.

    Condoms: Condoms have been and remain one of the best ways to protect against HIV and many STD's. If you don't have a problem using condoms that's great; keep up the good work. While some STD's are transmitted via skin-to-skin contact (more on that in a minute), condoms are still an excellent way of protecting yourself against HIV, Chlamydia, and Gonorrhea. While they don't fully protect you against Syphilis and Herpes, they do help lower the risk of transmission.

    What's that? You don't like to use condoms? Me neither! When it comes down to it, most people don't. If your condom use is spotty consider PReP and being on top.

    PReP: An acronym standing for Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PReP), is a once-daily pill, that when taken correctly and consistently, can reduce the chance of acquiring HIV.

    Look: Take a look at your partner's genital area before engaging in sex. Yes, I know, this sounds weird, but it works. Do you notice any open sores in the genital region? How about discharge? You can milk your partner's penis by grabbing it at the base, and pulling up the shaft towards the head. Again, sounds weird I know! However, if you notice any green or milky discharge you might want to call it quits on that particular hookup.


    To find an HIV/STD testing site near you:

    For information on HIV and other STD's:

    Already infected with HIV, Herpes, or another STD:

    BOTTOM LINE: Sex is, and should be fun. However, in your haste for a good time, it's imperative that you stop and consider the actual risks that come with fast food sex. Just because it's quick and easy, doesn't mean it's going to be good. Get yourself some fries instead. Or just be smart about it.
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    At yesterday’s Red Umbrella march in Vancouver, a former sex worker condemned Canadian federal legislation that criminalizes clients.

    Sheryl Kiselbach, the violence-prevention coordinator at the PACE Society, said that she and other current and former sex workers in the crowd have “dated” doctors, police officers, lawyers, judges, and MLAs.

    Kiselbach didn’t name names, and instead emphasized the importance of supporting current sex workers who face greater dangers because of legislation passed last year by the Conservative government.

    “We need to help them stay safe and we need to support them,” she said.

    Ex sex worker claims MLAs, judges, police officers, lawyers, and doctors have been clients of prostitutes
    Pivot Legal Society executive director V have been fighting Canada’s prostitution laws for nearly a decade.

    The red umbrella has long been a symbol of sex workers’ safety, which explains the name of yesterday’s protest.

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    Kiselbach told the crowd on the south side of the Vancouver Art Gallery that she became a plaintiff in a charter challenge against prostitution laws because she didn’t want sex workers to suffer the same injustices that she endured.

    “The laws did not protect me when I reported many violent crimes, including attempted murder,” she said. “Instead, I was treated with contempt, ridicule, discounted, and dismissed. I was treated as a criminal—as though I deserved to be treated this way.”
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    Chicago, June 18th, 2015: The Autoblow 2 began its life in 2014 as a crowdfunded blowjob machine, but it will soon be repurposed into a robotic vagina. On June 15th, 2015, the company behind the Autoblow, Very Intelligent Ecommerce Inc. (VIECI), opened its Vaginal Beauty Pageant website for photo submissions and voting.

    Women may submit photos of their vaginas to the contest website and the public will vote on the vaginas they consider to be the most attractive. The women attached to the vaginas earning the top 3 places will win respectively $5,000, $2,500, and $1,250 in addition to trips to Los Angeles to undergo vaginal 3d scanning. The 3d scans will be used to replicate the winners vaginas onto a new series of Autoblow sleeves at micron level accuracy.

    The Autoblow Vaginal Beauty Contest will pioneer a new use for high-end 3d scanning technology previously used only in video games, films, the medical industry, and manufacturing processes. The winners vaginas will be scanned by a 3d scanner capable of accuracy in the range of 100 microns or the width of a human hair.

    “Traditional mold making processes can replicate body parts for sex toys in a way that is only about 80% accurate due to how many steps are involved from the wet cast to the final production. But our 3d scanning method will allow us to skip several accuracy-degrading steps and photo-realistically replicate these vaginas onto production molds. The result will be an industry first strikingly realistic series of sleeves for the Autoblow,” said Autoblow inventor, Brian Sloan.

    Contestants may enter and the public is invited to vote at Winners may choose to remain anonymous.
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    Hulk Hogan sex tape trial could destroy Gawker

    A lurid sex tape. A bombastic cultural icon. An upcoming court battle that could reveal even more salacious details.
    It sounds like the type of story that Gawker might cover with gusto. This time, however, the gossip site finds itself a central player in the tawdry tale.

    For more than a decade, has proudly courted controversy with unmerciful coverage of Hollywood celebrities and New York media elites.
    But a $100 million lawsuit, set for trial next month in Florida, is enough to make anyone a bit nervous, even Nick Denton, the swashbuckling Gawker Media founder.
    Three years ago, a former Gawker editor-in-chief published a post headlined, "Even for a Minute, Watching Hulk Hogan Have Sex in a Canopy Bed is Not Safe For Work but Watch it Anyway." A 30-minute DVD had come from an anonymous source and what appeared online was edited down by Gawker to about a minute-and-a-half.
    The tape, which was recorded in 2006, showed Hulk Hogan (real name: Terry Bollea) having sex with Heather Clem, who was married at that time to radio host "Bubba the Love Sponge Clem." Another man's voice, which many people believe is Bubba, can be heard in the recording. Hogan and Bubba were close friends before the sex tape leaked and the two men had a falling out.
    After legal wrangling, Gawker was forced to remove the video. But Gawker refused to delete an article accompanying the footage and the story still exists on the site today (it has racked up more than 5 million clicks). Gawker's bid to get the case tossed failed and a jury trial is now set to begin July 6 in St. Petersburg.
    Charles Harder, who is Hogan's lead trial counsel, said that Denton had received two cease and desist demands the day after the video was published. "Denton ignored those demands, and allowed the video to continue playing," Harder told CNNMoney. "Denton has only himself to blame."

    What each side is saying: There is one central question that the jury will have to answer: Was the sex tape newsworthy? Florida law permits the publication of private material if it pertains to a matter of "legitimate public concern."
    "Despite all attempts by the Gawker Defendants to obscure it, the law is clear that pornographic footage taken from sex tapes is the quintessential example of speech that is not a matter of legitimate public concern," Harder wrote in a recently filed brief.
    Gawker counters that Hogan made his sexual exploits a public matter, noting his appearances on Howard Stern's radio program and elsewhere during which he delved into lurid details from his personal life.
    During a 2011 interview with Stern, Hogan said flatly that he would never have sex with Heather Clem. "Man law, brother," Hogan told Stern. "Even if they were divorced for 10 years." In the same interview, Hogan opened up about the sexual chemistry with his wife.
    Gawker is also highlighting the fact that the existence of the sex tape had been the subject of several news reports before it was posted on the site in 2012.
    "It's difficult to think of a huge news story about a celebrity or a politician or someone people care about that didn't involve some information that that person did not want disclosed," Gawker president and general counsel Heather Dietrick told CNNMoney. "That's the job of a journalist."

    The stakes: Hogan is seeking $100 million in damages, a penalty that could bring Gawker to its knees. Denton has been characteristically candid about the threat against the company, telling The New York Times, "We don't keep $100 million in the bank, no."
    If it were to lose in court and have to pay in full, Gawker might be forced to do something it has managed to avoid throughout its existence: rely on outside investors to keep the company humming.
    The case could also hold implications for the First Amendment, with some in the legal community leery over the idea of a story's news value being determined by jurors, not editors.
    But Harder, Hogan's attorney, asserts that the case poses "no potential danger whatsoever to the First Amendment."
    "The First Amendment has limitations," Harder said. "In Florida, it is a crime of video voyeurism to film someone naked without their permission, or to publish that footage. Doing so is against the law and not protected by the First Amendment."
    Outlook: Denton isn't ruling out a "disaster" scenario for the site. He has acknowledged that the jury, plucked from the Florida community that Hogan calls home, might well be unsympathetic to a sensationalist digital tabloid based in Manhattan and built on snark.
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    Mindy Kaling explains why she likes filming sex scenes

    Mindy Kaling is keeping it real and letting us know how she feels about filming sex scenes.

    The Washington Post obtained an excerpt from her book "Why Not Me" which "The Mindy Project" creator has a chapter titled, "I love sex scenes!"

    And she's not joking.

    "Obviously onscreen sex is not actual penetrative sex, but, as any religious high schooler will tell you, simulating sex can be pretty damn enjoyable as well," she writes.

    She doesn't even mind if crew members are there to watch.

    "To that I say, the more, the merrier! Most of those people are artists whose job it is to make sure your physical imperfections are cloaked in mysterious shadows," she continues. "By the end of the shooting day, you'll wish there were more people there."

    And for all those who can't believe she actually gets paid to film some fake intimate moments, she addresses that as well.

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    "People already think acting is the world's easiest and most frivolous job," she says. "So we all have this tacit agreement to keep our traps shut about the world's best job perk."

    Talk about employee benefits, right?

    "Why Not Me" is set to be released on September 29.
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    Vancouver client of sex workers speaks out against federal law despite risk of being prosecuted
    by Charlie Smith on June 17th, 2015 at 12:09 PM

    Patrick Clark lives with cerebral palsy and doesn't want to be driven underground by Conservative politicians.
    Patrick Clark doesn’t fit the profile of a typical sex-trade activist. Not only is he male, he was born with cerebral palsy and uses a wheelchair.

    His impaired muscle coordination and unusual movements clearly indicate that he’s living with a serious disability—a product of brain damage that occurred when or just after he was born.

    Yet Clark’s mobility issues didn’t stop him from joining the third annual Red Umbrella March on June 13 in downtown Vancouver. Red umbrellas have become the international symbol of sex workers’ solidarity since being adopted as an icon by Venice prostitutes in 2001.

    In the eyes of the federal Conservative government, Clark is a criminal because he occasionally pays to have sex.

    “I’ve been a long-time client of a sex worker,” Clark told the Georgia Straight. “I think that in order to change the status quo and all the harm that’s going on, we have to fundamentally change how the client–sex worker relationship is seen.”

    The Protection of Communities and Exploited Persons Act, which came into effect last year, makes it illegal to pay for sex.

    Clark knows that by speaking out, he could be investigated and charged. The law allows for imprisonment of up to five years for paying for “sexual services”, which isn’t defined in the legislation, and a fine of $2,000 for first-time offenders.

    Clark is willing to go public because he thinks that the law creates greater risk for sex workers and their clients by driving them into the shadows.

    “One of the things that the mainstream doesn’t understand is that the true criminal—the truly violent—they don’t care about laws,” he said. “So the laws don’t affect them. By pushing people farther out of the mainstream, we are now more of a target.”

    So why does he pay for sex? “Joy,” Clark replied with a big smile. “I’ve met over the years many wonderful people [who do sex work] from a wide variety of lifestyles and backgrounds. Sex is a really wonderful thing.”

    Sex-workers' association is also vulnerable

    Someone else at the rally who’s feeling the impact of the law is sex worker Andrew Sorfleet, president of the Triple-X Workers’ Solidarity Association of B.C. He told the Straight that the Conservative legislation makes his advocacy group illegal because it collects dues from sex workers. Under the law, no one—possibly not even a spouse—can receive any financial benefit from the sale of sex.

    “For me, the most personal consequence is that it’s technically illegal to live with us or to be our friends and hang out with us,” Sorfleet said. “I think that’s a serious violation of our right to associate.”

    One of the speakers at the rally, Maggie McNeill, is a Seattle-based former sex worker who writes the Honest Courtesan blog. She told a crowd of about 40 sex workers and allies that more states are legalizing recreational marijuana use. She suggested that this poses a threat to the “prison-industrial complex”, which she said needs a new target to justify its existence and keep receiving public funding.

    A U.S.–based research and advocacy group called the Sentencing Project calls America “the world’s leader in incarceration”, with 2.2 million people in jail. In 2013, however, the U.S. state and federal prison population declined for the first time in 40 years.

    McNeill claimed that authorities on both sides of the border are ramping up campaigns against the sex trade because the war on drugs is collapsing.

    “I think one of the biggest things we have to do as sex workers right now is to get people to recognize that this is not just our struggle,” McNeill emphasized. “This is their struggle, too. Just like the drug war undermined the civil rights for everyone—even people who were absolute teetotallers—so the war on sex workers is going to undermine rights for everybody, even people who are absolutely celibate.”

    It’s a message that Sorfleet and Clark heartily endorse.
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    Chris Harrison Defends Bachelorette Kaitlyn Bristowe After She Has Sex With Nick Viall: "I Admire Kaitlyn's Honesty"
    JUN. 23, 2015 AT 6:35PM BY ESTHER LEE

    That's his girl. Longtime Bachelor host Chris Harrison defended Bachelorette Kaitlyn Bristowe via his Yahoo! blog on Tuesday, June 23, after it was revealed on Monday's episode that she had sex with Nick Viall following a flirtatious one-on-one date in Dublin, Ireland.

    The explosive episode opened with one of the suitors, Ian, telling Bristowe off and calling her out as "shallow." The shocking (and rather uncomfortable) confrontation created an opportune moment for Viall to step in.

    "Even though Nick wasn’t here last week, he was the first to be there for Kaitlyn after her difficult conversation with Ian," Harrison wrote. "He had the group date rose, and of course that set the other guys off more than just a little bit — but hey, when you like someone and she’s hurting, you make it your business to get in there."

    The group then headed to Ireland, but what happened in Dublin most definitely did not stay in Dublin after it was broadcasted and blasted everywhere. "Kaitlyn decided to start the week by giving a date to Nick. It was pretty clear that this would make the rest of the guys question her choices, but I think Kaitlyn knew that this was a great chance for her to make a do-or-die decision with Nick," Harrison wrote.

    "As you can imagine, this was one of the most controversial dates of the season. I think a lot of people have assumed what happens behind closed doors is always physical, but the truth is, that remains entirely between the two people involved, until now… Kaitlyn is very open and honest about how she views sex and intimacy and I don’t think any of us are in a position to judge her for that — although that’s exactly what we all do. Sadly, it’s human nature."

    While Bristowe, 30, has no regrets about sleeping with Viall so soon, she admitted that she did not think through the consequences of her actions. "I think that’s something we can all relate to," Harrison mused in his blog. "Actually, I think that’s a big part of falling in love. Love doesn’t always make sense and it isn’t always logical, so asking someone to consider every possible outcome in such an emotional and unpredictable environment seems not only unfair, it’s just impossible."

    Despite the backlash, Harrison wrote that he was #TeamKaitlyn all the way. "I admire Kaitlyn’s honesty," he revealed. "And I think she is doing what she feels she needs to do to figure out which man she wants to spend the rest of her life with. Being the Bachelorette is tricky business, and there’s no right way to do it. Before we judge Kaitlyn, let’s remember that this is about finding love, and if she makes it through the storm that’s brewing with the guys in the house, well, I’m sure it will all be worth it."

    One guy Harrison is rooting for is Ben Z. "There’s a disarming sincerity to Ben Z.," Harrison wrote. "Every time he spends any time at all with Kaitlyn I am more and more impressed with who he is as a man. He took a hard situation and made the most of it and for that, I salute him."

    The host also feels for fan-favorite Shawn Booth, who showed up at Bristowe's hotel room at the end of Monday's episode to discuss what exactly happened with Viall. "Shawn’s feelings for Kaitlyn are very strong and sometimes those feelings can be overwhelming," Harrison wrote. "It’s clear that Shawn is falling in love, but this process is getting to him. Next week, you’ll get to see how his conversation with Kaitlyn goes, and the rest of the season is about to go wild when Kaitlyn talks openly about her relationship with Nick, and tells all."

    Harrison, who's gotten to know countless contestants, Bachelors, and Bachelorettes over the last decade, told viewers to see it from their perspective.

    "I think we often forget how weird it is to watch someone you’re falling for spend time with someone else," Harrison wrote. "And yes, of course they know what they’re signing up for when they date the Bachelorette, but until you’re in it, you just can’t know exactly how hard it is. I’m not even sure it’s personal at this point -- it’s just difficult for Shawn to see someone he loves lock lips with another man."
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    Couple caught having sex on Cannes red carpet
    By Emily SmithJune 24, 2015 | 8:13am

    All the creativity at the Cannes Lions festival clearly became too stimulating for one couple spotted getting romantic outside the famed Palais’ des Festivals, right in the middle of the red carpet.
    The amorous ad pair romped on the red carpet, graced hours earlier by the cream of the creative elite at a Cannes Lions awards ceremony, in the early hours of Tuesday morning.
    Unfortunately, or perhaps fortunately, for the yet-anonymous exhibitionists, they were performing in full view of guests at a party still raging on at a penthouse across the Croisette.
    “Mad respect for these people having sex on the #CannesLions red carpet right now,” with a picture of the passionate pair under the giant sign reading, “See you in the morning.”
    No word on if either suffered any red carpet burns.
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    The one key ingredient for great sex
    5 HOURS AGO JUNE 26, 2015 8:59AM

    JUST about everything you’ve been told about how to have great sex is wrong.
    And isn’t that a terrible shame? Because if great sex eludes you, you might feel that loss really keenly. But if you’ve been lucky enough to have a wonderful sexual relationship, even for just a short time, you’ll know how incredibly precious that is and how the magic of that connection feels mysterious and kind of deep.
    And yet people still persist in trying to give you ham-fisted short cuts to divine lovemaking.
    Whether it’s Bettina Arndt telling women to just ‘put the canoe in the water’ whether they feel like it or not, those endless tiresome adverts to part hopeful men from their hard earned cash with the lie that lasting longer is the key to pleasure, the sealed sections’ detailed instructions for sex tech wizardry, or saucy tips on how to spice things up in the boudoir, we’re being led further and further astray from what fabulous sexual connection is really all about.

    But the facts, people, are very friendly indeed. According to some of the most solid research on great sex we have, most of the stuff we worry about in the lovemaking department is hokum.
    When it comes to having great sex, none of the following things matter. Whatever your sexual orientation or situation, you can stop worrying about them immediately.
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    What a relief. With those erotic myths out of the way, you can be free to focus on what really matters in lovemaking. And what really matters is actually being there.
    People who have great sex are present to each other and they’re willing to take emotional risks. They’re not worrying about the size of their butts, the duration of their erections, or how long it might take them to come. They’re in the moment with their partners. They’re vulnerable, deeply respectful, open and communicative. They talk and they listen and they’re naked on the inside as well as on the outside. They’re prepared to risk failure, rejection and ridicule in return for deep sexual and personal connection.
    Wow. You can’t find that list in the sealed section. But before you get overwhelmed by how hard all of that stuff can be, remember that unlike our erections, bone structures, G spots and ages, we have some control over the quality of our presence when we make love. We can choose to risk opening ourselves to great sex and we can choose to get it on with people who are willing to take that risk with us.
    So take a tip from the experts, those fortunate souls having super hot sex, and give up trying to get better, look better and feel better about sex. Stop trying so hard to be good in bed, it only gets in the way of hotness.
    There is no recipe you can follow for passionate lovemaking except yours and your lover’s. Batteries, sexy underthings, date nights and playrooms are all optional. Porn-approved body parts are completely irrelevant. If you can open your eyes, your mind and your heart to your lover, and if they can meet you in that infinitely scary but ultimately exciting place, then you’re well on your way to the sex you never knew you dreamt about.
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    U.S. Supreme Court legalizes same-sex marriage
    Todd Spangler, Detroit Free Press 5:31 p.m. EDT June 26, 2015

    WASHINGTON – For generations to come, the decision will be known as Obergefell, the last name of the man first listed on the series of cases that Friday brought down same-sex marriage bans across the U.S.

    But as much as it was Jim Obergefell's, this was a case about a pair of Hazel Park nurses with four adopted children between them and worries that, under Michigan law, they could never be a true legal family and could never be certain that the death of one parent or the other -- if it came to that -- wouldn't split up their clan like it never existed.

    Since 2012, April DeBoer and Jayne Rowse have waged a time-consuming and expensive battle against a ban enacted by 59% of Michigan's voters 11 years ago. And writing for the 5-4 majority Friday, U.S. Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy found in their favor -- citing them personally -- in a ruling that swept away as unconstitutional same-sex marriage bans across the nation.

    "I guess now we have to plan a wedding," said DeBoer as celebrations of gay and lesbian rights advocates and their supporters erupted across the country. In Michigan and elsewhere, sympathetic civil officials began ceremonies almost immediately with more expected to follow suit in the days to come.

    Prior to Friday, same-sex marriages were permitted in 37 states and Washington, D.C., though in most cases it was through court decisions which could have been reversed if the Supreme Court had upheld bans in Michigan, Kentucky, Ohio and Tennessee in the consolidated cases before it.

    Instead, even Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette -- whose office had defended the ban before the Supreme Court as a proper exercise of state authority -- acknowledged that the court's 5-4 decision, despite deep concerns raised by conservative legislators and religious groups, represented "the final word."

    "The United States Supreme Court has spoken in an opinion that I think is quite clear, that same-sex marriage is legal. .... I don't think there's any other additions that you can make to this," Schuette said.

    President Barack Obama, speaking from the White House, called it not only a victory for gay and lesbian couples and their families, who "will now be recognized as equal to any others," but a "victory for America." In Lansing, Gov. Rick Snyder — who was listed as the defendant in DeBoer and Rowse's case — said it was "important for everyone to respect the judicial process and the decision today.

    "Our state government will follow the law and our state agencies will make the necessary changes to ensure that we will fully comply," he said in a statement.

    The ruling is not just about marriage: by sanctioning marriages everywhere, it guarantees Social Security survivor benefits for same-sex partners, paves the way for couples to adopt and secures rights for spouses to make medical decisions for one another.

    And DeBoer and Rowse, who celebrated the decision with lawyers and their supporters in Ann Arbor, were central to the outcome.

    "If an emergency were to arise, schools and hospitals may treat (their) children as if they had only one parent," wrote Kennedy, taking note of Michigan's law prohibiting cross-adoptions by unmarried couples. "And, were tragedy to befall either DeBoer or Rowse, the other would have no legal rights over the children she had not been permitted to adopt. This couple seeks relief from the continuing uncertainty their unmarried status creates in their lives."

    "Without the recognition, stability and predictability marriage offers, their children suffer the stigma of knowing their families are somehow lesser. They also suffer the significant material costs of being raised by unmarried parents, relegated through no fault of their own to a more difficult and uncertain family life," Kennedy said. "The marriage laws at issue here thus harm and humiliate the children of same-sex couples."

    And with that, the court followed through on a series of legal decisions that began in 2003 with the Lawrence decision that struck down a sodomy law and continued, in 2013, with another decision by Kennedy stripping the federal government of any authority to discriminate between same-sex and opposite-sex couples.

    Kennedy said state-based, same-sex marriage bans violate constitutional guarantees of due process and equal protection under the law.

    "It demeans gays and lesbians for the state to lock them out of a central institution of the nation's society," he wrote. "Same-sex couples, too, may aspire to the transcendent purposes of marriage and seek fulfillment in its highest meaning."

    But Kennedy's decision, while a landmark ruling for civil rights effort, didn't end the debate.

    Religious officials and same-sex marriage opponents in Lansing and elsewhere were expected to try to enact laws to blunt the ruling, though it was unclear such measures, if passed, would be effective, with the court guaranteeing couples — regardless of gender — a right to marry, and children a right for their families to be recognized.

    But the disappointment in some quarters was clear: The Michigan Republican Party called the decision "unfortunate." The U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops, called it a "tragic error that harms the common good" and intimated it will lead to more litigation.

    "It is profoundly immoral and unjust for the government to declare that two people of the same sex can constitute a marriage," the bishops said.

    In Washington, some Republican lawmakers said steps could be needed to ensure that religious-based institutions, including schools, wouldn't be forced to violate their beliefs. And in Michigan, some conservative legislators had already been discussing laws that could attempt to curtail same-sex marriages, though they were far from certain of passing legislative or constitutional muster.

    Some states were looking at plans that would allow local civil officials to opt out of performing ceremonies, though the legality of such a proposal — or of those, like one in Michigan, which would try to turn all wedding ceremonies over to clergy — carried deep constitutional doubts.

    Religious personnel would not be required to perform any marriage ceremony against their beliefs, however, because their rights are enshrined in the First Amendment.

    Kennedy was joined by Justices Stephen Breyer, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Elena Kagan and Sonia Sotomayor in his decision. Mary Bonauto, the lawyer who represented DeBoer and Rowse before the Supreme Court, appeared on the court's plaza where gay rights supporters thronged. She said no single ruling could solve all discrimination, "but this can go a long way in helping people discover their common humanity."

    Kennedy — who had been expected to write the decision and determine the outcome of the case from the beginning — delivered a sweeping civil rights decision that said religious objections to same-sex marriage may be "decent" and "honorable," but can't be enshrined in public policy that "demeans" or "stigmatizes" others and remain constitutional.

    He acknowledged that the traditional definition of marriage as being between a man and a woman has a long history and that it is only somewhat recently that a move toward expanding that definition in the law had begun. But, he said, the Founding Fathers "did not presume to know the extent of freedom in all its dimensions" and that the "nature of injustice is that we may not always see it in our own times."

    The decision deeply split the court, with Chief Justice John Roberts and Justices Samuel Alito, Antonin Scalia and Clarence Thomas dissenting -- each writing a separate dissent.

    "Although the policy arguments for extending marriage to same-sex couples may be compelling, the legal arguments for requiring such an extension are not," Roberts wrote in a scathing dissent, agreeing with Schuette's office that defining marriage was a right for the states, not the federal courts. "The fundamental right to marry does not include a right to make a state change its definition of marriage."

    "In short," Roberts continued, "our Constitution does not enact any one theory of marriage. The people of a state are free to expand marriage to include same-sex couples, or to retain the historic definition."

    Scalia said the majority opinion was effectively a "judicial Putsch," adding, "Today's decree says that my ruler, and the ruler of 320 million Americans coast-to-coast, is a majority of the nine lawyers on the Supreme Court."

    In March 2014, U.S. District Judge Bernard Friedman in Detroit ruled in favor of DeBoer and Rowse. At that time, more than 300 same-sex couples were able to marry in Michigan before Schuette got a stay to appeal -- DeBoer and Rowse, intent on keeping their challenge alive, were not among the couples who got married then.

    Friedman's ruling was overturned in November by the 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, putting it in conflict with several other federal courts and setting the stage for the Supreme Court's April arguments.

    Only 11 states had passed laws or referenda allowing same-sex marriage, but all had come in recent years, suggesting to justices who dissented from the majority's opinion that change was coming on its own and no judicial interference was needed.

    Kennedy, however, said it would be wrong to wait.

    Bonauto, who won the 2003 decision that led to Massachusetts allowing same-sex marriages and argued DeBoer and Rowse's case, told the court that to deny same-sex couples and their children the benefits of marriage places a "stain of unworthiness" on them that "contravenes the basic constitutional commitment to equal dignity."

    Schuette's office re-enlisted a former state solicitor general, John Bursch, with extensive experience before the Supreme Court, to present the defense. Before the court in April, Bursch argued that the state ban was not motivated by animosity but that, since the Constitution is silent on the question of marriage, it falls to the states -- not the federal courts -- to define it.

    He said limiting it to opposite-gender couples was a legally appropriate means of encouraging biologically reproductive couples to raise families. Schuette's office had hoped the court would follow a ruling it won in 2013 in support of a statewide ban on using racial preferences in college admissions decisions.

    Many more issues will have to be worked out in the wake of the landmark decision, however, such as rules for divorce proceedings, parental gender references on birth certificates, and presumptions of legal parentage if a spouse's partner becomes pregnant. And many states, including Michigan, and the federal government still lack statutes barring discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation in housing, employment or public accommodation.

    That said, there was no denying the gravitas of Friday ruling.

    "This is a good day in history. The Supreme Court is on the right side of history," said DeBoer. "It's unbelievable."
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    Same-sex marriage ruling faces religious rights battle in Texas
    Rick Jervis, USA TODAY 6:51 p.m. EDT June 29, 2015

    AUSTIN – As supporters of gay marriages celebrated a landmark U.S. Supreme Court ruling, a new battle for same-sex marriage erupted in Texas where government leaders asserted their citizens' religious liberties trumped the individual right to marry.

    Following Friday's Supreme Court decision, two of Texas' top officials, Gov. Greg Abbott and state Attorney General Ken Paxton, issued opinions directing state agencies to "respect and preserve Texans' religious liberties," in essence encouraging county clerks to refuse to issue licenses to gay couples if it conflicts with their religious beliefs.

    Those salvos prompted a Monday morning gathering at the steps of the Texas Capitol by supporters of same-sex marriage, including civil liberties leaders, an openly gay state lawmaker and Jim Obergefell, the plaintiff in the recent Supreme Court case.

    Supreme Court strikes down bans on same-sex marriage

    The crowd was jubilant during the Houston LGBT Pride Celebration, especially following the Supreme Court's historic ruling on same-sex marriage. Thousands of people gathered to celebrate. VPC

    "In many states, including my home state of Ohio and right here in Texas, you can get married but then suffer consequences," Obergefell said. "Friday's historic ruling is a victory, but it's just the beginning. It's time for real, lasting action, and it's time for full equality in Texas."

    As of midday Monday, some Texas counties – including Williamson, Denton and Collin – were complying with the Supreme Court decision and issuing the licenses, said Chuck Smith, executive director of Equality Texas, which advocates for same-sex marriages.

    "In courts across the state of Texas, clerks are understanding they have taken an oath to uphold the law," he said.

    Reverend Laura Barclay, right, officiates the marriageReverend Laura Barclay, right, officiates the marriage of Tadd Roberts, left and Benjamin Moore at the Jefferson County Clerks Office in Louisville, Ky. (Photo: Timothy D. Easley, AP)
    Reverend Laura Barclay, right, officiates the marriage Moriah Martin, left, and Jordyn Dolente kiss during Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer left, hands Larry Ysunza A small crowd cheers following the wedding ceremony George Harris, left, 82, walks out of the Dallas County The first same sex couple to marry in Los Angeles County, Lori Hazelton and Stephanie Ward are the first same-sex Newlyweds Jessica Dent, left, and Carolee Taylor leave New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio officiates the marriages Newly married couple Emma Foulkes (L) and Petrina Bloodworth
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    Contesting the law on religious grounds will be the next major battlefield for the issue and could see it return to the Supreme Court, said Texas A&M University Law Professor Meg Penrose, who has followed the issue.

    All Texas county clerks take an oath to uphold state laws and the U.S. Constitution, which includes Friday's decision, she said. But how far religious beliefs can protect state and county workers from performing their duties remains an unanswered constitutional question. Extending that argument could mean a Catholic judge deny a divorce because it goes against his religion, or a state worker could refuse to issue liquor licenses because it clashes with his religious beliefs, Penrose said.

    Ultimately, it will come down to two fundamental rights – religious freedom granted explicitly in the Constitution, and same-sex liberties, which have been confirmed through previous court decisions – battling for precedence, she said.

    "You have these two fundamental rights that are completely at odds with one another," Penrose said. "It will ultimately be up to the Supreme Court to decide which right reigns supreme."
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    Grenada Circuit Clerk resigns over same-sex marriage
    Therese Apel and Kate Royals, The Clarion-Ledger 4:23 p.m. CDT June 30, 2015
    Citing the Supreme Court's decision to legalize same-sex marriage, Grenada County Circuit Clerk Linda Barnette resigned Tuesday.
    In a letter to the board of supervisors, Grenada County Circuit Clerk Linda Barnette announced her resignation on Tuesday, citing the Supreme Court's decision to legalize same-sex marriage.

    Barnette has been the circuit clerk for 24 years, and announced that her resignation is effective immediately.

    "The Supreme Court's decision violates my core values as a Christian," she wrote. "My final authority is the Bible. I cannot in all good conscience issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples under my name because the Bible clearly teaches that homosexuality is contrary to God's plan and purpose for marriage and family."

    Barnette has not yet been available to take phone calls.

    "I want to thank the citizens of Grenada County for giving me the honor of serving as their circuit clerk," she wrote.

    Aquaintances said Barnette's husband is a pastor who worked with Billy Graham Ministries for many years.

    "I choose to obey God rather than man," Barnette wrote.

    Grenada County voter Lue Harbin said she is disappointed in Barnette's decision. She said she has voted for Barnette in every election since she got out of the Army in 2001.

    "I was kind of shocked, I don't know her personally but I never thought she was that way," Harbin said. "She's given marriage licenses to people who have committed adultery and stolen and lied, and when their parents haven't approved... it's just crazy the way she's thinking. That's her job and she's not there to judge people."

    In a few other counties, the battle continues. According to a map compiled by, there are 10 counties that are not yet issuing same-sex marriage licenses. As of 2 p.m. Tuesday, Tunica, Tallahatchie, Holmes, Attala, Issaquena, Scott, Smith, Simpson, Jasper, and Jones counties were the holdouts.

    DeSoto County did not issue the licenses on Monday, but did so on Tuesday. Circuit Clerk Dale Thompson issued a statement Tuesday explaining the lag.

    "I took an Oath as Circuit Clerk to uphold the laws of the State of MS and I intend to honor that oath. I did not issue licenses on Monday because I was waiting on a clear directive from the AG's office," she said. "I have no hate towards same sex couples. My Christian beliefs are based upon the Bible and I believe a marriage is between one man and one woman. Although I do not agree with the Supreme Court's decision my office began issuing the licenses this morning."

    Jim Perry, of Mendenhall, and his longtime partner went to the Simpson County Circuit Clerk's office Tuesday morning to apply for a marriage license on the couple's 14th anniversary. After first being told by an employee that issuing such licenses was against the office's religious beliefs, Circuit Clerk Steve Womack then told the couple the office didn't have the correct paperwork to issue a license.

    An employee of the office who didn't provide her name to Perry told the couple that it was "against their religion and they're not going to issue them out of that office," said Perry, who works in the circulation department at The Clarion-Ledger.

    "I said 'Well, I'm a Christian,' and she said, 'Oh, I guess you are, and my circuit clerk said it's against our religious beliefs,'" Perry described.

    "He (Womack) said, 'I wish y'all the best of luck, but I can't help y'all here,'" Perry continued.

    When reached by cell phone on Tuesday, Womack answered. After the reporter identified herself, the line disconnected. Womack did not return an additional call and text.

    In Jones County, Circuit Clerk Bart Gavin said same-sex marriage licenses were not being issued on Tuesday. He said he and a group of "concerned circuit clerks" will be in Jackson on Wednesday to meet with the Attorney General for clarification on some of the issues facing the circuit clerks' offices.

    "The stay hasn't been lifted, so we don't know if we marry someone, will it be valid down the line if they want to get a divorce, or if one of them passes away and that's when they find out the marriage wasn't valid," Gavin said. "We need to know what forms to use, how are we to do it, what laws to follow, what to do if they're under 18, where are we on all this? We're just clerks, we don't make decisions of law. The mandate hasn't even been given by the Supreme Court to go forward."

    NOTE: A previous version of the story incorrectly identified the Simpson County Circuit Clerk employee as Lou Ann Bailey. The employee was not Bailey but someone sitting in her desk Tuesday morning.

    This is a developing story.
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    Sex abuse victim to file lawsuit against Josh Duggar: report
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    01 JUL 2015 AT 12:05 ET
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    One of Josh Duggar’s molestation victims is planning to file a lawsuit against the reality show star and former anti-LGBT activist.

    The suit will be filed by a victim who is not a family member, reported InTouch Weekly – which first broke the news about the molestation case.

    The new report is based on anonymous sources.

    Two of the 27-year-old Duggar’s sisters appeared last month on Fox News and admitted their brother had molested them more than a decade ago at their family’s home.

    He molested two other sisters as they slept, according to investigators, along with a babysitter who was staying at the Duggar home.

    Duggar admitted to sexually abusing the girls but was never prosecuted because police did not learn about the claims until the statute of limitations had run out.

    A legal expert quoted by InTouch said victims would still be able to file a civil suit against the “19 Kids and Counting” star under Arkansas Code Annotated Section 16-56-130 – which allows civil action when a sexual abuse victim starts to experience the effects of the abuse years later.

    A lawsuit would almost certainly force Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar to reveal what they knew about their son’s pattern of sexual abuse and any actions they took to cover up his actions.

    “All the church elders who knew about this will have to be named,” a source told the magazine.

    The legal expert told the magazine that the couple would not be able to invoke the Fifth Amendment because the criminal statute of limitations has expired for any crimes related to the alleged cover-up.

    TLC has shelved their long-running popular reality show in the wake of the revelations but has made no long-term decision about the program.
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    Nevada's Bunny Ranch Brothel Offering Free Weddings To Gay Couples

    The Bunny Ranch has modified its iconic logo to reflect its support for same sex marriage.

    CARSON CITY, Nev., July 2, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- With The Supreme Court's landmark decision legalizing gay marriage in all 50 states, Bunny Ranch owner Dr. Dennis Hof is using his newly earned title of "minister" to make an offer to gay couples who want to join in a legal union.

    Through Labor Day, Hof is inviting gay couples to come to the famed "Bunny Ranch" legal brothel in Carson City, Nevada to be married by him, absolutely free. Hof was recently ordained as a minister, and he thinks that the timing is incredibly fortuitous.

    "I'm paying for the marriage licenses, and we'll host a great reception for the couples in one of our plush VIP suites," says Hof, author of "The Art Of The Pimp" & star of HBO's "Cathouse" series chronicling life at the world famous legal bordello. "A large part of our business has become couples coming here to explore having another girl join them in a sexual experience, and many of those couples have been lesbians. Being able to provide them with the ability to legally join hands in marriage and then consummating the union right here on site with the assistance of a beautiful bunny if they so chose will be a true honor for me. I'm happy to pay for the licenses so these couples can fully enjoy the basic human rights that they have been rightfully owed for so long."

    Hof also credits his recent decision to house Scott Thorson, the ex boyfriend of Liberace, with providing an eye opening insight into the gay rights struggle. "Everyone has a close friend or relative who is gay, whether they know it or not," says Hof. "Having Scott live at The Bunny Ranch for a period of months right next door to my house while he got back on his feet allowed me to have day to day interaction with a gay person who over time became a very close friend. If someone were to tell me that my friend isn't worthy of loving someone and being loved in return, that person and I would have a big problem."

    The offer is open to all gay, lesbian and transgender couples, and they can contact the Bunny Ranch immediately at [email protected] to reserve a date for their free wedding.
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