• Bikini waxes are killing crabs


    Not a bikini wax, just a blonde babe in a bikini

    To all the women who have endured the searing pain (and possible pleasure?) of a bikini wax, we would like to take this opportunity to thank you. Not only because a waxed/well-groomed vagina is aesthetically pleasing and feels cool but because pubic hair’s unpopularity is getting rid of pubic lice (aka CRABS).

    Over the last decade, where pubic grooming has become more and more popular, doctors in the U.S. and Australia have noticed a dramatic decline in the number of people affected by crabs. The largest sexual health clinic in Sydney, Australia has not seen a woman with a case of pubic lice since 2008.

    “Pubic grooming has led to a severe depletion of crab louse populations,” said Ian F. Burgess, a medical entomologist with Insect Research & Development Ltd. in Cambridge, England. “Add to that other aspects of body hair depilation, and you can see an environmental disaster in the making for this species.” Wait…What? Continue Reading

    January 14, 2013 • Sex News • Views: 1435

  • NO on Measure B

    No on Measure B

    Measure B is a proposed mandate that would force all adult performers to wear condoms in their films. Despite the syphilis scare that happened this summer, the adult industry is very serious about blood tests for performers. Why should city health officials be sent to sets throughout Los Angeles to make sure performers are wearing condoms? Is it not the responsibility of the industry and the performers to ensure their health and safety?

    Give the kids and seniors their goddamn flu shots and stay off the set.

    Mind you, it’s never a bad idea to wear a condom when you’re having sex in your personal life. Sex in your personal life doesn’t require monthly blood-tests so it’s best to be safe.

    September 25, 2012 • Sex News • Views: 439

  • Mr. Marcus Named as Source of Syphilis Scare

    Mr. Marcus will no longer be known for his trademarked wearing a hat during a sex scene. That will be superseded by being the source of the porn industry’s 2012 syphilis scare.

    Mr. Marcus, as usual, wearing a hat

    He made a public apology at his San Fernando office with representatives from the Free Speech Coalition for altering the results of his STI test after he tested positive for syphilis.

    In an emotional interview with XBIZ, Mr. Marcus admitted to making mistakes in the last few weeks but didn’t feel like he was endangering anyone while he was performing between July 24th and August 8th.

    On July 12th, Mr. Marcus received his positive test result and was administered a penicillin shot the following day. He was told not to have sex for seven to ten days.

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    August 23, 2012 • Sex News • Views: 606