Friday, April 17, 2015

Mother charged of Hosting ‘Naked Twister Party’ for Teen Daughter, Friends

An Evans mother was arrested Monday accused of hosting a party with drugs and alcohol for her teenage daughter and her friends. Rachel Lynn Lehnardt, 35, was charged with two counts of contributing to the delinquency of a minor. An Augusta woman told authorities Saturday that she was recently appointed as Lehnardt’s sponsor through Alcoholics Anonymous and Lehnardt told her about a recent incident at her home, according to a Columbia County Sheriff’s Office incident report. Lenhardt said her children were with their father when her 16-year-old daughter texted asking if she could have friends over “to party,” according to the report. She agreed and allowed her daughter and her friends to drink alcohol and smoke marijuana in her home. The woman said Lehnardt continued to describe the incident stating she played naked Twister with the teens and had sex with an 18-year-old and her daughter’s 16-year-old boyfriend, according to the report. The woman said Lehnardt also claimed she showed photos of herself and her boyfriend having sex and other pornographic material to her daughter. Lehnardt was released from the Columbia County Detention Center after posting a $3,200 bond, according to jailers.

Monday, March 4, 2013

Ex-teacher pleads guilty to sex with underage boy

News from CNA ..
Date: 04 March 2013 SINGAPORE: A former teacher has pleaded guilty to having consensual sex with her former student. The 32-year-old woman, who cannot be named, admitted that she had consensual sex with the boy twice, when he was 13 years old. The first offence was committed in Sembawang Park in May 2011, while the second was committed at her home in July 2011. At the time of the offences, the woman was 31 years old. Court documents showed that the two met when she was teaching in Primary 6. The boy, a repeat student, would tell the teacher about his schoolmates who were smoking outside of school. She bought him a bottle of perfume as a reward. They grew closer and started dating. This continued until the accused turned herself in after the school principal asked her to write a report defining her relationship with the boy. The ex-teacher faces a jail term of up to 10 years and a fine for having sex with a minor.

Monday, October 3, 2011

ha ha, news from TNP ...

"Singaporean Audrey Tan, 27, is making waves in New Zealand after becoming the first Asian to win the country's Miss Erotica title."

Friday, July 16, 2010

Poll to study porn usage, among other sexual habits

Fri, Jul 16, 2010
my paper

FINDING out how widespread the habit of indulging in pornography is in Singapore may help reverse the falling birth rate here.

Looking at pornographic material may disrupt the need to engage in sexual activities in marriage, which would then result in fewer babies, said the Singapore Planned Parenthood Association (SPPA).

So the non-profit organisation, which promotes sexual and reproductive health, aims to find out how many people are looking at pornography and how often they are doing so - among other sexual habits - through an online survey.

Through the Fertility Awareness Survey, which it launched yesterday, it hopes to discover the factors causing the low birth rate here and resolve them.

For example, should pornography prove to be a pressing issue, it would advise couples on the matter during its sexual-intimacy talks, and rope in other voluntary welfare organisations and government agencies like the Health Promotion Board to help.

It also plans to offer counselling services and, through publishing the survey's results, spur couples facing the issue to come forward.

The association also hopes to use the survey results to raise public awareness of contraception and sexually transmitted diseases.

It aims to get 2,200 people, aged 16 to 40, to take its 52-question survey within three months.

The results will then be analysed by a panel of professionals including Professor Wong Peng Cheang, head of department of obstetrics and gynaecology at the National University of Singapore.

The SPPA carried out a similar survey in 1981, but that had focused on young people aged 14 to 21.

Attitudes may have changed since then, and the survey will give a better idea of what people in the reproductive age group think, said Prof Wong.

Mr Edward Ong, the SPPA's president, said that the survey will help to "create a profile of the young people and their lifestyles and, if other organisations find it useful, they can use it to model their programmes after the findings".

More than 30 people have completed the survey. To take part, visit Participants can remain anonymous, but those who want to stand a chance of winning movie vouchers and a $150 dining voucher in a lucky draw can key in their identity-card number.

Friday, July 9, 2010

Hong Kong gang-rape victim not Singaporean, says MFA

On June 29, the young woman was allegedly raped six times by three Nepalese men on a yacht. -AsiaOne

Thu, Jul 08, 2010

Singapore Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA) said yesterday that the woman allegedly raped by three men was not a Singaporean, as reported by national daily The Straits Times.

Local media had reported that the university student was from Singapore. She was allegedly gang-raped while on an exchange programme in Hong Kong.

This happened on June 29 when the young woman was allegedly raped six times by three Nepalese men on a yacht.

She had met them earlier at a pub in Lan Kwai Fong, Hong Kong's famous nightlife district.

Two men were charged on Monday with rape as well as aiding and abetting rape. The third, who is out on bail, is to report back to police by the end of the month.

Tuesday, July 6, 2010

Singaporean gang-raped in HK

A SINGAPOREAN undergraduate was gang-raped last month while on an exchange programme in Hong Kong, Hong Kong newspaper Sing Tao Daily reported on Sunday.

The Hong Kong police have arrested a man in connection with the crime, and are looking for two others who are believed to have been involved.

The woman, 22, had gone alone to a bar in Lan Kwai Fong, an area in the Central district with many bars and restaurants, and had become drunk.

Three Nepalese men who worked in the bar - two of whom are believed to be brothers - approached her and invited her to a party on a yacht.

She accepted their invitation, and they took her to a yacht in the Causeway Bay area, where they took turns to rape her, for a total of six times. The men had left by the time she woke up the following morning. She made a police report, and was taken to hospital for an examination.

Police in Hong Kong have classified the case as rape, the newspaper said. Police identified the three men, after visiting the bar and the yacht and reviewing the bar's closed-circuit television footage, and arrested one of the men near Lan Kwai Fong. -- MY PAPER - July 6, 2010

Friday, June 25, 2010

domain name .xxx suffix for websites with pornographic content

I am curious and will be looking forward to domain name with .xxx. It was reported it will be an official domain name address.

BRUSSELS - THE company that oversees Web addresses is expected to give the go-ahead on Friday for the creation of a .xxx suffix for websites with pornographic content, company officials indicated on Thursday.

The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN), which oversees the Internet on behalf of the US government, has in the past resisted creating a .xxx generic domain name system akin to those for .com and .net.

It has in recent years repeatedly rejected a request by US company ICM Registry Inc. to sign off on the .xxx domain.

But members of ICANN's board have argued that in order to maintain neutrality in dealing with domain name assignations, it should create .xxx and allow websites with sexually explicit content to start using the suffix on a voluntary basis.

'If expedited due diligence results are successful, then staff will proceed into contract negotiations with ICM (over .xxx),' ICANN's general counsel John Jeffrey told delegates at a week-long ICANN meeting in Brussels on Thursday.

Online pornography is a vast industry. Figures collated by Internet Pornography Statistics suggest more than US$3,000 (S$4,175) is spent on Internet pornography every second, with 'sex' the number one search term in the world, accounting for 25 per cent of all Internet searches. -- REUTERS

source: June, 25 2010