Naked News: virginity, sex ed, revenge porn, and what's really behind homophobia

New research shows that boys are becoming more romantic and more careful — more like girls, some people might say — when it comes to their first sexual experiences. But just because your first time is candle-lit, doesn’t mean you should trust each other with nude photos…

* Sociological research shows boys are becoming more romantic and more careful (a.k.a. shit-scared of being a teen dad) about their first sexual experiences.

* FDA adds warnings to the Yaz birth control pill about increased blood clot risks.

* Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker quietly signs four bills about women’s health care and sex education (not positive bills, needless to say).

* Revenge porn entrepreneur provides yet another reason not to let just anyone — or, perhaps: Anyone. Period. — take your nude photo.

* From the no-shit-Sherlock department: Researchers at the University of Missouri found that sexual objectification of women in music videos isn’t the sole realm of male stars — female artists frequently objectify themselves in their own videos.

* New CDC data show sex ed is becoming less prevalent in grades 6 through 12.

* Why it’s so hard to get child porn removed from Wikipedia.

* A series of psychological studies finds that homophobia is more pronounced in individuals with an unacknowledged attraction to the same sex and who grew up with authoritarian parents who forbade such desires. Which should be no surprise to certain members of the Republican Party.

* ACLU questions far reach of new laws banning sex offenders from social networks and online gaming.


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