Posts Tagged ‘Sex’

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New Mexico Sect Leader Guilty in Child Sex Case

December 16, 2008

An apocalyptic religious sect’s leader was convicted Monday of criminal sexual contact with an underage girl in an incident he called a spiritual healing exercise.

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Tyra Banks ‘Shocked’ by Teenage Sex Crisis (Video)

November 18, 2008
tyra-banks2.jpgParents, brace yourselves: The survey results are in, and you may not like what they reveal about girls and sex.¬†More than 10,000 teenage girls and young women took part in an anonymous survey over the summer on TyraShow.com, the Web site of “The Tyra Banks Show.”

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Georgia Law Bans Sex Offenders from Worship

November 17, 2008

Critics of Georgia’s sweeping new crackdown on sex offenders urged a
federal judge Thursday to block a provision that bans offenders from
volunteering at churches because they say it robs them of their right
to participate in religious worship.

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Pastor Mark Driscoll Preaches Sex That is Free from Sin

November 14, 2008

mark_driscoll.jpgThe Song of Songs is said to be the most erotic and exciting book in
Scripture yet its contents are hardly preached on. When the book is
taught in church, it is usually taught as an allegory, and not
literally as an intimate relationship between a husband and a wife.

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Pastor Ed Young Wants Married Couples to have Sex Every Day for a Week

November 12, 2008

ed-young1.jpgGod may have rested on the seventh day, but the Rev. Ed Young wants married couples to have sex all week long. Once a day. Beginning this Sunday.

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Secret Service Officer Arrested in Sex Sting (Video)

November 11, 2008
A sergeant in the uniformed division of the Secret Service was early Saturday after he allegedly solicited sex from an undercover police officer posing as a prostitute. 

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Legality of California’s Same-Sex Marriage Ban Challenged

November 11, 2008

The future of same-sex marriage in the Golden State will rest, once again, in the hands of its highest court. But this time, its fate will hinge on a different question: Can a state constitutional ban on same-sex marriage go before voters? Or must it go before the legislature first?

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