Milwaukee man accused of having sex with ten-year-old girl, getting her pregnant


guider-300A 39-year-old Milwaukee man is accused of having sex with a ten-year-old girl — and getting her pregnant. The accused is Darrick Guider. He faces a charge of first-degree sexual assault of a child under the age of 12.

According to the criminal complaint, the victim moved into a relative’s home where Guider lived in June 2014.

The victim told police that “one night, shortly after she moved into this home, she was watching television upstairs in a room. She was lying on the bed when the defendant came in. The defendant told her that ‘this is how [you] make money.’” The complaint then indicates the victim “tried to get her (relative’s) attention by screaming, but the defendant put his hand over her mouth.” Guider then allegedly assaulted the girl.

The complaint says the victim “recalls various instances” where Guider attempted to have sex with her. The complaint also says the victim told her relative in December that Guider had been “messing with her.” But the relative apparently did not believe the victim.

In January, the complaint says the relative took the girl to a pediatrician who then said she should immediately take the girl to Children’s Hospital. The relative did not act on this advice. In March, another relative noticed the girl “appeared pregnant.” A visit to Mt. Sinai Hospital confirmed the girl was indeed pregnant — and due “at the end of May or the beginning of June.”

If convicted, Guider faces up to 60 years in prison.

Yoga instructor flashed, abused kids at bar mitzvah


Scottsdale police have arrested a 32-year-old Yoga instructor on suspicion of multiple sex crimes after officers were told she reportedly performed oral sex on a 15-year-old boy last weekend during a bar mitzvah, according to a department spokesman.

635628860570446961-Lindsey-RadomskiLindsey Ann Radomski told authorities she was intoxicated and does not remember the alleged encounter with the boy, said Sgt. Ben Hoster, a department spokesman.

Police said between 80 and 100 people were at the home near Via Linda and Shea Boulevard at the time of the party and that Radomski, who recently got breast implants, reportedly exposed them to several people at the party, Hoster said.

Guests told Radomski to “sleep it off” after she reportedly flashed adults and children near a backyard pool, Hoster said.

After the other adults had left the party of gone to sleep, police said Radomski invited seven boys into a room and let them touch and fondle her breasts.

The other boys then left the room and investigators said Radomski performed oral sex on a 15-year-old boy.

A mother of one of the boys called Radomski the next day and the yoga instructor said she remembered exposing her breasts at the party, but Radomski said she did not recall anything that took place in the room because she had been drinking, according to court records.

Radomski later told police it was possible that she had engaged in sexual activity with the boys in the room but also said alcohol clouded her memory, according to court documents.

Radomski was arrested on suspicion of sexual abuse and sexual conduct with a minor, Hoster said.

She was held on a $10,000 bond and will have to wear an electronic monitoring device if she is released from custody, according to court records.

Why size has nothing to do with sex appeal (possibly not safe for work)


According to recent research from the underwear brand Adore Me, when it comes to looking hot in a pair of knickers, curvy brunettes beat skinny blondes in the sex appeal stakes.

This comes as welcome news.

Not because I am, indeed, a curvy brunette – but because, finally, we have evidence that there is room for everyone when it comes to being sexy.

And despite the best efforts of the fashion industry to convince us otherwise, thin does not always win.

You’d have had to be living under a rock for the past decade not to recognise that the fashion industry sells us an ideal.

Short of the odd novelty plus size model ‘breaking the mold’ once a season – to get headlines more than genuinely show diversity from the designer – the majority of the time, woman are told that, unless they are three Twiglets away from an eating disorder, they’re big.

Underwear brand Adore Me says curvy brunettes sell more knickers (Picture: Adore Me)

The uplifting news about this campaign has less to do with the ‘discovery’ that a plus size model is hot (no s**t, Sherlock) and more that, given the choice, Joe public actually prefers a bit of meat on the bone.

The model on the left sold more (Picture: Adore Me)

Yes, the models above are both beautiful girls – the ‘choice’ is hardly a tough one and despite the fact that the ‘curvy’ model is still just that – a beautiful, olive-skinned, perfectly toned (read: airbrushed) model, actually a few extra kilos on her ass makes no difference whatsoever when it comes to sex appeal.

Let me repeat that, to all the women wasting precious days, months or years of their lives obsessing over a barely noticeable muffin top.

You are the only person that gives a s**t.

Being a size 14 is not the reason you haven’t got a boyfriend.

Having no confidence in your curves is.

Woman in lingerie
Does it look like I lack confidence? (Picture: Getty)

Seriously, you think men even know what a size 14 is?

Trust me, when it comes to a women standing partially clothed in front of them, wearing little more than a thong and a smile, your waist measurement is not what’s on your potential new lover’s mind.

So, what can we learn from this?

Well, not a great deal, as it happens.

Two hot chicks in underwear are hardly a fair representation of universal sexual attraction.

However, it does say this much – when it come to beauty ideals, blonde or brunette, thin or curvy – there is no better or worse, only more sellable or less marketable.

And that, advertising campaigns aside, when it comes to ‘sexy’ – it’s a personal choice.

This campaign can’t speak for everyone but it does tell us one thing – it’s certainly not a woman’s size that makes her sexy.

Iowa politician caught reading ‘Sex After Sixty’ book during House debate


Maybe he should buy an e-reader?

A bored lawmaker was busted reading a book called “Sex After Sixty” during an important Iowa House debate, reports the Des Moines Register.

20201407Republican state Rep. Ross Paustian was supposed to have been having his say over the collective bargaining rights for teachers.

But instead, the 59-year-old became engrossed in the self-help manual by Robert Butler and Myrna Lewis.

He faced a barrage of abuse after Des Moines Register reporter Brianne Pfannenstiel posted the photo on Twitter on Wednesday, reports ABC News.

But he claimed that the book wasn’t even his, and had just been passed over to him by fellow Republican Rep. Robert Bacon.

Bacon recently turned 60 and had been given the tome as a gift gag, he added.

Paustian also claimed that he was “totally engaged in what was going on the floor.”

“I knew what was going on. I knew how we were going to vote on amendments. So it wasn’t like I wasn’t paying attention to what was going on,”he told KCRG.

“If any of my constituents were offended, I apologize. I certainly wasn’t trying to offend anybody. I’m doing my job here for my constituents,” he added.

New Study Just Dropped Some Truth Bombs About The Risks Of Watching Porn, And Men Are Going To Be Excited!


Um…so…watching porn is actually good for us!

Validation! Finally.


Sorry. That was gratuitous.


All these years of hard work jerks haven’t been for naught, friends. The results of a new study from scientists — SCIENTISTS, YAY! — at the University of California are saying that men who watch more porn have better sex lives. Why is that, you ask? Because dudes who fap to porn are less likely to suffer from erectile dysfunction and have higher sex drives. But don’t just take my word for it…

According to Mirror:

Researchers Nicole Prause and James Pfaus recruited 280 men and asked them to meticulously record their porn viewing hours per week.

The men – who were straight, white and mostly in their early 20s – were also asked to fill out questionnaires on their sexual desire and activity.

The scientists found arousal rose to its highest level for men who watched more than two hours of porn per week.

It also increased the amount the men wanted to be with their partners.

Those who watched no porn at all had an ‘arousal score’ of just over 40. But for those who watched porn, the score was more than 50.

“This pattern suggests that those who view more visual sexual stimuli (VSS) are likely to have a higher sexual drive,” the scientists wrote in the Journal of Sexual Medicine.

There it is.  So…

you know…


Because it’s good for you and shit.

“Sex education without porn is not sex education”


Brace yourselves, faint-hearted countrymen and women: if you thought the fact that we’re considering making sex education for five-year-olds statutory was bad enough, now a Scandinavian sexologist (for who else could it be?) is recommending that porn should be shown in the classroom. It may be for pedagogical reasons, so that it can be critically analysed as a way of teaching teenagers that it is nothing like real sex; but still, you can see the panicked headlines if it were to be advocated here.

A sex education class at Didcot Girls' School, Oxfordshire.It’s a shame that porn in the classroom would be such a source of controversy in Britain. It is a progressive move that would only catch on if the nation were to undergo a wholesale sexual shame transplant. Nevertheless, we can fantasise. Wouldn’t it be marvellous if the buttoned-up British could transform overnight into a liberated mass of laid-back, well-adjusted Euro-shaggers who have grown up in households that are comfortable with nudity? (I tend to view the whole of Scandinavia as a kind of gigantic sauna full of sweaty, consensual fun and judgment-free openness. With feminism, and meatball snacks.)

Were society to discuss porn openly and critically, our children would be better adjusted, and our sex lives would, in all likelihood, be more fulfilled. There are those who doubt the anecdotal evidence of what young men and women have been telling researchers over the years: that porn is affecting their sexual relationships in myriad disturbing and distressing ways.

Young women have told me how surprised they have been when, during sex, hands have been placed around their necks, their hair has been pulled so hard they’ve wept, their faces and breasts have been ejaculated on without consent. We know that 40% of teenage girls have been pressured into sex, and that there is the very real problem of gang exploitation. Young men have spoken about their inability to become aroused by “real” girls anymore, and about the isolating impact of porn addiction on their lives.

You may doubt their testimonies, but anyone who interacts regularly with young people knows that hardcore porn is increasingly mainstream. To any parent who worries that porn in the classroom would lead to it becoming normalised, I would say this: too late. By the time your child is 15 or 16, the age at which Professor Christian Graugaard suggests the sessions take place, they will have already seen porn. Sorry to break it to you.

As someone who goes into schools to talk to pupils about the sometimes subtle but hugely destructive sexism of women’s magazines, I know the importance of being able to critically analyse the media that you are bombarded with. Equally teenagers realise that a lot of what they are presented with is cynical, or designed to manipulate, and are always keen to discuss why this is.

Granted, being made to watch porn in a classroom alongside 30 other pupils is unlikely to be a comfortable experience, but it could be useful to have an adult point out the plot holes (no pun intended, obviously), in the manner of “OK, guys, so that orgasm is obviously fake, because as you can see he’s barely in and already she’s going buck-wild”. Teenagers might be able to spot that the action that is taking place isn’t happening in a real nurse’s office (even the horniest adolescent knows that medical staff don’t dress head to toe in vinyl). But they could do with some guidance in other areas, especially with regards to consent. Why is she crying? Didn’t she say “no” repeatedly? What’s going on here? Who is in control, and why?

The absence of an alternative narrative, coupled with the pressure to make their own porn using phones, is frightening
Detractors will argue that young people can tell the difference between fantasy and reality, and to an extent they can. But the complete absence of an alternative narrative, coupled with the pressure young people are under to make their own porn using phones, is frightening. Turning teenagers into “conscientious and critical consumers” cannot fail to sound progressive in comparison with the level of guidance educators are currently providing.

I suspect there may be a long way still to go. In the UK, adult memories of school sex education are inextricably entwined with a palpable sense of embarrassment. I have heard many such horror stories, but the tale that best encapsulates the British attitude towards talking about sex in the classroom was that of a young woman whose teacher conducted the entire lesson while sitting behind a screen. And that was just the mechanics.

As for discussing pornography in an unflappable manner, I just don’t think we could do it. (“Fnar fnar, you just said flaps, miss!” See?) This is mainly because teachers are, other than their own parents, the last people that teenagers want to hear about sex from. But what if you had a team of specially trained professionals who came in and talked about it? Groups such as the student-led Sexpression:UK, whose volunteers are not only closer in age to the pupils, but carry the added kudos of not teaching them about oxbow lakes and soil erosion for the rest of the week, have been very successful.

It is time we wake up to the fact that a sex education curriculum that does not include porn is not a sex education curriculum, and furthermore is one that is failing in its safeguarding duty. Because better discussion of porn and consent is vital when set against a backdrop of child sexual exploitation.

Teenagers have passionate views on sex and porn and want to talk about them. Embarrassing though it may be, it’s high time adults started talking back.

Man’s Penis ‘Snaps’ During Sex (NSFW)


While we’re on penis stories ……

That’s gotta hurt. Picture NSFW at the end of the article.

A jarring image published in the New England Journal of Medicine on Thursday shows a penile ‘fracture’ that occurred after a man jammed his erect penis into his lover’s perineum.

Dr. Robert J. Hartman, Jr., of Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston, said the unfortunate fellow heard a snap followed by severe pain, and then watched in disbelief as blood started rushing out of the opening at the tip of his penis. The accident occurred in the spring of 2014, Dr. Hartman told The Huffington Post in an email Friday.

Dr. Hartman writes in the Journal:

The penile “fracture” refers to a tear in the tunica albuginea, the watertight fibrous outer sheath of the corpora cavernosa that is responsible for maintaining the structural integrity of an erection. Disruption of the tunica results in a loss of blood outside the corpora, causing a hematoma.

The otherwise-healthy man soon developed a bulbous, “eggplant deformity” that had to be corrected with surgery. Dr. Hartman described the procedure in an email to The Huffington post.

“We ‘deglove’ the penis [by] essentially making a circumferential skin incision around the head of the penis,” he wrote. “We then pull that skin all the way back to the base of the penis, exposing the erectile cylinders of the penis, as well as the urethra. This allows us to easily identify the injury — ‘the crack’ — in the cylinder and close it with stitches.”

Fortunately the procedure to correct the injury was successful, and he was released from the hospital the next day.

Follow-up appointments at three and six months revealed that the patient eventually regained the ability to maintain a full erection, “without appreciable plaque formation or penile curvature,” meaning that his wang isn’t scarred or bent out of shape in a significant way.

Hartman told HuffPost his urology unit at Brigham and Women’s sees a penile “fracture” about once every month or two.