Man Calls 911 When Stripper Won’t Have Sex With Him


Who’d turn down a guy like this?

r-WILLIAM-600x275William McDaniel, 53, was arrested Saturday night after he allegedly called police to complain that a stripper would not have sex with him, according to The Smoking Gun.

McDaniel had been visiting Sagebrush Sam’s in Butte, Montana, where police say he gave a woman $350 for a private dance. The dance ended abruptly when McDaniel allegedly became “sexually aggressive” towards the dancer, law enforcement told The Montana Standard.

Unhappy that his advances were denied, the man allegedly called 911 to inform authorities that the woman would not have sex with him.

Authorities responded by charging McDaniel with soliciting prostitution, accordion to KTVQ.

Butte-Silver Bow Undersheriff George Skuletich told The Montana Standard that McDaniel felt he was “ripped off” and “assumed he paid the $350 for sexual acts that didn’t occur.”

In the Near Future, ‘Robotic Sex Partners Will Be a Commonplace’


Irobot_sex-558x279n the wake of engineers announcing that they have built an army of 1,000 small robots that can come into formation on command, a report is now saying that by 2025 “robotic sex partners will become commonplace.” Yes, you heard right. Sex robots.

Not only that, but these robots will be stealing work from both blue and white-collar professionals.

Fifty-percent of experts who were polled said it was inevitable that these man-made machines would one day take over the world. In the future, it looks like they’ll be taking more jobs from humans than they create.

The report, called “AI, Robotics, and the Future of Jobs,” pretty much explained what some experts thought would happen if AI and robot advancements continued on the creepily steady path that they seem to be on. This includes the reality that, someday soon, artificiality will get bored of their repetitive tasks and finally decide to take over “wide segments of daily life.”

GigaOM Research’s Stowe Boyd agrees that people won’t like it very much, but contends that artificial sex workers will be dealt with much like how “critics today bemoan selfies as an indicator of all that’s wrong with the world.”

From the production line to your bedroom. These sexbots will look, feel and move similar to an actual human being, and will probably be decent enough to satisfy the sexual desires of most people.

Who knows what would happen if lovotics — the study of human-bot relationships — progresses so much that people actually fall in love with their sexbot? There’s most likely going to be some extensive ramifications.

When futurologist Ian Yeoman spoke at Australia’s Tourism Futures conference, he forecasted that there would soon be fake resorts with robot staff, including robot prostitutes.

Here’s what Yeoman had to say:

Robotics will become important, because you’re going to have labour shortages in the future. Even robot prostitutes’ that would not pass on diseases such as HIV could make an appearance.

We’d like to think that things would never get as bad as they did in I, Robot or A.I. Artificial Intelligence. Having a real-life sci-fi thriller on my hands is not something I’d like to experience in my lifetime, or being forced to have sex with a robot.

The best sex tips you’ll ever hear — from a man with no penis


Leave it to a man with no penis to school the Internet on sexual intimacy. That’s what happened when a man who allegedly lost part of his genitals in a childhood accident took to Reddit toanswer questions about life without a phallus.

gZdrmUuUnder the evocative screen name “penisindoor,” he claimed that at age 12 he put his erect member through a door crack to tease his buddies and one of them — a friend who was, in “penisindoor’s” words, unfamiliar with the basic laws of physics — slammed it shut. After a trip to the hospital, he says he was left with just the stump of his penis, fully intact testicles and a rerouted urethral opening. (He provided photographic evidence, if you’re interested.) The 30-something-year-old is fully capable of orgasm and ejaculation, he says. And, no, the absence of a penis does not prevent him from having sex with his girlfriend.

This last bit came as a shocking revelation to some redditors. How, they wanted to know. Sex equals penis in vagina, right? How can you have sex without a penis?! “I still have part of my shaft under there which still has nerve endings,” he wrote in response. “Use your imagination for the rest.” He added, importantly, “Any loving couple can be intimate.” Those just might be two of the best sex tips around: 1) Use your imagination, and 2) Any loving couple can be intimate. Seriously, sit with that for a minute. So much energy is spent trying to gather wisdom on being “good at” sex. From puberty on, we develop encyclopedic knowledge of all the many positions and moves two or more people can do. We agonize about our anatomy: Is my penis too small? Is my vagina tight enough? Are my boobs big enough?

Great sex is so much simpler than all that — and “penisindoor” has that figured out. Don’t get me wrong: Penises are great. They’re super awesome. Indeed, “penisindoor” misses his enough that he’s hoping to get an experimental and risky penile transplant — and best of luck to him. But his story shows that sexual pleasure and intimacy are way bigger than any dick could ever be. Relatedly, a study just came out finding that lesbians and men of all sexual orientations experience more orgasms than heterosexual women. (We needed science to tell us this?) It just goes to show that penis-in-vagina sex is just one kind of sex, and that it certainly isn’t inherently the most mutually pleasurable kind.

Sex therapist Ian Kerner told me, “As a culture, we are very much caught up in the ‘intercourse-discourse’ which privileges penis-vagina sex over other forms of sex-play, but there are many pleasure-paths worth exploring,” he said. “Between a creative, caring sexual mind and a fully functional penis, the former will more consistently generate orgasms than the latter.” And, for the record, sexual pleasure is not all that uncommon in extreme cases of injury like this one. “Orgasm and ejaculation are separate processes and even men with severe spinal injuries are known to experience the former, so it’s not at all unlikely that this man would be able to experience the pleasurable sensations of gratifying sex in his own particular way,” says Kerner.

I showed the AMA to Debby Herbenick, a sex research at the Kinsey Institute, and she loved “penisindoor’s” perspective. “We all have things we cannot change in life whether it’s our body shape or our age, or that we’re all aging, or our breast asymmetry or an STI or a special interest,” says Herbenick, author of “Sex Made Easy: Your Awkward Questions Answered — For Better, Smarter, Amazing Sex.” “Whether we approach this feeling ‘stuck’ or from a perspective of possibility is a huge part of it.” She added, “Knowing that openness and imagination are important is valuable, as is understanding that intimacy is about more than parts. Arousal is about more than parts.”

Speaking of intimacy, “penisindoor” honored his girlfriend’s request that he keep the details of their sex life private. He gamely answered redditors questions unless they veered into territory his girlfriend was uncomfortable with. What a man, eh?

Now, all this comes with a great big caveat: His story has yet to be verified, his original post has been taken down and he didn’t respond to my requests for an interview — so who knows just how legit it is. But whoever “penisindoor” is, he exhibited a startlingly enlightened view of sex, the kind you rarely ever see in online forums filled with identity-obscuring screen names. It’s a welcome reminder in our dick-obsessed culture that sex can happen without a penis. Oh, also?Not all men have penises.

World Cup Of Sex: These Countries Score Big In The Bedroom


n-GLOBAL-SEX-large300It’s not looking good, Chile.

The survey of 35,000 individuals between the ages of 21 and 55, from 30 countries, came up with some pretty interesting, if not, moderately surprising results, about the sex practices and habits of those around the globe. Although they might be known for being crybabies at the moment, Brazilians are definitely not lacking in the bedroom.

So, let’s break this down, shall we?

While the global average of sex, including foreplay, is only 32.5 minutes, the majority of those surveyed (79 percent), are pretty satisfied with their sex life. Great! The two countries where the highest amount of sexual satisfaction can be found is in England and Greece, followed by Japan to round out the top three sex-happy corners of the world. Unfortunately, for Chile, they’re last on the list.

But, as I mentioned, the Brazilians, in all their glorious beauty (and tears), do take the cake in the bedroom by having the most stamina. While the global average for sex is just over 30 minutes, 34 percent of Brazilians claim their average is 46 minutes or longer. In contrast, on the other side of the globe, the Aussies don’t have such a stellar reputation. For them, 10 percent of those surveyed said their average duration for sex was — wait for it — 10 minutes. I blame vegemite. Have you tried that stuff? Yes, it’s to blame.

Getting back to Europe, the Swiss and Greek really like to get around. Twenty-six percent of those from Switzerland and 25 percent of those from Greece have said to have slept with more than 20 people. It’s not exactly Samantha Jones type of numbers, but it’s pretty high up there — however, practice makes perfect. In keeping with their reputation, 75 percent of the French admitted to cheating. However, the Belgians and Australians (maybe because of their track record?), are the least likely to stray and look for sex elsewhere.

When it came to those willing to admit they faked it, that award when to Colombians with 70 percent saying that those moans are big, fat lies, and Chile and Brazil weren’t too far behind. Again, Chile? Really? But despite this, Brazilians seem to fancy themselves quite the experts in bed (delusions of grandeur, I believe is the term), along with the Greeks and Italians. Spoon-feed me pasta during sex, Italy, and I’ll agree, too.

Finally, rounding out the sex-related questions, when it came to owning sex toys, England came in first place with 94 percent having at least one in their drawer of treats. Last on that list, with 50 percent living a sex toy-free life? Chile. Oh, Chile. What are we going to do will you?

It may be another four years before football fans across the globe can hoop and holler at their TV cheering on their home team, but in the meantime, we can still work on our sex game. Brazil needs to get their act together on the field, Argentina’s Messi needs to quit sulking, and Chile, well, I love you, but you need to step it up all over the place.

As for the big winners, Germany, the sex survey results didn’t seem to include them. I guess when you’re champions of the world, how you perform in bed in secondary? Nah, I think not.


Married Teacher, 32, Accused Of Having Sexual Relationship With Student, 13


We’ve been reporting on teachers sleeping with students for almost ten years, but I swear it seems as if it’s becoming more common. So much so that I now have to choose which teacher story I want to write up.

Mary-Faith-McCormickToday I chose not to go with the Oklahoma teacher who followed a student 650 miles to have sex, and decided on 32-year-old Mary Faith McCormick. She’s the married teacher who just got busted having a sexual relationship with a 13-year-old student.

According to the affidavit, the sexual relationship between the two began after a friend of the 13-year-old dared him to contact McCormick. He did, and McCormick reciprocated.

The relationship eventually turned into a sexual one with the two having sex on at least two occasions between June and August. On one of these occasions, the boy and a friend went over to McCormick’s apartment to watch a movie where the 13-year-old had sex with McCormick in her bedroom.

The two were busted mainly because of their Snapchat activity. McCormick and the boy would send each other pictures of their genitalia, and a 12-year-old female friend of the boy found some of these pictures after borrowing his phone. One picture included McCormick in a towel with wet hair showing her breasts. The accompanying text stated, “I’m not dirty anymore.”

Siloam Springs detectives began investigating McCormick earlier this month and ended up confiscating USB thumb drives, an Apple iPad, two Apple iPhones and a desktop computer. Police searched McCormick’s Snapchat account and would find multiple photographs and videos of the 13-year-old.

Since sex with a 13-year-old in Arkansas is illegal, even if consensual, McCormick was arrested and charged with felony rape. She’s was released from jail the next day after posting $50,000 bond. She’s been suspended with pay from her job as a sixth-grade teacher at Siloam Springs Intermediate School pending the outcome of the investigation.

McCormick’s next court date is set for September 22.

I get affairs. Right or wrong, I understand why people have them… with other consenting adults. I will never understand people willing to end their marriage, relationships with friends and family, professional career and freedom — all for some underage strange.

Man Set New Wife On Fire For Sleeping With Ex-Lover On Wedding Night


Ivan Kuzmin has been accused of setting his new bride on fire because she had sex with an ex-lover on their wedding night after he fell asleep.

Veronika-FilippovaAccording to reports, Veronika Filippova, 27, had an affair with an ex-boyfriend after Kuzmin passed out drunk at their wedding reception. She was so consumed with guilt that she later told Kuzmin everything.

This turned out to be a big mistake, because Kuzmin, 30, responded by dousing her with alcohol while she was sleeping. When she woke up and tried to escape, Kuzmin set her on fire with a cigarette lighter.

Filippova was rushed to the hospital with burns to over 80 percent of her body but would die a few hours later. Kuzmin was arrested and has admitted to murdering Filippova. He’s now facing 15 years in prison.

Too bad Kuzmin never admitted to Filippova that he’d once served ten years in prison for the attempted rape and murder an underage girl. Had he, none of this may have ever happened.

Sergey Domnyshev, an investigator in the Kirov district of Volgograd, confirmed Kuzmin was convicted of trying to rape a girl under the age of 18, then trying to destroy evidence by setting the apartment on fire with the girl still inside.

Performance Artist Says He’ll Have Sex With A Different Man Every Day For A Year


A 26-year-old performance artist in Berlin has announced his newest project: Having sex with a different guy every day for a year.

456309_10151191913304776_1065044763_o-360x540“It’s going to be my most sophisticated and dangerous work of art, in terms of mental health,”Mischa Badasyan says of Save the Date, which he will launch in September. “It’s going to be pretty hard — and to be honest, I’m a little bit scared.”

The goal, Badasyan says, is to explore the links between loneliness and hooking up. He plans on staging his assignation at banal places like shopping malls, airports and supermarkets—described as “non-spaces” by French Anthropologist Marc Augé.

Think he’s full of it? So does Badasyan.

“I don’t deny that it’s a bit egoistic,” he says. “It’s okay. It’s performance art, and a performance artist should always be pushing his own body and the performance. The whole idea, why it’s art, why it’s a performance, is the process — the process of finding someone.”

Badasyan won’t be telling his hookups they just made art, though: “What if I tell you I just had sex with you for an art project? People won’t like that. It’s horrible, actually.”

Cops ‘left mom’s sex toys’ in 5-year-old daughter’s bedroom


A mortified Queens couple says NYPD cops ransacked their home — and left the wife’s sex toys dumped in their 5-year-old daughter’s bedroom — during a 2012 investigation.

shutterstock_136015916In a lawsuit filed in Brooklyn federal court on Friday, James and Gina Goldring say the cops left the naughty items behind after spending hours in the home probing the dad’s accidental shooting of their teenage son.

The cops were furious that Gina told James to keep his mouth shut, the lawsuit alleges. “Sexually oriented merchandise sold by plaintiff Gina Goldring in a part-time job with a company called Passion Parties were removed from plaintiff’s bedroom and placed in plain view in the 5-year-old’s bedroom,” the suit states.

In allegedly wreaking havoc on the Hollis home, the officers also crushed electronic tablets, stepped on toy train sets, poured out cereal, broke a “muffin maker,” dumped cinnamon spice on the kitchen counter, pulverized a night-light and left out frozen steaks and fish to rot, the suit says.

The cops allegedly swiped $680 in cash — all while snipping cable wires and stomping an Xbox.

The damage occurred after James, a barber, shot their 14-year-old son that May while moving three unregistered firearms from a closet to a garage, according to the suit.

The distraught dad was ready to talk to investigators — but his wife, who was with their wounded son at Long Island Jewish Hospital, told him by phone not to say anything, the suit states.

Annoyed officers informed the husband that he had chosen poorly, the court papers say.

“So you’re lawyered up?” they asked him, according to the suit. “All bets are off. We’re tossing your house and arresting your wife.”

James Goldring was eventually charged with endangering the welfare of a child and served 30 days of community service, according to court papers. Gina Goldring pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct.

The couple said in their suit that the cops’ harassment of them didn’t even stop after the ransacking of their home.

They busted James’ barber-shop customers for loitering and cited him for not sweeping up hair and having uncovered garbage cans, the suit states. With customers scared off, Goldring said he was forced to close in June.

Goldring declined to comment on Friday. His lawyer, Alan Levine, didn’t return a phone call. They are seeking unspecified damages. The city Law Department said it hadn’t been served with the papers.

Man who worked in morgue admits to having sex with up to 100 corpses


A man who worked in a morgue admitted to having sex with female corpses while at work, federal officials said.

WPTV_Kenneth_Douglas_1408201559401_7401261_ver1.0_640_480Kenneth Douglas, of Hamilton Co. , Ohio,  admitted in court that he sexually abused three corpses while he was drunk or on drugs, but he had sex with up to 100 bodies, he said in a deposition.

“I would just get on top of them and pull my pants down,” said Douglas, who worked the night shift at the morgue from 1976 to 1992.

A jury might conclude the former coroner and morgue director failed “recklessly and wantonly” to supervise Douglas, the 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled Friday in allowing the suit to continue.

The panel cited evidence that Douglas’ supervisors were aware he was drinking and also having sex with live women while on the job,WCPO reported .

Douglas’ wife testified in a deposition that he reeked of sex when she picked him up from work. She said she called the coroner’s office and reported him, but the morgue supervisor told her to stop calling.
The families of the three victims sued the county in 2012.

Douglas, now 60, was convicted of gross abuse of a corpse in the cases of Karen Range, Charlene Appling and April Hicks in 1991 and 1992.

Douglas also admitted to having sex with bodies being stored while awaiting autopsies.

Douglas’ crimes didn’t come to light until 2008 when DNA connected him to semen found in Range.
Range’s killer, David Steffen, had admitted slaying her but denied raping her.

In 2008, Douglas pleaded guilty in the Range case and was sentenced to three years in prison.

In 2012, he pleaded guilty again in the Appling and Hicks cases.

Their families sued that year.

It was the fourth time the county was sued for failing to protect bodies in the morgue.

“I can’t explain this at all,”  Hamilton County Prosecutor Joe Deters said at the time.

Dr. Frank Cleveland was the coroner when Douglas sexually abused those three corpses. Cleveland died in 2011.

“If I hadn’t had anything to drink when I went to work, it wouldn’t happen,” said Douglas. “I would do crack and go in and drink and go in.”

Douglas’ wife said she called the morgue supervisor about her husband smelling like sex and alcohol after work.

“He said, ‘Whatever happens on county time and on county property is county business,'” said Douglas’ wife.

The county ignored the warning signs, according to Al Gerhardstein, one of the families’ attorneys.

“The county had plenty of notice that Douglas was coming to work and was present at work while he was under the influence of alcohol and drugs,” Gerhardstein said. “Had he been stopped, these women would not have been abused.”

The county argued it should not be held liable because the cases involved unknown criminal acts of an employee.

The appeals panel opinion upholds earlier rulings by a lower court, including rejecting federal constitutional violation claims by relatives of the women whose corpses were abused.

Police say the woman “hiked up her dress and engaged in an intimate act with several lawn chairs”


Public nudity by itself will not get you arrested in Seattle, but police say one woman turned her nudity into indecent exposure when she committed a sex act with Beacon Hill family’s lawn furniture.

According to police, nudity becomes criminal if it “causes a person to reasonably experience fear, alarm or concern.” That was the case on August 4 when an “extremely intoxicated” 33-year-old woman wandered into a yard in the 78000 block of Beacon Avenue South.

With several members of a family looking on in horror, police say the woman “hiked up her dress and engaged in an intimate act with several lawn chairs.”

She then began urinating on the lawn before “quite purposefully exposing her genitalia, and then posterior, to the family inside the home,” according to police.

The family called 911 and officers arrived moments later and arrested the woman. She was booked into King County Jail for indecent exposure.