The Lone Star state is leading the way with a cyber-flashing act outlawing unsolicited penis pictures
Texas cracks down on dick pics
Big news out of Texas this week: sending unsolicited penis pictures is now against the law, punishable by a $500 fine.
You might be wondering why Texas, of all places, is leading the charge when it comes to legislation like this. The Lone Star state, after all, is normally more focused on loosening restrictions on guns than tightening protections for women. Well, it’s largely because the female-focused dating app Bumble is based in Austin and lobbied local politicians to make it happen.
Inside the home, the video shows a wall covered in artsy nude photos of men and women, a painting of a nude woman lying on her back and a photo of a naked woman – reportedly Epstein’s ex-girlfriend and alleged madam, Ghislaine Maxwell – lying on a sandy beach.
A South Australian MP says the “disturbing” and “sickening” items resembling young children have the potential to encourage paedophiles to commit abuse.
“The idea that people can be found in possession of sex dolls that not only look like young children, children as young as five … [is] not only repugnant but completely inappropriate and at odds with community standards,” Ms Bonaros said.
“Experts warn that these kinds of perverse, sickening dolls can normalise abusive behaviour towards children, encourage the sexualisation of children and increase the likelihood that a paedophile will engage in sexual activity with or towards children.”
SEX doll customers are ordering models that look like their mates’ girlfriends, it’s claimed. Doll-makers Silicone Sex World say celebrity lookalikes aren’t as popular as you might expect, with blokes opting for more “every day” looks.
Product specialist Andy Phelps told the Daily Star: “We do get customers who enquire about celebrity dolls, although they are not as popular as you may think.
“We do get some strange requests for dolls that look like friends’ girlfriends.”The weird trend is also confirmed by the founder of Sex Doll Official, Jade Stanley.
Actress and singer Bella Thorne says she identifies as “pansexual” and opened up in a new interview about how she was able to overcome sexual abuse and more hardships to discover what makes her “most happy” in life.
While in the past Thorne has used Twitter to casually come out as bisexual, she expanded her sexual orientation.
“I’m actually a pansexual, and I didn’t know that,” Thorne said.
Thorne defines being pansexual as: “You like what you like.”
“Doesn’t have to be a girl, or a guy, or … you know, a he, a she, a this, or that. It’s literally, you like personality, like you just like a being,” she said.
She added, that it, “doesn’t really matter what’s going on, over there. If I just like it, I like it!”
Results of survey on faith and sexuality will be presented to Church of England synod.