Why hot ‘hate sex’ with an ex is NEVER a good idea… by sexpert Dr Pam Spurr – The Sun


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Why hot 'hate sex' with an ex is NEVER a good idea… by sexpert Dr Pam Spurr
The Sun
Things got seriously steamy in Dr Foster this week between Gemma and Simon, but the rampant sex they had was more gladiatorial than glad-to-be-with-you sex. It looked like they'd tear pieces off each other. Ultimately they only tore their clothes off.
Doctor Foster recap: series two, episode three – a carnival of hate-sexThe Guardian

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Women ‘more likely to lose interest in sex than men’ – BBC News


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Women 'more likely to lose interest in sex than men'
BBC News
Women are more than twice as likely as men to lack interest in sex when living with a partner, a study of British sexual attitudes suggests. It found that while men and women lost passion with age, women were often left cold by longer relationships
Women get bored of having sex in a relationship after one year, finds studyThe Independent
Women more likely to lose interest in sex in long-term relationshipsTelegraph.co.uk
Women are more likely to lose interest in sex if they move in with their boyfriend, expert warnsThe Sun
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Man found guilty of sex assaults in ‘gifted’ girls case – CNN International


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Man found guilty of sex assaults in 'gifted' girls case
CNN International
In their pleas, the Stoltzfuses acknowledged that they knew Kaplan was having sex with their eldest daughter. Daniel Stoltzfus testified that he had also "gifted" his wife to Kaplan "in hopes of strengthening the Stoltzfus bloodlines," according to the
Lee Kaplan guilty on all sex-abuse counts in 'gifted' casePhilly.com
Man, 51, kept six young sisters as sex slaves after they were 'gifted' to him by parentsMirror.co.uk
Bucks County man Lee Kaplan convicted in 'gifted' girl sex assault case6abc.com
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Australia Plans to Revoke Child Sex Offenders’ Passports to Combat Sex Tourism – New York Times


New York Times

Australia Plans to Revoke Child Sex Offenders' Passports to Combat Sex Tourism
New York Times
Julie Bishop, Australia's foreign affairs minister, and Michael Keenan, Australia's justice minister, spoke Tuesday about new legislation that would prohibit registered child sex offenders from leaving the country. Credit Lukas Coch/European Pressphoto …
Australia Plans To Deny Passports To Child Sex OffendersNPR
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Australia Seeks To Block Pedophiles From Leaving Country For Child SexHuffPost
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