Sex News: Donald Trump, Blackmail, & Facebook Censors

by Lola Byrd on November 7, 2016

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Jessica Drake, an adult film star and sexual health educator, joined the ranks of nearly a dozen other women who have publicly accused Donald Trump of making unwanted, nonconsensual sexual advances.

At a press conference on Saturday, Drake said Trump violated her and two other women when they visited his hotel suite a decade ago during a golf tournament in Lake Tahoe, California. Mic reached out to Drake for comment, but has not yet heard back.

“He grabbed each of us tightly, in a hug and kissed each one of us without asking permission,” Drake told reporters. Nearly an hour after the women left Trump’s room, she added, the candidate called Drake on the phone and asked her to return alone, offering to pay her $10,000.


If that isn’t the face of evil I don’t know what is.

Jessica Drake is an angel and Donald Trump is scum. Pure scum.

One young woman from rural Tunisia told the BBC her story from a women’s prison on the country’s north coast. It began when she was sexually assaulted and photographed naked by a friend of her father. The images left her at the mercy of her abuser, who subjected her to months of sexual violence, while also blackmailing her for money. It was not until the man threatened to rape her younger sister that Amal reached her limit. She invited him to her house and murdered him with a meat cleaver. She is now serving a 25-year prison sentence.


Don’t want to be hacked up with a meat cleaver? Don’t sexually blackmail peopl. Easy.

The Swedish Cancer Society was just trying to spread awareness on how to conduct breast exams, but instead it ran afoul of Facebook’s censorship laws. The SCS’s original video featured illustrated breasts and instructions on how to conduct self-exams. Unfortunately, Facebook didn’t think this was an appropriate use of breasts on the social network, so the content was removed. In order to get around the censorship, the non-profit rendered bosoms as boxes to continue its mission of providing information on breast cancer. However, this incident is just another example of the company deeming the female body too taboo for people’s Facebook feeds.


Is it weird that I’m suddenly attracted to square boobs?

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