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This Week in Sex: Ke$ha’s Malpractice Suit

This Week in Sex: Ke$ha’s Malpractice Suit:

Pop star Ke$ha accused her producer Dr. Luke of date raping her when she was an 18-year-old virgin, along with other instances of sexual, verbal, and physical abuse. Dr. Luke (who isn’t an actual doctor) quickly had his lawyers firing back against Kesha and her mother Pepe Sebert, claiming the allegations are just part of an extortion plan intended to land Sebert publishing rights to Kesha’s music. (Earlier this year, Sebert had said Luke and one of Ke$ha’s managers had screamed at Ke$ha about not being skinny enough.) Not cool.

In lighter news, this lady blatantly said “no” to her husband’s cock on Family Feud:
(Someone should tell her the show is called “family” for a reason!)

Meanwhile on the Colgate campus, the course Yes Means Yes proves to be the hottest in the ol’ catalogue. It’s sex ed. for an era of affirmative consent, teaching students “Ohhh yes,” is actually the “minimum requirement for pleasurable sex.”

Given how bad college students are at sex, it seems like good advice to make mutual pleasure a starting place, not the after thought. But a threesome with your teachers is more sex-ed than any high schooler needs. After the Louisiana student bragged about his educational experience, his two female teachers got busted.

They’re not the only ones to exit the academic profession this week. After Florida teacher Jessica Vanessa realized she could make six figures a year twerking on Vine, she has put her Kindergarten class on hold. (Quick, someone start a new job training organization: Twerk for America.)

Vanessa’s costars can be seen sporting Ts that say “THOT” (that ho over there). The word had a viral moment this spring, which means Slate is just realizing that THOT is the new “ratchet.” While writer Amanda Hess also calls out “basic bitches” for their “definitely vanilla” sex, Gawker defends the term as a “perfectly normal way to fuck”.

If you’re happy with your vanilla sex life, savor it, says the article. Just make sure your missionary is more like Organic Tahitian Vanilla Bean Gelato than some Dairy Queen bullshit.

Is something rotten in the state of Denmark? “I have decided we should ban sex with animals,” the country’s Minister of Food and Agriculture announced earlier this week.

Also, no more sea-sex for this Italian couple. Their sexy beach day turned into a semi-nightmare when suction rendered them unable to “disengage” from sex—and landed them in the hospital.

Boob billboard

Also at the hospital were victims of this mobile boob billboard, which caused 500 car accidents around Moscow in one day.

WTF is Gamergate anyway? Chiefly, it’s a bunch of gamer bros who hate female gamers. Like Zoe Quinn and her game Depression Quest, which stars a clinically gloomy protagonist. Quinn was forced to leave her home after being doxed by gaming haters. Now misogynist trolls slut-shame her online to try to trash her career and scare her. This is totally fucked.

We suggest those dudes visit Paris, where there’s now a 24-foot-butt plug-slash-public-art project by artist Paul McCarthy.

And finally, the winner of this week in sex is Jonah Falcon, who Salon says has the world’s largest penis at 13.5 inches. Despite the last name ‘Falcon,’ the guy says he doesn’t do porn, preferring to pursue a legit acting career. Maybe he can get cast in the Jonn Hamm biopic.


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