- Defamation and privacy laws are the twin tools of a media lawyer to help his clients control their image. Both try to prevent information or expressions from being published in an attempt to shield a public figure from potential dip in popularity polls. Fridae’s legal columnist George Hwang explains the two.
- Medisave for colon and breast cancer screen for women. How about for the men?
- Postman charged with molesting 52 girls
- The girls from Japanese girl group AKB48, which holds the Guiness World Record for having the most members in a pop group with 56, say that Singapore men are macho.
- Everyone loves Yam Ah Mee
- Lack of women newcomers made ministers disappointing: Aware
- Thief with a fetish for women’s leather wallets
- Suicide bride rescue
- Malaysian opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim’s comments on LGBT spark online debate
- All Women’s Action Society notes with concern the alarming rate of sex crimes.
- Predictions of early polls have been coming fast and furious from the Pakatan Rakyat side even though they are not in the best of shape to face the big battle.
- Sex video: Police won’t bow to pressure
- Deputy IGP: No need to reveal identity of man in sex video
- Ruling soon on kinky sex case. The High Court here, which is reviewing the coroner’s verdict into the death of a 41-year-old shopkeeper who is believed to have died while performing an auto-erotic act, will give its decision on June 10.
- Zaid: Reveal sex video probe results
- Girl hypnotised and raped
- Rapist caught with his pants down in M’sia
- Barber fined $1k in M’sia for flashing private parts
- Driver to tour guide: Let’s have sex
- Nuntrita – now known as Bell Nuntita – turned into an Internet sensation after a video of her singing audition on Thailand’s Got Talent went viral, attracting nearly 4 millions view to date.
- Indian wedding gets bigger with Shakira
- ‘Cat’s ears’ headgear help reveal feelings
- Abuse Posters Help Indian Schoolgirls Speak Up
- An aversion to having daughters is leading to millions of missing girls
- India’s sex ratio is getting worse. The trend can be reversed
- Police in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh have filed preliminary charges against two women accused of killing their daughters.
- Inequalities between men and women are clear on the streets of India. All the more reason for books with strong female characters.
- Women make a male bastion crumble
- HIV-related deaths fall in China
- China has lifted a law which banned foreigners who have HIV and Aids from entering the country.
- The Hong Police interfered in last Sunday’s International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia (IDAHO) rally, cutting the programme short.
- More than a hundred young nursing mothers living in Fukushima and nearby areas have signed up to get themselves checked for radiation contamination, but they would rather do it on their own, with no help from the Japanese government.
- The Afghan government has struck a peace deal with a Taliban commander who ordered the flogging and shooting of a pregnant widow accused of adultery.