You know the bizarro news we're talking about - the New York Post reports it with a front page riff on Truman's famous declaration: The Buck Stops Here.
Meanwhile the Washington Post helpfully informs that...
men and women use different ways to estimate their number of different partners and this dissimilarity is a major reason men report more lifetime liaisons than women, a statistical impossibility.And also ugly people are more likely to be criminals than the beautiful ones. (These would be the kind of crimes that actually land a person in jail, of course, not the kind that just require a quick call to Karl Rove.) Thanks, WaPo.
From ABC News comes a penetrating (ouch) report on sex education at Yale:
"To get people's attention, we do have to do things a little risque and a little different than other sex education programs," said junior Dain Lewis, who was inspired to direct Sex Week 2006 after attending the 2004 event.Apparently it takes a lot of effort to turn a Yalie on. Unless, of course goats are involved. (That would be pet goats - don't let your imagination run away.)
And the AP reports that in Amsterdam denizens of the Red Light district have adopted the Gitmo strategy (you can look but you can't talk touch) to burnish their image.
Several topless bars, peep shows and sex show clubs in Amsterdam's famed "Red Light" prostitution district have declared an open house on Feb. 18, hoping to shore up their reputation with local politicians who are calling for a crackdown.There's no truth to the rumor Congress is planning an open house any time soon.