1. Sex In The News - Sexy Stories Raising Eyebrows This Week

    It's a busy week for sexy news, so here's my round up of the stories that had us umming, arring and oohing in the office this week:

    Pill to Prevent Premature Ejaculation.
    Footballer to Prevent Premature Ejaculation.
    Liberal Democrat MP Accused of Being Too Liberal.
    Brazilian Health Minister Recommends Sex To Improve Health.
    Craiglist in Hot Water Over Sex Ads.

    Pill To Prevent Premature Ejaculation
    Priligy , an oral capsule designed to prevent men from premature ejaculation, is about to hit the UK for trials. Premature ejaculation is thought to be the most common sexual disorder in men, affecting one in three men at some point in their lives.

    Priligy has been available and licensed for use in several European countries in recent months and is now coming to the UK following clinical tests on 6,000 men. The treatment is sold in packs of three and costs £76 for a pack of three 30mg tablets.

    Following trial, it is expected that Priligy will be available for purchase in the UK after being tested and approved throughout Europe. Huzzah!

    Read the full story here.

    Emil Heskey To Prevent Premature Ejaculation
    And if you simply can't wait for the launch of Priligy in the UK, you may wish to try some Emil Heskey for your bedtime bother.

    For the 40% of men who suffer with premature ejaculation, sex can often prove problematic but according to a recent poll, there’s a novel treatment out there, and no, it isn’t in pill form. A lotion? No. A spray? No. An England striker? Well…. Yes.

    We would imagine that you’re quite perplexed by this point but a study of men has recently revealed that they think of England and Aston Villa front man Emile Heskey to avoid taking an early bath in the bedroom. We appreciate this is ironic given that Emile never seems to be able to finish anything on the field, but men across the UK really are claiming that he prevents them from shooting prematurely themselves.

    Read the full story here.

    Lib Dem Leader Accused of Running A Sex Club From His home
    Roger Hayes, Liberal Democrat leader for Bolton has denied claims that he is running a sex club from his home. An e-mail was sent to Bolton Council's planning department claiming Mr Hayes was hosting pole dancing and massage classes and other "personal requests".

    Mr Hayes said: "It is unbelievable - the ceilings are too low for a start."

    I've got to admire Mr Hayes' sense of humour in dealing with the allegations. I'm sure Anna Span has some helpful tips should he ever wish to break into adult entertainment once he tires of politics.

    Read the full story here.

    Brazilian Health Minister Tells Brazil To Have More Sex To Stay Healthy
    One of the best ways Brazilians can stave off chronic illness is to engage regularly in physical exercise, especially sex, Health Minister Jose Gomes Temporao said on Monday the 26th of April 2010.

    The minister gave the advice as he launched a campaign to prevent high blood pressure, which afflicts a quarter of Brazil's 190-million strong population.

    "It's not a joke. It's serious. Having regular physical exercises also means sex, always with protection of course," he said.

    I have to say, I can't beat this bloke's logic.

    Read the full story here.

    Craigslist In Trouble Over Sex Ads
    Richard Blumenthal, Connecticut's attorney general, has written to the US based companyabout the prevalence of prostitution adverts on its site. In a private letter, published in part by the New York Times, Mr Blumenthal wrote: "I believe Craigslist acted irresponsibly when it unilaterally decided to keep the profits from these posts."

    In the letter, to James Buckmaster, Craiglist chief executive, he also asked the company exactly how much it makes from the adverts, and what it intends to do about them.

    The newspaper disclosed internal company projections allegedly estimating Craiglist sex-related revenue to be $36m this year, around a third of its estimated annual sales of $100m-plus. In response to Mr Blumenthal's missive, Mr Buckmaster replied: "Misuse of Craigslist for criminal purposes is utterly unacceptable, and Craigslist will continue to work… until it is eliminated."

    Read the full story here.