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2000 Mar 29
The US Supreme Court affirmed cities’ power to ban nude dancing in a 6-3 decision.
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2000 May 3
The US FDA approved the first device to aid women with sexual dysfunction.
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2000 May 22
The Supreme Court struck down, 5-to-4, a federal law that shielded children from sex-oriented cable TV channels. The US Supreme Court invalidated part of a 1996 law that relegated pornography on cable TV to late-night hours.
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2000 Nov
Liu Dalin, a pioneering Shanghai sexologist, authored "Sexual culture of 20th Cen-tury China." He argued for an open-minded approach to sex.
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2001 Jan 19
In Nigeria Bariya Magazu (19) was flogged 100 times for having premarital sex under Islamic law (sharia).
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2001 Feb 16
Dr. William H. Masters (b.1915), leading researcher in human sexuality, died at age 85 in Tucson, Ariz. He and Virginia Johnson (Masters and Johnson) authored the best seller "Human Sexual Response" in 1966.
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2001 Feb 22
A UN tribunal on Yugoslav War Crimes found 3 Bosnian Serbs guilty of crimes against humanity for the rape, torture and enslavement of Muslim women in Foca between 1992-1993. The landmark case established rape and sexual enslavement as a crime against humanity. They were sentenced to 28, 20 and 12 years, respectively.
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2001 Feb 22
Jose Juarez Rosales (24) was arrested in Dallas for alleged multiple sexual assaults and murders in Ciudad Juarez.
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2001 Mar 21
In Israel Yitzhak Mordecai, a former defense minister, was convicted for sexual assault and harassment of two women.
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2001 Apr 24
The US Institute of Medicine issued a 206-page report on the differences in health and disease due to sex in humans.
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2001 Apr 30
The SF Board of Supervisors passed a measure 9-2 to allow city employees medical benefits for a sex change.
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2001 May 14
Tom Green (52), a bigamist with 5 wives and 29 children, went on trial in SLC for bigamy. Green was convicted May 18 of 4 counts of bigamy and one count of failure to pay child support. Green was sentenced to 5 years in prison and ordered to pay $78,000 to the state for fraudulent welfare checks. In 2002 Green was convicted of child rape for impregnating one wife at age 13. Green was released from prison in 2007.
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2001 Jun 17
In Egypt the Cairo weekly Al Nabaa published a sex scandal along with pictures at the Coptic Christian Muhariq monastery in Assiut between former monk Adel Saadallah Gabriel and an unidentified woman. Publisher Mamdouh Mahran was charged with disturbing the peace. Al-Nabaa was banned from publishing on July 5 and Mahran faced charges of sedition.
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2001 Jul 3
In Columbus, Ohio, Brian Dalton (22) was sentenced to 10 years in prison for fiction writing in his journal about sexually abusing and torturing children.
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2001 Jul 18
In Egypt a trial began for 52 men arrested on charges of obscene behavior and contempt of religion. The men were arrested May 11 at the Queen Boat nightclub in Cairo. On Nov 14, 23 men were sentenced up to 5 years in prison and 29 were acquitted. In 2002 Pres. Mubarak tossed out the verdicts against all but 2 of the 52 defendants.
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2001 Jul 30
In South Africa Catholic bishops denounced condoms as "immoral and misguided" weapons against AIDS.
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2001 Aug 8
US Federal authorities announced the arrests of 100 people nationwide in an Internet child pornography operation, Landslide Productions Inc., based in Fort Worth, Tx.
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2001 Nov 20
US federal health officials approved sale of the world's first contraceptive patch, Ortho-Evra.
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2001 Nov 23
It was reported that Hawaii’s Supreme Court struck down the state’s sex offender registration law, declaring it unconstitutional.
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2001
In Belgium a 3-block tolerance zone for prostitution was established in Antwerp as a test case for national legalization of prostitution.
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2001
Myron Magnet edited "Modern Sex: Liberation and Its Discontents."
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2001
Peru moved to create autonomous regional governments and to give them more revenues. Mayor Wenceslao Alderete of Huayre, hoping to attract tourists, spent $158,000 to create an erotic sculpture park in the central plaza. In 2006 the town still lacked paved streets and a sewage system.
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2001
LiveJasmin, an Internet cam company featuring live sex chats, was launched. By 2011 it was the number one adult destination site and the 50th most visited site in the world.
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2001
In Canada the website AshleyMadison.com was launched with the slogan, “Life is short. Have an affair.”
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2002 Apr 16
The US Supreme Court ruled as unconstitutional a ban on simulated depictions of child sex. The Court overturned 2 major provisions of the 1996 Child Pornography Prevention Act, saying the government went too far in trying to ban "virtual" child pornography.
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2002 Apr 22
Linda Boreman (53), who starred as Linda Lovelace in the 1972 porno film "Deep Throat," died in Denver from Apr 3 car crash injuries. Boreman became an anti-porn advocate after the film and authored "Ordeal" in 1980.
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2002 May 31
A three-judge federal panel in Philadelphia ruled that public libraries cannot be forced to install software that blocks sexually explicit Web sites.
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2002 Jun 5
Robert Kelly (R. Kelly), R&B performer, was indicted in Florida on child pornography charges.
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2002 Jun 22
In Meerwala, Pakistan, Mukhtar Mai (18) was gang raped in the Punjab on orders from a tribal council after her brother (13) was accused of socializing with a higher-caste Mastoi girl. It was later reported that the affair was fabricated to cover up sodomy of boy by Mastoi tribesmen. Six death sentences were handed down for the crime on Sep 1. In 2005 a lower court overturned 5 convictions, but Pakistan’s high court threw out the acquittal. In 2009 Mukhtar Mai married the police officer who was assigned to protect her as her case gained notoriety, becoming his 2nd wife. On april 21, 2011, Pakistan's Supreme Court freed five men accused in the gang-rape. The ruling left just one of the initial 14 suspects in prison.
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2002 Jul 5
The Arkansas state Supreme Court ruled that a law banning sexual relations between people of the same sex was an unconstitutional invasion of privacy.
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2002 Aug 9
US officials said they broke up an int'l. child pornography ring headquartered in Clovis, Ca. 10 Americans were arrested in Operation Hamlet. Lloyd Alan Emmerson (45), chiropractor, was arrested Jan 26 on a tip from Danish police.
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2002 Aug 15
In NYC WNEW-FM radio shock jocks Gregg Hughes and Anthony Cumia aired an eyewitness account of a couple having sex in the vestibule of St. Patrick's Cathedral. Their show was cancelled Aug 23.
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2002 Aug 19
An Islamic high court in northern Nigeria rejected an appeal by Amina Lawal, a single mother sentenced to be stoned to death for having sex out of wedlock.
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2002 Aug 26
In Nigeria an Islamic court has sentenced a couple to death by stoning for having an affair, marking the first time in Nigeria that a man has been sentenced to death for adultery.
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2002 Oct 8
A nasal spray named PT-141, made by Palatin Tech., was reported to raise sexual desire.
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2002 Oct 9
Aileen Wuornos (46), a former prostitute, was executed for killing 6 men along Florida highways. She became the 10th woman executed in the US since capital punishment resumed in 1977.
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2002 Oct 18
According to Greek scientists, the length of a man's index finger can accurately predict the length of his penis. The findings are published in the September issue of the journal Urology.
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2002 Nov 14
In Singapore the 7th Asian Congress of Sexology opened.
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2002 Nov 26
A poll of 50,000 people, commissioned by Durex condom makers SSL International and released in Malaysia, showed the French had sex an average 167 times a year, pipping the Danes and the Dutch for the number one spot. It was a bad year for sex in the United States, which came in eleventh with an average of 138, after heading the rankings in 2001. Britons scored an average of 149 times. At the bottom of the pile, Singapore's 110 times was two less than Thailand's. Four in 10 people in India did not have sex until they were married and Norwegians were most likely to have sex on the first date, the survey showed. Norwegians, along with South Africans, were also more likely than any other nationality to have a one-night stand. Those in Taiwan were least likely; just 20 percent surveyed had a one-night stand.
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2002 Nov
In Montenegro Svetlana C. (28) of Moldava escaped from a brothel near the capital, Podgorica, and went to the police. Local newspapers reported that politicians and other members of Montenegro's ruling elite frequented the brothel and took part in orgies at which women were tortured.
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2002 Dec
In Romania Kurt W. Treptow of Miami Beach, Fl., was sentenced to the maximum of seven years in for offenses involving two girls, ages 10 and 13, whom he invited into his home in Iasi. A Romanian woman was also convicted of being his accomplice. Treptow was released in 2007 after writing a book entitled "The life and Times of Vlad Dracul" while in prison.
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2002
Helen Lefkowitz Horowitz authored "Rereading Sex: Battles over Sexual Knowledge and suppression in Nineteenth-Century America.
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2002
"The Sexual Life of Catherine M.” by Catherine Millet was published in the US following a successful introduction in France.
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2002
Kristen O’Hara authored “Sex as Nature Intended It.” O’Hara claimed that women are more likely to enjoy intercourse if their male partner is uncircumcised.
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2002
In Arizona Steven Dyer was convicted of 13 counts of child molestation. Dyer went on the run. He was captured in 2012 in Montreal and turned over to US authorities.
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2003 Jan 13
Rock musician Pete Townshend was arrested in London on suspicion of possessing indecent images of children. Townshend acknowledged using an Internet Web site advertising child pornography, but said he was not a pedophile and was only doing research for an autobiography dealing with his own suspected childhood sexual abuse; he was eventually cleared of possessing pornographic images of children.
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2003 Feb 13
Thailand officials arrested SF financier Thomas Frank White at the request of the Mexican government for the rape of a teenage boy. In 2004 White was indicted in SF on 2 counts of sex tourism.
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2003 Mar 18
In Salt Lake City, Brian Mitchell and Wanda Barzee were charged with aggravated kidnapping, sexual assault and burglary in the abduction of Elizabeth Smart, who was found with them six days earlier. Mitchell and Barzee were later found incompetent to stand trial.
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2003 Mar 25
Former Waterbury, Conn., Mayor Philip Giordano was convicted by a federal jury of violating the civil rights of two preteen girls by sexually abusing them. Giordano was later sentenced to 37 years in federal prison.
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2003 Apr 10
The US House passed a bill creating a national Amber Alert system and strengthening child pornography laws.
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2003 May 1
The Australian stock market began trade in Australia's first-ever listed brothel, The Daily Planet. Shares began trading at 31 cents. Heidi Fleiss was on hand to promote the enterprise and her new book, "Pandering."
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2003 Jun 10
In NY state John Jamelske (68) pleaded guilty to holding 5 women captive as sex slaves in a bunker at his home in Syracuse.
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2003 Jun 13
Philip Giordano, former 3-term mayor of Waterbury, Conn., was sentenced to 37 years in federal prison for having oral sex with 2 young girls while in office.
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2003 Jun 26
The US Supreme court, in Lawrence v. Texas, struck down a Texas sodomy law and proclaimed that gay Americans have a right to private sexual relations. The court ruled 6-3 that laws prohibiting sexual acts between members of the same sex are unconstitutional. In 2012 Dale Carpenter authored “Flagrant conduct: The Story of Lawrence v. Texas.
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2003 Jul 16
New research indicated that frequent masturbation, particularly in the 20s, helps prevent prostate cancer later in life.
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2003 Jul 18
Basketball star Kobe Bryant was charged with sexually assaulting a 19-year-old woman at a Colorado spa; Bryant denied the charge, saying he was guilty only of adultery. Prosecutors later dropped the case.
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2003 Jul 30
In Paris, France, 2 men from Belarus were arrested for running Regpay, an Internet-based child porn trade. A 3rd partner was arrested 2 days later in Spain. Agents later arrested 330 Regpay subscribers in the US.
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2003 Aug 19
It was reported that women in Kenya had begun rebelling against a traditional "cleansing" ritual whereby new widows were required to sleep with a designated "cleanser" in order to be inherited by male relatives and freed of haunting spirits.
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2003 Aug 28
A US Defense Department survey found that nearly one in five female Air Force Academy cadets said they had been sexually assaulted during their time at the academy.
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2003 Sep 4
Pres. Bush signed the Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA) into law. It required the collection of data on sexual abuse in prison and the creation of a commission to recommend ways of prevention.
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