16-YEAR OLD BOY DIES AFTER MASTURBATING NON-STOP FOR 42 TIMES

A 16-year-old boy died after masturbating 42 times without stopping. His mother told a local newspaper that she already knew about his son’s addiction and that she planned to see the doctor, but the decision came too late. The young man began to masturbate at midnight and spent the whole night to compulsively touch himself. At school, his classmates commented on the boy’s problem and some said he asked them to connect to the webcam for being observed.

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ANNABEL CHONG: SINGAPOREAN IN WORLD'S BIGGEST GANG BANG WITH 251 MEN IN 10 HOURS

Annabel Chong was the stage name of a Singaporean-born American pornographic film actress who became famous after starring an adult film that was promoted as The World's Biggest Gang Bang. The film was commercially successful and started a trend of "record-breaking" gang bang pornography. Academically gifted, she majored in Fine Arts and subsequently qualified in web applications development, before retiring from the adult industry completely in 2003. After taking her A levels, she took nearly three years off, including a year spent in the United States. She then went on to study law at King's College London under a scholarship. While in the United Kingdom, Chong was riding on a train, where she met a man and agreed to have sex with him in an alleyway. He brought along other men, and she was gang raped and robbed in a rubbish closet under an inner-city housing block.

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SINGLE MOTHER: NLB BOOK CENSORSHIP LEADS TO INTOLERANCE & BIGOTRY

My daughter and I have a very close relationship. Even though there are only two of us, we are bonded in love and kinship and we are a real family. Together with many friends I know who are single parents, adopted parents, blended-family parents, homosexual men and women, we are real, and we live alongside other Singaporeans from traditional men-woman union, making the same contribution to our country. By removing books not conforming to the prescribed family model, I fear that we are creating an artifical reality for our young children. I fear that my daughter is denied the opportunity to learn the diversity of families and that she will grow to doubt her value as an individual.

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LOCAL WRITERS BOYCOTT NLB-SPONSORED EVENTS OVER BAN ON GAY CHILDRENS BOOK

I have deliberated long and hard and concluded that I could not, in good conscience, grace this year's festival. My presence would have been the symbolic one of a writer. And there was no way I could attend this event without it being misperceived by many that I stood apart from my fellow writers and approved of NLB's action against alleged controversial books. And there was no way I could defend myself or clarify the festival's aims fast enough once the suggestion had been made.

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SBS TRANSIT TO RAISE FARES FOR NON-BASIC BUS SERVICES

SBS Transit will raise fares for its non-basic bus services from Aug 3 (Sunday), after the Public Transport Council (PTC) gave the greenlight. In a statement on Friday (July 11), SBS said its non-basic bus services - Nite Owl, Parks, Chinatown, Direct and Premium - will have their fares revised from Aug 3. Senior citizen and student concession fares for some of the services will go up as well.

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AVA: Fukushima Food Imports Checked for Radioactivity & Safe for Consumption

Singapore announced on May 31 that it would lift restrictions on all Japanese food imports. These restrictions were imposed on several prefectures after the Fukushima nuclear accident in 2011. Following the incident, the AVA said it implemented a series of import control measures and surveillance testing on Japanese food imports. As of this month (July 2014), it has tested over 18,000 samples of food from Japan. Of these, radioactive contaminants were detected in 0.14 per cent, with most of the detections taking place in 2011 shortly after nuclear accident.

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PM LEE FILES SUMMARY JUDGEMENT AGAINST ROY NGERNG, DAMAGES TO BE PAID WITHOUT TRIAL

PM Lee has filed a court application for a summary judgement against blogger Roy Ngerng late yesterday night (10 Jul) If PM Lee is successful in getting a summary judgement against Roy, a lengthy trial would be avoided. On the grounds of this court application, Mr Lee’s lawyers added that Roy has no defence and the only issue to be determined is damages. Mr Lee’s lawyers also provided the affidavits of seven others, together with Mr Lee’s, in support of this application: It’s unclear what is the relationship between these 7 people and Mr Lee.

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ARCHIE COMIC BANNED IN SINGAPORE FOR GAY MARRIAGE CONTENT

In recent times, one comic that did raise LGBT issues was Archie: The Married Life. That series features a gay character in Riverdale named Kevin Keller, whose marriage in issue #16 of the single issues was objected to by conservative Christian group called One Million Moms. Their campaign to have that issue boycotted did poorly, as the Guardian recounts. I looked to see if it might be available on Kinokuniya’s Book Catalog, and was somewhat baffled to find that they carried Vols 1, 2, 4 and 5 but not 3. An inquiry sent to Kinokuniya yielded this response: “We regret that “Archie the Married Life 3″ is deemed to breach the Content Guidelines for Imported Publications, and removed from sale by notice of MDA. We are not able to sell this title.“

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