Celebrity stalkers and outdoor sex.
Still obsessed with perfection? Good news: a new computer program that alters people's faces to confirm to popular beauty standards doesn't always make people more attractive. The New York Times. Really cool slideshow here.
Now that you're at peace with your quirky facial structure and non-perfect relationship, it's time to celebrate with other non-conformists. An Indian state is pushing to legalize the rights of the unmarried wives in polygamist families and other women (including the "other woman") who live with a man but are not married to him. The Times of India.
And speaking of LDRs, eighty percent of celebrity stalkers are psychotic, according to a new study. Regular, non-celeb stalkers are usually jilted lovers, and only 20% of them suffer mental illness. Thaindian News.
If you've taken the class and things still aren't working out, well, be careful what you do with your anger: A man shot a woman in the crotch after she refused to give him a blow job. The Austrailian.
For some people, though, things are working out a little too well: Libidinous British expats are heating up the streets, beaches and pubs of Dubai, coloring the British reputation and angering city residents. ABC News.