Morning News Feed: Thurs, Oct 16

Morning News Feed: Thurs, Oct 16

South Korean sex spy sentenced, redheaded college students love threesomes.

Politics is causing strife in the relationships of Ohio State college students. The Lantern.

The redheads aren't having relationship troubles though, because thy just want to have sex. OkCupid polled 10,000 college students and found some important statistics: redheads are more likely to be confident in bed and want a threesome than blondes or brunettes. (Although our Managing Editor swears she's never seen a redhead on the Girls Gone Wild commercials.) MaketWatch.

Are arranged marraiges making a comeback? One author argues that love marriages are overrated. Times Online.

Asian-Americans in California oppose gay marriage. Random? SFGate.

The fundamentals of Madonna's marriage are strong. The Huffington Post.

Here's a good narrative of female sexual response: initial response (a warm feeling), excitement, plateau, climax, resolution. The Star Online.

More news about the Dubai sex on the beach couple. Apparently it exposes the cultural divide between native Muslims and tourists seeing a Vegas-like release. AP.

Plus, they've been sentenced to three months in jail. Times Online.

A complicated case: a teacher assigned a girl Child of God by Cormac McCarthy, which contains sex and  violence. She objected, her parents intervened and she says teach asked her "what she would be willing to do far a better grade." Was he asking her for sex, or if she'd read literature that made her uncomfortable? Context is everything. All Headline News.

A North Korean woman has been sentenced to five years in prison for using poisoned needles and sex to extract information from South Koreans. wowOwow.

Just for kicks: here's a video of Obama talking to Joe the Plumber. MSNBC.