Amateur pornographers rejoice! Just days after Google announced it would be banning sexually explicit content from its Blogger service, the firm has done an about face, saying those who express themselves in a more risqué way will be free to bare it all.
Three former FEMEN members have staged a topless protest in front of the offices of German newspaper Bild in Berlin. The topless ladies say they’re out over the newspaper’s recent message of “no more billions for the greedy Greeks.”
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is appealing to the Swedish Supreme Court, the highest in the country’s judicial system, to try and persuade a judge the arrest warrant against him over alleged sexual offenses should be dropped.
Oklahoma lawmakers continue to make headlines with controversial legislation, this time with a bill that could potentially prevent a couple from getting married if one partner tests positive for a sexually transmitted disease.
Finland’s president has signed a law allowing same sex marriage. It’s the first law adopted by the parliament as a result of the initiative of citizens. Over 160,000 people signed a petition demanding it.
The independent Council of Europe has warned that France is becoming more intolerant towards minority groups, including Gypsies, Muslims and Jews. The findings were made before last month’s Charlie Hebdo shootings.
Madrid’s metro has shocked staff with a new memo requiring “gays, musicians and beggars” to be checked more often than others by security. An investigation has been opened into the identity of the author.