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  • 'X-Men' filmmaker slams 'fabricated' sex attack claims

    'X-Men' filmmaker slams 'fabricated' sex attack claims

    A lawyer for "X-Men" director Bryan Singer dismissed as "fabricated" and absurd claims on Thursday that the filmmaker sexually assaulted a former child model and aspiring teenage actor.

  • Man accused of rape and murder that shocked South Africa released

    South African prosecutors dropped charges on Tuesday against one of the two men charged with raping, mutilating and killing a teenage girl in a crime that outraged a country hardened by some of the world's highest rates of sexual violence.

  • Parents held for forcing daughter to have sex with creditor

    Three people including a couple have been booked by the police for allegedly forcing a teenage girl to have sex with a male as repayment of a loan they had availed some time ago.

  • Bangladesh's "teenage" brothels hold dark steroid secret

    Bangladesh's 'teenage' brothels hold dark steroid secret

    Their faces painted heavy with make-up, teenage girls in short, tight blouses and long petticoats loiter in squalid alleys, laughing and gesturing to potential clients who roam Tangail town's infamous red light area in the early evening. There is no ...

  • Lady Gaga Asks Teens To Abstain

    Lady Gaga Asks Teens To Abstain

    Lady Gaga says her teenage fans should abstain from having sex for as long as they can.

  • 11 years old? Get condoms home-delivered in US

    Children as young as 11 in Philadelphia city in the US can now order free condoms via mail in a new campaign launched to reduce sexually transmitted diseases.The programme, launched by the department of health, features a website that shows facts on diseases like chlamydia, gonorrhoea and HIV/AIDS, ...

  • Teenage girls 'may regret early sex in life'

    Teenage girls 'may regret early sex in life'

    Teenage girls who have sex early in life may feel disappointed and regret the experience, according to a new study.

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