Thursday, December 15, 2011

Real lap dances, fake money

Posted By on Thu, Dec 15, 2011 at 5:05 PM

A man is facing federal charges for slipping fake $10 and $20 bills to strippers at Club Onyx.

According to The Charlotte Observer, Derrick Moore was indicted on Wednesday for sticking the counterfeit cash in strippers' g-strings.

Moore faces charges of with uttering, or presenting, as well as passing counterfeit obligations or securities. It was not immediately known whether Moore has been arrested.

I can't help but wonder, when did the stripper know the money was fake — before or after the ink ran down her leg?

And is Moore such a regular at Onyx that the dancer(s) knew for sure he had given the phoney money?

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Is there a sex life after a postitive HIV test?

Posted By on Thu, Dec 15, 2011 at 5:04 PM

You know your status and you're HIV positive.

Does that mean an active sex life is over for you?

Not necessarily. Being honest and following a few rules will allow an HIV-positive person to maintain a sex life.

According to Everydayhealth.com, the first step to maintaining a sex life with HIV is being upfront about one's status.

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Tuesday, December 13, 2011

Want to live a happy life? Have sex as a senior citizen

Posted By on Tue, Dec 13, 2011 at 5:54 PM

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Elderly couples who continue to have sex lead happier lives ... did we really need a study to tell us this?

Nonetheless, Florida A&M University has released such a study, according to Bangstyle.com.

Researchers were recently going over a past survey of married couples 65 or older, and found that those still engaging in regular sex were overwhelmingly happier with their lives and marriages. The survey polled 238 seniors and was conducted back in 2004 by the Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University. The participating seniors were asked to rate their feelings about their marriage and their lives in general by responding to questions that they either were happy, pretty happy, or not too happy. Upon reviewing these past surveys, the researchers noticed that there was a trend of happiness that related to couples’ sexual activity. Of those that had not had any sexual activity within the last year, 40% said they were very happy with their lives. However, researchers saw ta rise in this number to 60% among the couples that were having sex at least once a month. Similar results were found when couples were asked about their marriage.

Of course sex makes people happy. Look at the science of it: When men and women have sex, endorphin is released into the bloodstream.

Even British researchers agree that sex is good for you — though men get the most benefit.

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Friday, December 9, 2011

Weekend Top(less) 5

Posted By on Fri, Dec 9, 2011 at 6:30 AM

Here are the five best events to get you hot and bothered with or without a date going down in Charlotte and the surrounding area this weekend— as selected by the folks at Creative Loafing.

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• Friday: Flirtatious Friday at Club Tempo

• Saturday: Wild, Wild West Weekend at The Estate

• Sunday: Liquid Sunday at The Men's Club

• Monday: Monday Effen Monday at Uptown Cabaret

• Tuesday: 1-2-3 Tuesday at Tilt

Tuesday, December 6, 2011

Going overboard with sexual harassment

Posted By on Tue, Dec 6, 2011 at 10:14 AM

Have you heard the story about the 9-year-old Gastonia boy who said his teacher was cute and then got suspended from school?

He's been Herman Cain'ed, accused of sexual harassment and everything, and he's only 9. Here's the back story, as reported by WSOC:

Chiquita Lockett said her 9-year-old son, Emanyea, spent the last two days at home.

Lockett said the principal of Brookside Elementary called her Wednesday to say the incident was a form of “sexual harassment.”

Emanyea told Eyewitness News a substitute teacher overheard him tell another student a teacher was cute.

The boy didn't touch the teacher and didn't even tell the teacher to her face that he thought she was "cute."

To save face explain their actions, the Gaston County School sent Lockett a letter explaining why a 9-year-old saying a teacher is cute constitutes sexual harassment.

In the letter, school officials say Emanyea Lockett said a teacher was fine in a suggestive tone. He said he told a friend she was cute.

The district says the comment is considered a form of sexual harassment.

What does a 9-year-old know about "suggestive language"? It seems that the adults are the ones with their minds in the gutter. Raise your hand if you never had a crush on a teacher while in grade school.

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Monday, December 5, 2011

Lighting of the domestic violence holiday tree

Posted By on Mon, Dec 5, 2011 at 2:20 PM

The holiday season usually brings thoughts of family and togetherness, but the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department and the Mecklenburg County Women's Commission want to bring attention to domestic violence.

Read more about it on The CLog:

This year in North Carolina, 62 people have been killed by the hands of someone who was supposed to have loved them.

For the seventh year, the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department, Domestic Violence Advocacy Council,
Domestic Violence Speakers Bureau and Mecklenburg County’s Community Support Services Women’s Commission will light the domestic violence memorial tree at CMPD headquarters.

The event starts at 5:30 p.m.

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Friday, December 2, 2011

Weekend Top(less) 5

Posted By on Fri, Dec 2, 2011 at 10:20 AM

Here are the five best events to get you hot and bothered with or without a date going down in Charlotte and the surrounding area this weekend— as selected by the folks at Creative Loafing.

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• Friday: Feminine Persuasion Weekend at The Estate

•Saturday: Toys from Tilt

• Sunday: Toys for Tots Ride sponsored by MAL Entertainment

• Monday: Monday Night Football at The Men's Club

• Tuesday: Pretty Wild Tuesday at Whisky River

Thursday, December 1, 2011

World AIDS Day

Posted By on Thu, Dec 1, 2011 at 2:09 PM

It's been 30 years since the discovery of the AIDS virus in the United States, and according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the South includes the largest number of people in this country living with or dying from HIV/AIDS.

Four out of ten (40%) Americans living with AIDS reside in the South.

In Mecklenburg County, an average of seven new HIV/AIDS cases is reported daily, according to The Regional AIDS Interfaith Network, or RAIN. Most of those cases affect African Americans.

African Americans are disproportionately impacted by HIV. African Americans comprise 68% of all new reported HIV cases in 2007, despite representing only 28% of the county's total population

From 1999 to 2007 HIV cases increased by 57%

Mecklenburg County has the highest number of HIV/AIDS cases in North Carolina

North Carolina was ranked 8th out of the top 15 states with new AIDS cases among African Americans


That's why today, which is World AIDS Day, is such a red letter day.
Mecklenburg County HIV/AIDS Council has a host of events schedule for World AIDS Day, as well as free testing centers.

Read more on The CLog

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