Sex Bites: Kendra's sextape defeats Kardashian's, antelopes lie to get sex, and God tells man to go nude

that God ordered him to walk the streets naked to save his soul. He also informed the police that America had raped him. He was arrested. Read more at google.com


-CIA planned a gay sextape of Saddam and Laden. Before the 2003 Iraq invasion, the CIA considered creating a sextape featuring a Saddam lookalike having relations with a teenage boy. While this video idea was canned, the CIA did make a crude video of “Osama bin Laden” sitting around a campfire with his pals, drinking liquor and commiserating about the various boys they had had sex with. Read more at Cltampa.com/sexandlove


-Ed Hardy condoms designed to prevent douche-bag babies. Christian Audigier is finally taking responsibility for the monster he created; his condoms will help prevent douche-bags from reproducing and spreading their bedazzlement of genital herpes. Read more at Cltampa.com/sexandlove


-Are American’s ready for the “pink Viagra?” The FDA will soon consider the new drug Flibanserin, which sparks women’s libidos. Like female arousal, exactly how the drug works is unknown. However, the “pink Viagra” appears to decrease levels of serotonin while boosting dopamine and norepinephrine. Read more a cltampa.com/sex


-Bigger teen girls have riskier sex. A new study found that heavier girls have sex earlier, have multiple partners during their teens, and are less likely to use protection than their thinner counterparts. These risks increase with the teen's weight. 6% of normal weight teens had sex before 13 compared to 11% of overweight teens and 15% of obese teens. 39% of normal weight teens had sex with more than 3 partners as compared with 45% of overweight teens and 47% of obese teens. Also, heavier girls were nearly 20% less likely to use condoms than thinner girls and more than 30% less likely to use other forms of birth control. Read more at Cltampa.com/sexandlove


-Cougar pageant. American Cougars of every subspecies will descend on the 2nd Annual National Cougar Convention in Chicago where they will compete for the title of Miss Cougar America. Read more at Cltampa.com/sexandlove


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CELEBRITY SEX:

-Kendra Wilkinson tops Kim Kardashian as celebrity sextape queen. The pre-sale orders for Vivid's Kendra Exposed have surpassed all previous sales of X-rated videos, including the sextapes of Kim Kardashian, Mindy McCready, Shauna Sand, and Kelli McCarty. Wilkinson has received $100,000 plus up to 50% of the profits from the tape's sales.

SEX IN THE WILD

-More evidence that deception as a seduction tactic is natural. Male topi antelope try to retain females in heat from leaving their territory by behaving as though a predator is in the area. When a female tries to leave the male runs in front of her, freezes in place, stares in the direction that she’s headed and snorts. Usually this behavior indicates that a predatory is in the area, but in this case the male is faking it. You’d think the females would wise up, but being duped in this way only enhances their mating success. Read more at the nytimes.com.

SEX IN THE CITY

-God tells man to walk the streets naked. In Thibodaux, La. Shafiq Mohamed told police

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