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No Sex on Valentine’s Day

Thailand’s Assumption University (yes, that’s their real name) asked 2400 teenagers if they were planning on having sex on Valentine’s day. 27% of them said “yeah, maybe.”

Bangkok police, armed with the knowledge that teenagers never lie, especially about sex, are springing into action. They’re going to turn all the lights on at public parks, tell parents to make their kids come home early, and check cheap motels. They’ll be sending patrols to parks, restaurants and shipping malls, no doubt practicing the ancient oriental secret birth control technique of jumping out from behind something and shouting “Hey, stop that!”

There is no evidence they’re considered changing city’s name to something less suggestive.

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  1. This post reminded me a little of another one I read regarding the obsession of the value of virginity: Second Virginity

    I find it disturbing that certain groups think they can control/restrict others when it comes to something as normal and natural as sex. Seems pretty conceited and even a little scary to me.

    Charise | Mar 4, 2008 | Reply

  2. I guess in Thailand the only kind of sex that is tolerable is the kind that pasty British perverts pay to have with 10-year-old children.

    Brian Stilson | Oct 7, 2009 | Reply

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