Tuesday, February 24, 2015

Penis Captivus (Yeoville, South Africa)

Daily Sun [South Africa]
23 February 2015

Cops clash with crowd outside a block of flats where two horny lovers could not be separated

By Everson Luhanga

THE CHEATER had been warned: “Leave my wife alone! I have put special muthi in her punani.”

But the cheaters again ignored the warning and ended up getting stuck together.


22 February 2015

By Tintswalo Baloyi

Johannesburg — IT reads like an excerpt from a horror movie or comedy and at times a thriller!

In what can also be referred as to stuff myths are made of, a pair of lovers were said to be stud-tied at an apartment in Yeoville after an intimate sex session while the woman's husband, a cross boarder transport operator, was away in Zimbabwe.

Spreading like veldfire, the reports sparked a melee as thousands thronged the said flat at the suburb to catch a glimpse of the couple. […]

Wednesday, February 18, 2015

Rape Cult Wears Rings on Genitals (Philippines, 2015)

Philippine Daily Inquirer
18 February 2015

Frinston L. Lim

TAGUM CITY, Davao del Norte, Philippines – Residents of several villages in Panabo City have expressed fears over reports of unidentified men roaming in communities, knocking on houses and sexually abusing women.

But police on Tuesday belied reports about the existence of a 100-strong “sex cult” even as four suspects had been arrested in various areas of the city. Police insisted reports about prowling sex maniacs were blown out of proportion. […]

Local authorities said the cult’s modus included knocking houses and raping women they could found inside. The group purportedly attacks during the night.

Its members allegedly put a metal ring on their genitals so as to injure their hapless victims. […]

Saturday, February 14, 2015

Two LSD Stories from the Oracle (1967)

The San Francisco Oracle: The Psychedelic Newspaper of the Haight Ashbury (Oakland: Regent Press, 2005). CD-ROM.

“Ees Setisoppo with Dick Alpert.” [Interview with Richard Alpert.] The City of San Francisco Oracle, Vol. 1, No. 5 (January 1967), p. 10.

Or the story: as I was looking for real estate, a cat down on the lower East Side said, “Come on and have a drink. My scene isn’t LSD, it’s hash, but I’d like to talk to you anyway.” And he said, “The LSD people next door, they’re having a party up on the eighth floor and they were looking out over the terrace and one of guys said, ‘I think I’ll jump.’ And the other guy said, ‘Cool!’ And so he jumped and fell eight stories and he fell with his head against the curb broken and he was coughing blood out of his mouth and nose and this guy was watching out of his window, and the fellow on the curb, while the ambulance was coming, was blowing kisses at the people up on the eighth floor and saying, ‘Here I am, dying in the gutter, looking at my friends. Goodbye…Goodbye.’ And the ambulance came and he died.” And the guy said to me, “Isn’t that horrible. He was only nineteen. He had all that promise.” And I said, “Well, what’s so horrible about it?” I said, “His life made a pretty strong statement because you remembered it and you just told me and I am gonna tell lots of people.” But now, I dug like, how far out does my consciousness have to go to be able to break through and assess that act?

 “Changes.”  [Alan Watts, Gary Snyder, Timothy Leary & Allen Ginsberg.] The City of San Francisco Oracle, Vol. 1, No. 7 (April 1967), p. 8.

WATTS: It’s like the guy in Los Angeles who had a bad trip on LSD and turned himself into the police, and wrote: “Please help me. Signed, Jehovah.” (laughter)

LEARY: Beautiful! (more laughter) It’s about time he caught on, huh? (more laughter)