Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Small Bits of News You Didn’t Know You Needed

'Females are failed males,' says 16th century book
A guide written in 1505 has been found and it contains 'secrets' about females that take political incorrectness to extremes.
Perhaps the worst of the advice is that ‘females are failed males’. The book, De Secretis Mulerium (The Secrets of Women), also suggests men wanting to check if a woman is a virgin should ask her to sniff lettuce. If she then wants to go to the toilet she is ‘corrupted’.
Other revelations include women being able to kill animals with a glance during their time of the month and odd food cravings in pregnancy being down to ‘evil humors’.
Husbands who want a male child are told to give their wives wine that contains the pulverized womb and intestines of a hare. Once pregnant, the female will have a girl if her left breast is bigger than her right and a boy if it’s the right.
Females charged in fight over a restroom
An 18-year-old woman has been charged in an attack on a transgender woman over using a McDonald's restroom in a Baltimore suburb of Rosedale.
Police announced Monday that Teonna Monae Brown was arrested Friday and charged with first- and second-degree assault.
A video of the April 18 fight posted online shows an assault by two young women on 22-year-old Chrissy Lee Polis.
Polis said that before she was attacked she heard a teen say she was a man using the women's restroom. According to charging documents, a 14-year-old girl charged as a juvenile in the case told police that she and Brown fought with Polis over using the restroom.
Hacking case involves preteens, sex pics
Two Issaquah, Wash., preteen girls accused of hacking into a classmate's Facebook page and posting sexually explicit photos and messages have been charged with cyberstalking and first-degree computer trespassing.
The girls, ages 11 and 12, have been under investigation since the alleged victim's family contacted Issaquah police on March 18, according to the charges filed Tuesday in King County Juvenile Court.
According to the charges, the two defendants used the victim's password information to post sexually explicit content on her Facebook page. They also posted messages that indicated the victim was willing to perform sex acts on people.
The defendants instant-messaged some boys to arrange dates where sex acts were to be performed by the victim, according to the charges.

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