He escaped back to the heart of a civil war, became a Communist official and then a target of radical leftists before being finally left in peace. He died inin an old temple that had become his home, and his biography was finally published in English this year. It unveils formerly taboo subjects like the sex life of eunuchs and the emperor they served, the agonizing castrations often done at home and also often lethal, and the incontinence and shame that came with the promise of great power.
While I had met several people in person, the dates were duds. But the app remained an avenue of entertainment, sometimes moving along to texts or Snapchats. As many people do, I treated it more like a game you'd play with friends at the bar.
A Chinese married couple—who were desperately trying to conceive—learned they had been having sex the wrong way for four years. The young pair, whose identities have been kept anonymous, went to see obstetrician Liu Hongmei after the woman failed to get pregnant despite having sex on a regular basis, reported the Guiyang Evening News. During their appointment, the woman admitted that sex was "usually painful," which prompted Liu to perform a gynecological examination.
Fifty elementary school students crammed into a rickety classroom at Tongxin Experimental, a school for children of migrant workers in suburban Beijing. Most days, they study math, science, history and other government-mandated subjects. A part-time teacher, Li volunteers on Fridays for Xixi Garden, a Beijing-based non-governmental organization that teaches sex education in Chinese lower-income schools. Many Chinese wondered how the abuse could be prevented.
In ancient China, sexuality was unrestricted and practiced fairly indiscriminately. It's difficult to pinpoint exactly what sexual intercourse was like in ancient China culture, because it was so many things. This list explores the many facets of ancient Chinese sexuality, while providing some very strange facts about old Chinese dynasty times.
The discovery of a double-headed sex toy mistaken for a mystical rare fungus brought national notoriety to a Chinese village and TV program this week. Villagers from Liucunbu, a rural community outside western Chinese city of Xi'an, encountered the sex toy while drilling a new well shaft. Hard-pressed to identify the flexible, fungi-like object, perplexed residents alerted the local news station, which immediately sent reporter Yunfeng Ye to the scene.
One of China's most high profile Buddhist monks has been accused of demanding sexual favours from nuns. The abbot of Longquan Monastery in northwest Beijing, Shi Xuecheng, is accused of harassing numerous nuns in a page document compiled by two fellow monks. The leaked document, which includes evidence from alleged victims, was covered by state media before being censored.
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I had to have her. I HAD to have her. As the days went on, as my knowledge of her grew, I had to have her.