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The original title of my 2 books in 1 novel, THE SEX TOURIST, is SORORAL BONDS. In this book the two main ‘characters’ (and authors) are non-identical twins. In the beginning of Book Two one of them experiences twin telepathy. Female non-identical twins should be called sororal twins (soror is for sister in Latin). Non-identical twins are called fraternal twins, but this is correct … Read More Telepathy in Fraternal Twins
The majority of serial killers’ victims are women. Among them the sex workers are exposed the most due to their “high risk lifestyles”. They are the most convenient targets of serial killers. A definition of serial murder was settled on by the FBI recently: “The unlawful killing of two or more victims by the same offender(s), in separate events.” Known serial killers are rare, … Read More Are Serial Killers Rare?
For many working girls, loitering on the streets is a thing of the past. Picking up a sex worker has become much easier in the UK and elsewhere due to sex apps. A website called ‘Find Brothels’ claims to have almost 15,000 brothels just in the London area and tens of thousands more elsewhere in England. How could this be when brothels are actually … Read More Brothels in the UK
The London Abused Women’s Centre boycotted the annual rally of Take Back the Night on Thursday, September 15, because they didn’t agree to a leading Pole Fitness club, The Pole House, to stage a brilliant demonstration at Victoria Park during the march. You could read about it more here. I find this very disturbing. To strengthen the false perception which links pole fitness and … Read More Take Back the Pole
In July the FBI has declared that software it used during a sting operation, and which judges have tried to throw out of court for not having appropriate warrants, could not be malware because the FBI did not have malicious intent. Should the government or anyone else have the right to ‘infect’ smartphones or laptops of people, even if they are suspected criminals or … Read More Ethical Use of Malware? Is That Possible?
The governments of many countries, including the UK, have begun keeping a database with DNA profiles. These consist mainly of the information of those who have been accused, or convicted, of a crime. The samples have been collected from human cells at crime scenes, or the criminals themselves. Short tandem repeats of the DNA are stored and tested, instead of the full genomic sequence, … Read More A National Genetic Database – Pros vs Cons
Finding that special someone who you will share your time, your emotions and your dreams can be really challenging. With the rising popularity of internet dating, time constraints and the limited number of places there are to frequent means that meeting people has become significantly harder. A good way to know where to meet someone is to go places that you would plan to … Read More The 5 Most Romantic Places to Find a Partner
Even though many people are unaware of it, the trafficking of humans is quite prevalent in our modern society. Statistics reveal that as many as 45.8 million people are thought to currently be slaves, with 68% subjected to forced labour, 26% being children and 55% women and girls. Those that are trafficked are controlled against their will, and exploited for somebody else’s benefit. Every … Read More Human Trafficking – The Horrors of Modern Day Slavery
The city of Budapest was founded in 1873 by the unification of three smaller ones: Buda, Pest and Obuda. 20% of Hungary’s population currently resides in the capital, and their customs have been influenced by other nations over many centuries. The written history of the area extends as far back as 35BC, when it was under the leadership of the Romans. In 1526, the … Read More Budapest – Turkish Influence in the Hungarian Capital