Two of Australia’s top retailers announced they will no longer stock Kylie Minog’s lingerie collection. Is the singer’s comeback less than stellar?
Taking the ‘sex’ out of ‘sex expo’: A “sex expo” in Korea cancelled many of its controversial events, including strip shows, lingerie exhibits and kissing contests on the first day of the four-day event due to criticism from women’s groups. The “2006 Seoul Sex Edu Expo” denied refunds to the people who demanded them.
And what have you learned from the “2006 Seoul Sex Edu Expo”?
A) Koreans are awfully conservative
B) Korean women have lots of power
C) Koreans are as open and positive about sex as Americans
(Post your answer as a comment!)
Seven dancers from Miss Kitka’s House of Burlesque, aged from their mid-20s to mid-50s, took part in the cabaret-style entertainment, which included striptease and sexually suggestive comedy at a government-sponsored conference dinner at the Old Parliament House in Canberra, Australia.
When striptease dance teacher and performer, Rebecca Gale, took the stage, many of the women in the audience walked out. Given the blame was Gale’s burlesque costume which was seen only after the balloons were popped: a corset and bra worn with pink frilly panties and fish-net tights. The burlesque costume is now up for auction at eBay.
Burlesque in 2006 is too risque??! What has happened to the folks down under… :sigh: