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giovedì 27 luglio 2017

MONTENEGRO.... Montenegro's parliament has voted to strip four opposition leaders of immunity over allegedly inciting violence inside the assembly this year. Rival lawmakers clashed and traded insults in the parliament building in February after lawmakers voted to strip immunity for two leaders of the pro-Russian Democratic Front, Andrija Mandic and Milan Knezevic. .....

Montenegrin opposition leader Milan Knezevic was one of four deputies stripped of their parliamentary immunity. (file photo)


Montenegro's parliament has voted to strip four opposition leaders of immunity over allegedly inciting violence inside the assembly this year. 
Rival lawmakers clashed and traded insults in the parliament building in February after lawmakers voted to strip immunity for two leaders of the pro-Russian Democratic Front, Andrija Mandic and Milan Knezevic. 
The motion against the two men was over their suspected involvement in what authorities say was a foiled coup meant to undermine the country's bid to join NATO.
In a tense session of parliament that lasted until midnight on July 26, lawmakers voted to strip the immunity of Democratic Front leaders Marina Jocic, Milutin Djukanovic, Branko Radulovic, and Knezevic over the violence in February. 
The motion against the four was requested by the state prosecutor's office. 

Mandic and Knezevic are being prosecuted over their suspected involvement in the alleged October 16 coup attempt that prosecutors say included plans to kill the then-prime minister and seize power.
Montenegro became NATO's 29th member on June 5, marking a historic turn toward the transatlantic alliance amid protests from traditional partner Russia and the members of the opposition.

Pakistani police say they have arrested the head of a village council and 23 other councilmen in central Pakistan on suspicion of ordering the rape of a 16-year-old girl as punishment for a rape committed by her brother. Police spokeswoman Shabina Kareem said on July 27 that the arrest of council chief Saeed Patwari and the councilmen from the village of Raja Pur, near the city of Multan, came in a series of raids in recent days....

People gather under a tree, the site of a rape of a 16-year-old girl allegedly ordered by a village council chief and 23 other councilmen near the city of Multan.


Pakistani police say they have arrested the head of a village council and 23 other councilmen in central Pakistan on suspicion of ordering the rape of a 16-year-old girl as punishment for a rape committed by her brother.
Police spokeswoman Shabina Kareem said on July 27 that the arrest of council chief Saeed Patwari and the councilmen from the village of Raja Pur, near the city of Multan, came in a series of raids in recent days.
Kareem said the suspects all attended a July meeting in which Patwari allegedly ordered Mohammad Ashfaq to rape the 16-year-old girl to avenge the rape of his 12-year-old sister by another man, Omar Wadda.
Police official Allah Baksh said the families of the two girls are related.
Authorities said both Ashfaq and Wadda were still at large.
A regional police chief and some other officers were fired for their belated response in the case after the first rape took place in Raja Pur on July 16.
Pakistan's Dawn newspaper reported that the 16-year-old girl was forced to appear before the group of councilmen and was raped by Ashfaq in front of them and her parents.
Police said medical examinations have confirmed rape in both cases.
Mohammad Bilal, a cousin of the 16-year-old rape victim, described how the council refused the family's request to go to police over the initial rape case and, instead, sought to carry out “honor crime” justice in line with traditions of the village by ordering the second rape.
Shahbaz Sharif, the chief minister of Punjab Province, said during a visit to Multan on July 27 that authorities “will do justice with both of the victims.”
Tahira Abdullah, a member of the Human Rights Commission of Pakistan, condemned the rapes and said that what the council did was illegal.
Abdullah demanded strong action against all who sanction such crimes.
So-called "honor" crime revenge rulings are common in some rural areas of Pakistan. 
In June 2002, a tribal council in the Muzaffargarh District of Punjab Province ordered the gang rape of Mukhtar Mai, a young woman who took the 13 rapists to court. 
That case gathered international prominence and Mai later opened a school for rural girls and founded the Mukhtar Mai Women's Welfare Organization (MMWWO).
The MMWWO provides legal help for victims of violence or injustice, many of them women.
With reporting by AP, AFP, and Dawn

Mir Hossein Musavi, 75, under house arrest since 2011, is suffering from irregular blood pressure and dizziness and is unable to walk without assistance, the opposition Kaleme website reported on July 26, citing information provided by his daughters.

Iranian oppositionist Mir Hossein Musavi (file photo)


A second Iranian opposition figure who is under house arrest has fallen ill, Iranian news agencies report, citing family members.
Mir Hossein Musavi, 75, under house arrest since 2011, is suffering from irregular blood pressure and dizziness and is unable to walk without assistance, the opposition Kaleme website reported on July 26, citing information provided by his daughters.
This comes two days after reports that fellow opposition leader Mehdi Karrubi, 79, also under house arrest for the past six years, had been hospitalized due to a heart condition.
Karrubi’s son, Mohammad Taghi Karrubi, told RFE/RL's Radio Farda on July 24 that his father’s health problems have been caused by his detention.
Karrubi, along with Musavi and Musavi’s wife, Zahra Rahnavard, were placed under house arrest in February 2011 for challenging the establishment over the disputed 2009 presidential vote and also for highlighting human rights abuses.
Rights groups have repeatedly called for the release of the three opposition figures. 
A relative moderate, President Hassan Rohani has promised to free political prisoners, but he has largely failed to fulfill the pledge that he first made during the presidential election in 2013.
During his re-election campaign earlier this year, Rohani said he would work for the release of Karrubi, Musavi, and Rahnavard. But he faces heavy opposition to the move from the country’s hard-liners.
Earlier this year, both Karrubi and Musavi pledged support for Rohani in the May 19 presidential election, in which Rohani easily won a new four-year term over a conservative challenger.
Based on reporting by RFE/RL’s Radio Farda, Kaleme, and Reuters

Dell SecureWorks on July 27 said its research showed Iran engaged in a campaign to trap targets in a so-called "honey pot," an espionage tactic involving seduction and often used by criminal hackers. It added that the “Mia Ash” identity had been active on sites -- including LinkedIn, Facebook, WhatsApp, and Blogger -- since at least April 2016. Most have since taken the profile down....

A cybersecurity firm says hackers working for the Iranian government have impersonated a young female photographer on social media to lure men working in key industries of Tehran’s regional rivals.
Dell SecureWorks on July 27 said its research showed Iran engaged in a campaign to trap targets in a so-called "honey pot," an espionage tactic involving seduction and often used by criminal hackers.
It added that the “Mia Ash” identity had been active on sites -- including LinkedIn, Facebook, WhatsApp, and Blogger -- since at least April 2016. Most have since taken the profile down.
Researcher Allison Wikoff said "Mia Ash" attempted, and often succeeded, in “grooming” men working in the Middle East and Africa, most of them in the oil and gas field. 
Dell SecureWorks said "Mia Ash" sent malware identified as a "photography survey" with an attachment in January.
The exact same malware was simultaneously sent by the Iranian hacking group Cobalt Gypsy during a "spear-phishing" e-mail attempt to the same potential victim's employer, it said.
The malware, known as PupyRAT, would give a hacker control of a compromised computer and provide access to an organization’s technology network, which the firm said suggested a government espionage operation.
The fake profile was of an “attractive woman in her mid-20s who lived in London and enjoyed travel, soccer, and popular musicians,” the research showed.
Dell SecureWorks said it was highly confident that Mia Ash was created and operated by Cobalt Gypsy, also known as OilRig.
Iranian officials did not immediately respond to requests for comment, Reuters news agency said.
With reporting by Reuters and Forbes

Russian President Vladimir Putin has signed a law ratifying a deal with the Syrian government allowing Moscow to keep its air base in Syria for 49 years with "a possibility to automatically extend the agreement to 25-year periods."...

Syrian President Bashar al-Assad sits inside a Sukhoi Su-27 jet during his visit to the Russian air base at Hmeimim on June 27.


Russian President Vladimir Putin has signed a law ratifying a deal with the Syrian government allowing Moscow to keep its air base in Syria for 49 years with "a possibility to automatically extend the agreement to 25-year periods."
The document signed on July 27 was placed on the Kremlin's website. 
The original deal, signed in Damascus in January, sets out the terms under which Russia can use its Hmemim Air Base near the Syrian coastal city of Latakia, which it has used to carry out air strikes since 2015 against forces opposing President Bashar al-Assad.
Both chambers of Russia's parliament, the State Duma and the Federation Council, approved the deal earlier in July.
The Russian Defense Ministry said in October that it was working to make its Syrian naval station at the port of Tartus a permanent base.

The Moscow-based Memorial Human Rights Center has handed materials regarding the fates of 13 Chechen men, who have been missing for months, to Russian Ombudswoman Tatyana Moskalkova and Russia's presidential Council for Civil Society and Human Rights.

Tatyana Moskalkova, the Kremlin's human rights ombudswoman


The Moscow-based Memorial Human Rights Center has handed materials regarding the fates of 13 Chechen men, who have been missing for months, to Russian Ombudswoman Tatyana Moskalkova and Russia's presidential Council for Civil Society and Human Rights.
Memorial's chairman, Oleg Orlov, said on July 27 that the organization has determined that authorities launched an investigation against the 13 missing men on suspicion that they attacked law enforcement officers in December in Russia's North Caucasus region of Chechnya. 
On July 24, Memorial issued a report saying that the 13 men were detained by Chechen police from December through February and that no information about their fate was given to relatives.
The report said it was confirmed that one of the men, Said-Ramzan Abdulkerimov, died in custody, reportedly of a "heart attack," but his body was never given to relatives.
On July 9, Russia's Novaya Gazeta newspaper published the names of 27 Chechens reportedly arrested in December and January in Chechnya in response to a December 17 attack against police in Grozny.
The newspaper claimed all 27 men were executed by police in Grozny, on the night of January 26 without facing trial.
Chechen Information Minister Dzhambulat Umarov rejected the newspaper's report, calling it "a lie."
Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said Moscow was aware of both Novaya Gazeta's report and the denial by Chechen authorities.
Chechnya has been ruled by Ramzan Kadyrov, who is backed by Russian President Vladimir Putin, since 2007.
Human rights groups have criticized Kadyrov and his paramilitary forces for serious rights abuses, including the widespread use of kidnapping, torture, and extrajudicial killings.
With reporting by Kavkazsky Uzel
* This story was amended to correct the date of the 27 executions reported by Novaya Gazeta. It was January 26, not July 26-27.

Mikheil Saakashvili, the former Georgian president and Odesa regional governor who has been stripped of his Ukrainian citizenship, is vowing to resist what he called the "cowardly" move and to "continue fighting for a real European Ukraine."

Former Georgian President and Odesa Governor Mikheil Saakashvili (file photo)


Mikheil Saakashvili, the former Georgian president and Odesa regional governor who has been stripped of his Ukrainian citizenship, is vowing to resist what he called the "cowardly" move and to "continue fighting for a real European Ukraine."
In a video statement posted on Facebook on July 27, Saakashvili lashed out at President Petro Poroshenko and charged that he was facing the same ill-treatment from the government that countless citizens of Ukraine face every day.
"I am a simple Ukrainian," Saakashvili said. "Today they are trying to do to me what prosecutors or bureaucrats do to ordinary Ukrainians: spitting on their rights."
Poroshenko's office confirmed to RFE/RL that Saakashvili's citizenship has been revoked, saying that it was done at the request of the Migration Service. It declined to give the reason, saying the information was personal and would not be made public.
A liberal lawmaker from Poroshenko's faction in parliament, Serhiy Leshchenko, said it appeared the president's intention was to force Saakashvili to stay out of Ukraine and seek refuge in the United States. 
That "will never happen," Saakashvili, who had written in Facebook on July 25 that he was in the United States, said in the video. "I will fight for my legal right to return to Ukraine."
'Cowardly' Move
Saakashvili said it was "cowardly" of Poroshenko to strip him of his citizenship when he was out of the country. He added that the decision came after the opposition party he leads, the Movement Of New Forces, announced plans to organize street protests against the government in the autumn.
"As soon as those in power realized that the opposition is unifying in order to come out into the streets this fall and put an end to their oligarchic pact, their fear overcame their reason," Saakashvili said.
WATCH: Saakashvili Lashes Out At Poroshenko, Vows To Seek Return To Ukraine
He said that by annulling his citizenship, Poroshenko "signed off on his own demise." He accused the president of trying to maintain grip on power "by all possible means" and warned that Poroshenko could share the fate of his predecessor Viktor Yanukovych, who was toppled by pro-European protests in February 2014 and fled to Russia.
Saakashvili, 49, is an adamantly pro-Western reformist who was swept to power in Georgia by the peaceful Rose Revolution protests of 2003 and served two terms as president in 2004-2013. His popularity declined in his later years in office, in part because of a five-day war with Russia during which Moscow's forces drove deep into the South Caucasus country, and his long-ruling party was voted out of power in a 2012 parliamentary election.
Saakashvili was stripped of his Georgian citizenship in 2015, after Poroshenko appointed him as governor of Ukraine's Odesa region -- a post that required him to take Ukrainian citizenship. Georgia is seeking his extradition to face charges -- which he says are politically motivated -- connected to the violent dispersal of protests and a raid on a private television station.
'No Matter What!'
He resigned as Odesa governor in November 2016, complaining of official obstruction of anticorruption efforts, accusing Poroshenko of dishonesty, and charging that the central government was sabotaging crucial reforms.
"I obtained Ukrainian citizenship to fight for reforms, to fight for a successful future for Ukraine, on which the future of my native Georgia depends as well," Saakashvili said in the video statement. 
"Every day that I have had a Ukrainian...passport I have worked so that Ukraine could win and become a real European country," he said. "I am more Ukrainian than the majority of today's [Ukrainian] lawmakers. I love Ukraine with all my heart and I will continue fighting here, in our Ukraine, no matter what!" 
On July 26, reports in Ukraine cited officials in the Migration Service as saying that Saakashvili's citizenship was revoked because, when he filled out application forms to obtain citizenship in 2015, he did not say that a probe was launched against him in Georgia.
Saakashvili dismissed that explanation, saying that no country including Ukraine has officially accepted the charges filed against him in Tbilisi.
On July 27, some 400 members of Saakashvili's Movement Of New Forces and its supporters protested on Independence Square in Kyiv against the move.
Without citizenship, Saakashvili cannot seek political office in Ukraine, where his party is calling for early parliamentary elections and a presidential vote is to be held in March 2019. 
With reporting by RFE/RL's Ukrainian Service

Russian President Vladimir Putin has lashed out at U.S. attempts to impose stricter sanctions on Moscow, saying his country was ready to “retaliate” if Washington moved ahead with the plan being put forward by Congress.....

Russian President Vladimir Putin speaks to reporters in Savonlinna, Finland, on July 27.


Russian President Vladimir Putin has lashed out at U.S. attempts to impose stricter sanctions on Moscow, saying his country was ready to “retaliate” if Washington moved ahead with the plan being put forward by Congress.
Putin, speaking at a news conference on July 27 during a visit to Finland, said Russia was "exercising restraint and patience but, at some moment, we'll have to retaliate."
“It's impossible to endlessly tolerate this boorishness toward our country," Putin told reporters.
Putin’s comments came after Republicans in the U.S. Congress said on July 26 they had reached agreement on a bill that would impose new sanctions on Moscow and would prevent President Donald Trump from easing punitive measures without congressional approval.
The bill has wide bipartisan support in the House and Senate. It would require Trump’s signature, but a veto by the president could theoretically be overridden by Congress.
The U.S. administration has sent conflicting signals as to whether Trump would sign the bill. The president has said he opposes moves that would tie his hands in dealing with Russia and his ability to adjust sanctions should conditions require it.
White House Communications Director Anthony Scaramucci on July 27 said Trump "may sign the sanctions exactly the way they are, or he may veto the sanctions and negotiate an even tougher deal against the Russians."
Trump's presidency has been clouded by allegations that Russia meddled in the election on his behalf.
The Justice Department and Congress are conducting separate investigations into Moscow's alleged interference and whether there was any collusion between Trump's campaign and Russia, which denies the allegations.
It was not immediately clear when the new legislation, which also includes sanctions against North Korea and Iran, would be formally approved by both houses of Congress and sent to Trump, as some politicians said it still required fine-tuning. 
The bill would introduce new financial sanctions and enshrine into law a series of sanctions imposed by former President Barack Obama over Russia's alleged meddling in the 2016 U.S. presidential election and its aggression in Ukraine, where Moscow seized the Crimean Peninsula in March 2014 and backs separatists in a war that has killed more than 10,000 people in the country's east.
In anticipation of its passage, Putin intensified his complaints about the U.S. move, threatening retaliation without being specific.
"When will our response follow? What will it be? That will depend on the final version of the draft law which is now being debated in the U.S. Senate," he said in Finland.
He also referred to the ongoing diplomatic dispute between Moscow and Washington that began in December when Obama ordered the seizure of Russian diplomatic property in the United States and the expulsion of 35 Russian diplomats.
"This goes beyond all reasonable bounds," Putin said. "And now these sanctions -- they are also absolutely unlawful from the point of view of international law."
"It's very sad that U.S.-Russian relations are being sacrificed to resolve internal policy issues in the U.S.," the Russian president said.
"It's a pity, because acting together we could be solving jointly the most acute problems that worry the peoples of Russia and the United States much more efficiently," he added.
Putin said, though, that Russia had "many friends" in the United States and that he hoped disputes between the two countries would eventually be solved.
With reporting by AP, Reuters, Politico, dpa, and New York Times

ELVIS PRESLEY IL RE ..... Il re è vivo più che mai, dopo quarant' anni. E non solo perché ci sono teste dure che si ostinano a credere che non sia mai morto (da due anni ad agosto ogni anno viene organizzato un folcloristico Elvis Ain' t Dead fest, al quale, per la verità il monarca del rock n' roll non si è finora presentato). Ma perché il suo nome continua splendidamente a far cassa (in totale, da quando è morto, 350 milioni di dollari) sotto forma di dischi, cimeli, santini, mostre, libri, spettacoli, speculazioni e via dicendo.......





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Marco Molendini  per Il Messaggero

Il re è vivo più che mai, dopo quarant' anni. E non solo perché ci sono teste dure che si ostinano a credere che non sia mai morto (da due anni ad agosto ogni anno viene organizzato un folcloristico Elvis Ain' t Dead fest, al quale, per la verità il monarca del rock n' roll non si è finora presentato). Ma perché il suo nome continua splendidamente a far cassa (in totale, da quando è morto, 350 milioni di dollari) sotto forma di dischi, cimeli, santini, mostre, libri, spettacoli, speculazioni e via dicendo.

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Tutto per la gioia con la consolabile vedova Priscilla, insaziabile amministratrice del mito, ma anche per quella dell' industria discografica e per la città santuario di Memphis, luogo di pellegrinaggio dove il culto lievita nel mese della commozione suprema: agosto. Lieviterà ancor di più quest' anno, perché il 16 si ricordano i quarantanni della scomparsa di Elvis, vittima di un cocktail supremo di pillole e che fece scoppiare il suo cuore mentre, ingozzato di cibo, era seduto su un trono tutt' altro che regale: il suo gabinetto.

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Oggi Presley avrebbe 82 anni, inutile chiedersi come sarebbe: le ultime immagini lo dipingono in disfacimento avanzato (si racconta che, nell' anno della sua morte, si fosse fatto prescrivere circa diecimila pillole). Ma col tempo il suo ricordo si è ingigantito. Il fatto è che la figura di Elvis ha assunto proporzioni mistiche per un popolo di fedeli adulti, la cui venerazione per l' innegabile fascino della voce (basta sentirla) viene alimentata dal bisogno insaziabile del mito che caratterizza i nostri tempi.

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Poco contano i sondaggi come quello del Guardian in Gran Bretagna, che ha rivelato che il 30 per cento dei ragazzi fra i 18 e i 24 anni non abbia mai sentito una sua canzone (non è escluso che il test sia buono anche per noi). Nel 2016, le sue canzoni su Spotify hanno avuto 382 milioni di ascolti e, quest' anno, solo Cant' help falling in love è già a 90 milioni. Il mito dello scomparso va a gonfie vele, specie nel mondo del rock, dove a ogni morte si crea una reazione contraria (è successo con Kurt Cobain, Michael Jackson, David Bowie), buona per alimentare la nostalgia, considerando che le cose irripetibili sono le più preziose.
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Così re Elvis è costantemente riproposto, con Priscilla pronta a rendere Memphis e Graceland degna meta per le migliaia di fedeli (un milione, si stima) la cui fame verrà saziata da eventi, concerti, vendite di oggetti ricordo.

Già, il feticismo, altro elemento forte della leggenda Presley e Graceland ne è il suo monumento dove si possono fare, perfino, vacanze tutto compreso in motel con piscina a forma di chitarra e channell tv 24 ore con Elvis. Nei dintorni, per chi vuole, c' è una cappella dove potersi sposare, naturalmente con l' officiante in pacchianissimo costume presleyano. Lo stesso servizio è offerto a Las Vegas, dove il re è ancora di casa, visto che ospita in continuazione memorial e, in questo mese, ha lanciato un festival che ha per protagonista il suo più noto impersonatore, Brad Mitchell.

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Naturalmente il quarantennale porterà con se nuovi dischi (c' è la raccolta A boy from Tupelo, tre cd con le registrazioni Sun dal 53 al 55, compresi i primi demo che Elvis pagò 3,98 dollari), libri e film. Proprio pochi giorni fa Variety ha annunciato il via a un biopic sul colonnello Tom Parker, artefice e amministratore del mito Presley e sulla sua misteriosa storia di clandestino arrivato negli anni Venti dall' Olanda pare in modo illegale (sembra che dietro ci fosse addirittura un delitto): e, il fatto che non potesse disporre di un passaporto, sarebbe stato il motivo principale per cui Elvis nella sua carriera non ha mai cantato in Europa.
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Naturalmente ci sarà il solito sfogo sui cimeli (è stato venduto all' asta un pigiama per 8 mila dollari), ma non si arriverà all' eccesso di quando, in Inghilterra, vennero messe all' incanto addirittura le mutande (non lavate) usate in un concerto del 77 (nessuno, però, se la sentì di portarsele a casa).

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Qualcosa succederà anche da noi. In particolare al Summer jamboree di Senigallia, con la mostra Elvis Presley Museum: esporrà 100 oggetti fra cui la sua Cadillac favorita (ne aveva 220) una Fleetwood Broughman, la Hagström rossa usata nello show tv del 68 Comeback Special, il foglio di congedo militare del 1960, il libro che stava leggendo prima della sua morte, The Way Out, con la banconota usata come segnalibro, il primo dollaro guadagnato, l' amuleto che Elvis donava alle donne che amava.
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SESSO... Quando si tratta di sesso, è difficile parlare di ciò che non va. Il video di ‘Cut.com’ mostra le coppie che raccontano cosa cambierebbero sotto le lenzuola, ognuno spiega cosa vorrebbe che l’altro facesse, usando agrumi e banane come metafora dei rispettivi genitali....

Valerie Siebert per “Daily Mail

VIDEO ‘COSA VOGLIONO LE COPPIE NEL SESSO’


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Quando si tratta di sesso, è difficile parlare di ciò che non va. Il video di ‘Cut.com’ mostra le coppie che raccontano cosa cambierebbero sotto le lenzuola, ognuno spiega cosa vorrebbe che l’altro facesse, usando agrumi e banane come metafora dei rispettivi genitali


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Ad esempio una donna dice alla partner che si ferma troppo presto, prima ancora che lei sia completamente soddisfatta, e che dovrebbe concentrarsi su tutto il corpo per eccitarla, non solo su una parte. Un’altra spiega alla compagna che la lingerie ha il suo fascino e non va sottovalutata: la preferisce alla nudità.
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Una ragazza spiega al fidanzato l’importanza della lubrificazione, un’altra usa un limone per mostrare come dovrebbe darle piacere con la lingua. Una donna ammette che non ha mai orgasmi durante il rapporto e deve occuparsene da sola, cacciando dal letto il compagno.

Qualcuna si lamenta della durata: «Aspetto tutto il giorno di fare sesso, e poi finisce in 30 secondi. Quando va bene due minuti».
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Una coppia del Queensland, in Australia, stava cucinando la cena quando un visitatore inaspettato ha fatto capolino dalla finestra. Era un gigantesco ragno cacciatore, i cui morsi possono causare nausea, vomito, e giorni di gonfiore (ma non sono letali).......





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Dagonews - Una coppia del Queensland, in Australia, stava cucinando la cena quando un visitatore inaspettato ha fatto capolino dalla finestra. Era un gigantesco ragno cacciatore, i cui morsi possono causare nausea, vomito, e giorni di gonfiore (ma non sono letali). Assomigliano molto alle tarantole, e vivono nello stesso habitat: per questo i due ragazzi si sono spaventati e hanno fatto un video in cui chiedevano (scherzosamente) di essere salvati, poi finito su ‘Bored Panda’.

Leggiamo da Wikipedia: ‘Sono capaci di camminare sulle zampe in modo estremamente veloce, e salire sui muri e sui soffitti. Al tentativo di afferrarli cercano di aggrapparsi o di dimenarsi convulsivamente (da cui il nome) e, senza preavviso, mordono, soprattutto se sono femmine che trasportano un sacco ovigero.

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I maschi di Heteropoda venatoria esibiscono un curioso rito di accoppiamento: appena percepiscono particolari feromoni emessi dalla femmina, si ancorano dove si trovano e con le zampe e con l'addome emettono vibrazioni sul terreno con ritmo tale che se la femmina è interessata all'accoppiamento, si avvicinerà e si renderà disponibile al maschio.’

Ma in questo caso non si parla di accoppiamento: i due hanno provato ad allontanarlo, avvicinandogli il gatto di casa – cosa che lo ha fatto sicuramente incazzare – finché non hanno provato ad ammazzarlo schiacciandolo nella porta scorrevole. Non ha funzionato del tutto, e il mostro, ferito ma non morto, si è allontanato.

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