(CBS/AP) A new crime wave is sweeping over the online world. It's called "sextortion," and teenage girls are in the cross-hairs.
Federal prosecutors and child safety advocates say they're seeing an upswing in cases of the emerging cybercrime.
They say teens who text nude cell phone photos of themselves or show off their bodies on the Internet are being contacted by pornographers who threaten to expose their behavior to friends and family unless they pose for more explicit porn, creating a vicious cycle of exploitation.Continue »
(CBS) From the time she was 16 years old, German pop star Nadja Benaissa knew she had HIV. She was three months pregnant at the time.
But that didn't stop the singer from having unprotected sex with at least three partners since then, according to charges brought against her in a German court. The 28-year-old is accused of "causing bodily harm and attempting to cause bodily harm," by not informing her lovers of her status, according to AFP.Continue »
(CBS) You've heard of foot fetishes, leather fetishes, handcuffs.
But we dug around a bit and found some fetishes so strange that it's hard to believe they actually exist.
But they do.PICTURES: 15 Most Shocking Sexual Fetishes
But what distinguishes a fetish from say, a preference or a turn-on?Continue »
(CBS) For many women, Holly Hill might be the last woman on Earth they would take relationship advice from.
The beautiful 40-something Australian with a psychology degree spent a full year of her life as a well paid mistress, seeking out married men eager for sex and romance they weren't getting at home.Continue »
(CBS) Melissa Orlov knows a thing or two about the toxic effect ADHD can have on a marriage - and not because she's a psychologist.
She knows about the alienation, frustration and ceaseless disagreements from first-hand experience.
For the past 21 years, Orlov, a mother of two who lives near Boston, has been married to a man with ADHD, a.k.a. attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder. She says the marriage is strong now that her husband, George, is getting treatment to control symptoms of the common disorder, which can make people impulsive and easily distracted.Continue »
(CBS) The first man to have a baby is at it again.
Thomas Beatie has given birth to his third child, according to RadarOnline.
The Oregon dad - born female and now a male after gender reassignment surgery - gave birth to his second son last week, according to the site.
(CBS) Madison Avenue, New York City, circa 1963, sure looks like fun: sweet cars, gorgeous clothes, decadent affairs in palatial hotel rooms, and martini-fueled oyster feasts in the middle of the afternoon.
But then there's having to spend every day in an office that's choked with cigarette smoke, and sharing the road to the Hamptons with drivers too drunk to see.Continue »
(CBS) Is "thinking off" medically possible?
While the drug industry searches for a way to increase women's sexual libidos, some sisters are doing it for themselves.
Barbara Carrellas, a New York-based sex educator not only claims she has found a way to orgasm just by thinking, she's teaching others to do it.Continue »