Top ten sex stories this year
A lot of our most read stories were about sex in 2012. Here are the ten top sex-orientated stories you read.
1:) The hard truth about penis size around the world - Times LIVE
South African men rank sixth in the world in average penis size, according to research.
2:) Uproar over Mbau nude pics - Times LIVE
People who post sexy pictures on social networks might be held criminally liable, the Film and Publication Board said yesterday.
3:) Mummy porn selling fast and furious in SA - Times LIVE
Interest in erotic romance, or "mummy porn" as it has been dubbed, is growing uncontrollably in South Africa.
4:) Naked Ukrainian protesters detained in Davos - Times LIVE
Three topless Ukrainian protesters have been detained after trying to break into an invitation-only gathering of international CEOs and political leaders.
5:) Petite blonde who had sex with Staffordshire terrier and Labrador sent for mental examination - Times LIVE
A Pretoria woman accused of having sex with two dogs was instructed to undergo mental examination when she appeared in the Pretoria Magistrate's Court, a report said on Friday.
6:) Go-Topless Day in New York: Gallery - Times LIVE
Some two dozen topless women protested in a New York City park on a hot, sweaty Sunday as part of what they called National Go-Topless Day to draw attention to inequality in topless rights between men and women.
7:) Semen makes you happy: study - Times LIVE
A study has found that woman who are directly exposed to semen on a regular basis are less depressed.
8:) South Africa gets gold in outdoor sex - Times LIVE
South Africans are rated the "hottest lovers" when it comes to outdoor sex, according to an infidelity dating website.
9:) Blond with two vaginas offered porn movie role - Times LIVE
A UK woman who has two vaginas has apparently been offered R12 million to star in a porn movie, according to media reports.
10:) The life of a woman who had the gall to enjoy sex
A column by Andrew Donaldson about the book Country Girl: A Memoir, by Edna O'Brien, an autobiograpy about their author and the resistance she faced in Ireland, where, to quote Donaldson, "the problem, she maintained, was not that she was a woman, but that she thought of herself as glamorous and, unfortunately, she enjoyed sex."