Earlier this week, a home that sources say could have been a marijuana grow operation exploded. The explosion killed a New York City Fire Department battalion chief named Michael Fahy. Along with Fahy’s death, six police officers, nine other firefighters, two civilians, and two utilities workers were also injured. Today marks the first time since […]

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Sex and weed: They’re two of humanity’s favorite things. But are they peanut butter and chocolate or goths and sunlight? There’s strong anecdotal evidence to suggest that, yeah, we’re looking at a big, delicious Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup here… though with some interesting qualifications. First off, some weed offers a “body high” that translates into […]

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Weed isn’t usually a plant associated to sex. On a superficial level it is more likely to conjure up thoughts of food, the couch and maybe some fits of giggling. But according to countless studies, the stereotypes need expanding. Over the thousands of years that humans have been consuming marijuana, its effect on the libido […]

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Members of a Rotherham sex gang today yelled ‘Allahu Akbar’ in court as they were jailed for abusing a girl who fell pregnant aged 12 after being groomed with alcohol. Six men were given sentences between 10 years and 20 years – and totalling more than 80 years – by a judge who heard details […]

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For those of you not in the adult industry, January is the big trade show month. It includes XBiz360, the XBiz Awards, the Adult Novelty Manufacturing Expo (ANME), AVN Novelty B2B Expo, the Adult Entertainment Expo and the AVN Awards. And honestly there are probably more that I’m forgetting. This week XBiz and ANME took […]

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After Colorado implemented its recreational marijuana law in 2014, one of the paramount tasks for state health officials was to monitor potential public-health outcomes. The state’s first report, released in January 2015 by a panel of doctors, scientists and public health officials, contained what was effectively “baseline data,” state officials said at the time. It […]

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