‘LOW CUT & CHEAP’ Oktoberfest beer festival backlash over ‘porn’ outfits as Germans moan about tourists in ‘cheap’ revealing clothes

Sexy versions of the Bavarian Dirndl dress with low cut blouses and ridiculously short hemlines are increasingly worn by tipsy tourists joining the six million revellers at the famous festival in Munich every September tourists joining the six million revellers at the famous festival in Munich every September By Patrick Knox 8th September 2018, 9:25 am Updated: 8th September 2018, 3:00 pm STEIN swilling female tourists who flock to Oktoberfest for a knees up are being slammed for wearing outrageous versions of the traditional Bavarian dress. Cultural leaders believe much of what…

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A porn company promises to insert customers into scenes using deepfakes

A new service says it will let customers live out their fantasies with the help of AI Graphic by James Bareham / The Verge The concept of “deepfakes” hit the internet late last year like a weirdly rendered bombshell after amateur coders discovered that they could use AI to quickly and easily face-swap celebrities into pornographic clips. The phenomenon raised important questions about consent and revenge porn, but advocates for the technology have always maintained it can have non-harmful uses, too. One of these is porn company Naughty America. This week, it launched…

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Same-sex relationships are still a crime in 69 countries

(CNN)India has struck down a colonial-era law punishing consensual gay sex, but there are still 69 other countries with laws on the books that criminalize same-sex sexual activity between consenting adults. Some countries, such as Papua New Guinea and the United Arab Emirates, jail people in openly same-sex relationships for decades. And in Iran, Sudan and Yemen, they can end up on death row. Of the 193 countries recognized by the United Nations, the following criminalize same-sex relations, according to the Geneva-based International Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans and Intersex Association,…

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