This recent China Daily article attempts to draw attention to the accusations of “group licentiousness” against a teenage girl in southern China:
GUANGZHOU – A 17-year-old girl who is suspected of participating in group sex parties has been put on trial in Dongguan No 2 People’s Court in Guangzhou.
Li Jie (alias), a sophomore at Houjie vocational school, is being charged with group licentiousness in Dongguan.
In the public indictment, the prosecution said Li, who repeatedly had sex with several male students on one occasion, committed group licentiousness.
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If you are one of the 1500 lucky ladies mentioned in the story, TFF would love to hear from you….
Nowadays, there is a popular saying among Japanese girls that goes “What we want is Chinese food and men, not French lovers or American houses.” This means Japanese girls have lost their interest in French and American men. In Japan, men from China are becoming more popular with Japanese girls….
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Let’s face it. Sharon Stone is famous for one reason and one reason only: she flashed her vagina to the entire world in Basic Instinct. Does this qualify her to share her political views? In Hollywood, I guess the answer is a big fat Marv Albert-style “Yes!”.
At a red carpet event in Cannes, Stone weighed in on the karmic connection between the violent suppression of protests in Tibet and the recent earthquake. Stone’s vagina commented:
“I’m not happy about the way the Chinese are treating the Tibetans because I don’t think anyone should be unkind to anyone else,” Stone said Thursday during a Cannes Film Festival red-carpet interview with Hong Kong’s Cable Entertainment News. “And then this earthquake and all this stuff happened, and then I thought, is that karma? When you’re not nice that the bad things happen to you?”
Thanks for putting that together for us Sharon Stone. Please, for the sake of humanity, can you now turn your attention to global warming or solving the mysteries of cold fusion?
Of course, we get an immediate response from the usual gang of idiots who have announced plans to boycott Sharon Stone movies and remove advertisements featuring her in China. That hurts. I bet her movies do really well in China. At least the Chinese Foreign Ministry gives the dignified response: silence.
UPDATE: Christian Dior announces that they will no longer feature Sharon Stone in their advertisements . . . in China. Sharon Stone apologizes and offers to assist with earthquake relief work. And the Foreign Ministry can’t resist and has to comment. Full story here. The New York Times also nicely manages to compare Stone’s foot in mouth affecting her endorsements with the recent Edison Chen scandal in Hong Kong (naked pics lost him Pepsi and Disney) and Ronaldo in Brazil (trannie encounters lost him a mobile phone sponsorship).