Tag: Sex

  • That’s how porn star Stormy Daniels became a threat to Trump

    That’s how porn star Stormy Daniels became a threat to Trump

    Hear Washington Correspondent Cecilia Khavar recount Donald Trump’s meeting with porn star Stormy Daniels in 2006. She claims they had sex, which Trump denies. Right now, a court in New York is investigating whether Trump can be prosecuted after his lawyer paid money to the porn star in connection with the 2016 election campaign. Trump […]

  • Therefore, Swedish sex buyers are not sentenced to prison

    Therefore, Swedish sex buyers are not sentenced to prison

    Ekot’s crime reporter Simon Andrén gives the story of Sweden’s new sex purchase law. After “Operation Torsk” there was a debate about the purchase of sex and the law was changed so that the fine penalty was removed. Imprisonment is now the law’s only punishment. But after a number of cases have been tried, still […]

  • “Paedo” and “porn” accusations ahead of drag queen children’s show courting controversy in Copenhagen

    The Danes are extremely liberal – or at least we have always been led to believe that. After all, they were the first to legalize pornography and same-sex civil unions. But there has always been this suspicion that a silent majority rejects dullness. Take the raunchy sex shop windows for example: more people would go […]

  • Gangs have become more common in Helsinki, the police say

    Gangs have become more common in Helsinki, the police say

    The forces have been linked to, among other things, drug, violence and traffic crimes. The activity of such gangs has increased, especially in the capital, and the police receive reports of key members almost daily. Such activity may have gone unnoticed by the general public Mark HeinikariDetective Chief of the Helsinki Police Department. He revealed […]

  • Gender-neutral names an increasingly popular choice for newborns in Denmark

    You have an interview with Robin at 2pm, or you’ve just met Charlie online and you might assume they’re men, but you won’t know until you meet them. That’s certainly the way it should be: gender-neutral names help eliminate prejudice, whether it’s a patient anticipating their doctor’s visit or a recruiter looking at job applications. […]

  • “Linnea”, 14, was branded promiscuous by the authorities

    “Linnea”, 14, was branded promiscuous by the authorities

    The Echo has gone through nearly 300 decisions on compulsory care according to the LVU, the Act with special provisions on the care of young people. And the survey shows that many young girls have received similar stamps. Sexual reasons are addressed in decisions on compulsory care for every third girl, but only every sixteenth […]

  • More money, more children – if you’re a man

    Men and women are affected differently by the size of their salary when it comes to having families. In a joint study by the universities of Oxford and Copenhagen, researchers found that men with higher wages are more likely to have more children. On the other hand, women with high wages are more likely to […]

  • Almost half of the board positions in Finnish listed companies are filled by women, but additional measures are needed

    Almost half of the board positions in Finnish listed companies are filled by women, but additional measures are needed

    For several years, the Central Chamber of Commerce has monitored the number of women on the boards of listed companies based on the composition of the boards appointed at the general meetings. When looking at the statistics of 2022 and all listed companies, almost half of the companies already meet the gender equality goal. Of […]

  • A new study shows that women suffer from chronic stress more often than men in the Nordic countries

    A new study shows that women suffer from chronic stress more often than men in the Nordic countries

    According to the study, the biggest difference between men and women experiencing chronic stress was in Sweden, where 50% of women and only 36% of men experienced long-term stress. In Denmark, both men and women experienced the least amount of stress, but there was still a clear difference between the sexes. The study found that […]

  • Gender equality "300 years away": Chief of the UN

    Gender equality "300 years away": Chief of the UN

    He also recalled cases where women’s rights were taken away and said that in Afghanistan, women have been erased from public life. He also stated that in many other places women’s sexual and reproductive rights were revoked. “In some countries, girls going to school are at risk of abduction and abuse. In others, the police […]

  • Men had longer working weeks than women in 2022

    Women worked an average of four hours less per week than men in 2022, according to Statistics Denmark. The annual Labor Force Survey showed that men had an average working week of 38.3 hours, while for women it was 34.2. The statistics exclude students. The survey indicates that women are almost three times more likely […]

  • Male Community – The Gentleman bulls turn 35 years old

    Male Community – The Gentleman bulls turn 35 years old

    Last week, the group celebrated its 35th anniversary, and Kropp & Själ got to participate. What has happened to the group during this time and to the members? How have they been able to keep it alive for so long? Over the past few decades, we’ve seen men’s groups come and go. From the velor […]

  • The state will apologize for violence, sexual assault and forced castration in nursing homes

    Earlier today, Minister of Social Affairs and Housing Pernille Rosenkrantz-Theil announced that an apology will be given by the state for assaults committed in care homes, reports DR. The offenses took place between 1933 and 1980 in the sector once known as ‘care for the special and mentally retarded’. The proposed apology follows a government […]

  • Every second Dane opposes raising the abortion limit

    A recent eOpinion survey conducted for DR shows that 48 percent of Danes believe that the abortion limit should not be raised. Less than a third think it should. The abortion debate had long been dormant in Denmark, and there had been no change to the 12-week limit since abortion was legalized 50 years ago. […]

  • HS: Anneli Auer’s children retract the evidence presented against their mother

    HS: Anneli Auer’s children retract the evidence presented against their mother

    The court found that crimes had been committed against all four of Auer’s children. Helsingin Sanomat reported on Friday that it had seen footage of the eldest child, who claims in an interview that no crimes have really taken place, which his three siblings have confirmed. The children said that they made up their stories […]

  • Lena Dunham – Girls, the drives and the excuses

    Lena Dunham – Girls, the drives and the excuses

    Lena Dunham (b. 1986) is the director, screenwriter and actor who created Girls, one of the most talked about TV series of the 10th century, before she turned 25. She is crowned the “queen of comedy” and is celebrated for her pioneering portraits of women and sharp eyes on the present, sex and relationships. At […]

  • EU calls for arms embargo to end military atrocities in Myanmar

    EU calls for arms embargo to end military atrocities in Myanmar

    YANGON, Myanmar – The European Union has imposed asset freezes and travel bans on 16 individuals and entities in military-ruled Myanmar, including the energy minister, influential businessmen and senior officers, for “serious” human rights abuses in the country. Politicians and administrators in Myanmar’s largest city, Yangon, are also being sanctioned for their alleged involvement in […]

  • The Road Less Taken: If Books Could Talk

    Most of us know the feeling of getting lost in a good story: the experience when a character etches itself so deeply into our psyche that we think about their stories long after the book is finished. Neuroscientists claim that we can actually improve our empathic response by reading fiction. When we experience other people’s […]

  • That’s how you keep the desire alive

    That’s how you keep the desire alive

    Gender researcher Linn Sandberg is the editor of the new book Äldres Sexualitet – health, rights and pleasure. “There is a notion that desire must always decrease with age, but often it has to do with other circumstances,” says Linn Sandberg. In Vetenskapsradion Forskarliv, Margit Årstrand and Yngve Lundholm also talk about their love. They […]

  • A new campaign against sexual harassment in the workplace

    A new campaign against sexual harassment in the workplace

    Vinnueftirlitið, the Icelandic labor inspectorate, has created a new campaign against sexual harassment in the workplace, which aims to encourage action through prevention, education and targeted response when these types of problems occur. The project is entitled Tökum höndum saman, or Let’s hold hands, and the action is carried out in cooperation with organizations associating […]

  • Minister of Justice takes first step towards criminalizing ‘theft’

    Anyone who has seen the acclaimed HBO series ‘I May Destroy You’ knows what stealthing is. This is when someone, usually a man, removes a condom during intercourse without informing their sexual partner. Widely regarded as a form of sexual assault, there is no legislation prohibiting the practice in Denmark – to the widespread dismay […]

  • Immigrants in Iceland

    Immigrants in Iceland

    A team of researchers from the Department of Education and Multifacetedness at the University of Iceland is currently conducting research on negative physical, emotional, psychological, sexual, financial and other experiences in immigrant women’s partnerships, workplaces or other work-related settings. A research project on intimate partner and work violence is run by a group of immigrants […]

  • Social media influencer Andrew Tate, brother remains in Romanian police custody until February 27

    Social media influencer Andrew Tate, brother remains in Romanian police custody until February 27

    Bucharest [Romania]January 21 (ANI): Social media influencer Andrew Tate and his brother Tristan Tate will remain in police custody till February 27. This comes as a Romanian court on Friday extended their detention, Tate’s lawyers told CNN affiliate Antena 3. The brothers are currently being investigated over allegations of human trafficking and rape. According to […]

  • The money behind the porn site Pornhub

    The money behind the porn site Pornhub

    Pornhub is bigger than both Netflix and TikTok. The site is a cash cow that has attracted financial sharks who make billions. But now the owners are on trial accused of shooting private sex films where the people seen in the picture have not given their approval. “Many of them were just children when it […]

  • The trade reform clarifies the committee despite the opposition of the center and basic Finns

    The trade reform clarifies the committee despite the opposition of the center and basic Finns

    He added that the change requires that a person who changes their legal gender marker for the first time cannot do so until at least a year has passed since the previous change, unless there is a special reason for the change. Päivälehti pointed out that one of the key parts of the bill is […]

  • New: The hockey murder in Västerås

    New: The hockey murder in Västerås

    It is on the night of Saturday, March 11, 1995 that the 29-year-old ice hockey player Peter Karlsson is found badly injured on a bicycle track in central Västerås. But the perpetrator cannot be far away. An anonymous tip points to a 19-year-old man with connections to a local Nazi gang. Since there are no […]

  • According to the UN, 4 million children were driven into poverty when the war between Ukraine and Russia escalated

    According to the UN, 4 million children were driven into poverty when the war between Ukraine and Russia escalated

    “Children bear the heaviest burden of the economic crisis caused by the war in Ukraine,” UNICEF said. The report further stated that due to the ongoing economic downturn, 2.8 million children now live in households below the poverty line. In addition, there are still 110,000 children living in poverty in Romania, Al Jazeera reported. “Children […]

  • The legal affairs committee’s expert selections for transactions are raising eyebrows

    The legal affairs committee’s expert selections for transactions are raising eyebrows

    The key change in the bill is that people could change their gender in the population register without a medical examination or transgender diagnosis. The bill would also remove the requirement that people applying for gender reassignment surgery undergo sterilization. Finland is the only Nordic country with such a requirement. Parliamentary committees can invite experts, […]

  • The second season of DR’s man-with-a-long-penis series made in consultation with small children

    The second season of DR’s man-with-a-long-penis series made in consultation with small children

    Write October 14 in your diaries. No, Mette has not brought forward the general election, and it is not because she is Culture night. Suddenly, Denmark has another reason to anticipate the date: You guessed it, ‘John Dillermand’, the man with the longest penis in the world, is returning to Danish children’s TV for the […]

  • The Hunter on Snapchat – The Secret |  Part 1/3

    The Hunter on Snapchat – The Secret | Part 1/3

    In three episodes, the P1 Dokumentär miniseries Pernilla Wadebäck tells the story of the Hunter on Snapchat, one of the biggest cyber crime scandals in Sweden in recent years. And the case, which affects over a hundred children, points to security issues with Snapchat. Every fifth child between the ages of 8 and 11 uses […]

  • First female case of monkeypox reported in Denmark

    First female case of monkeypox reported in Denmark

    Pregnant women, children and weak immune systemsThe WHO revealed last week that so far in 2022 there have been 176 cases involving women across Europe – around 1.1 per cent of all cases. Until recently, all cases registered in Denmark have concerned men who have sex with men. The SSI estimates that the risk of […]

  • Health Authority finally makes Monkeypox vaccine available to LGBT community

    Health Authority finally makes Monkeypox vaccine available to LGBT community

    Extended risk groupThe news comes on the same day as Statens Serum Institut (SSI) extended the risk group for the disease over fears that a large number of monkeypox cases are going unreported. So far, 123 cases have been reported in Denmark, but SSI believes that the actual number of infections is “significantly higher”. “We […]

  • Mixed opinion on success of colon cancer screenings

    Mixed opinion on success of colon cancer screenings

    Every year, more than 800,000 Danes are invited to a screening for colon cancer. This screening program has proven successful, reducing the risk of death from the type of cancer by 29 percent for all ages and sexes. The effect of the screenings has been shown to be even more successful among men over 60, […]

  • Finland receives the first batch of monkeypox vaccine

    Finland receives the first batch of monkeypox vaccine

    Health authorities in Finland say that the monkeypox vaccine will primarily be available to people who have been exposed to the virus. So far, 17 virus infections have been reported in Finland, reports the Reuters news agency. Europe recorded its first monkeypox-related deaths this week as Spain confirmed deaths from the disease. Lasse LehtonenThe head […]

  • The battle over quota refugees and the family feud in SD

    The battle over quota refugees and the family feud in SD

    This summer, we broadcast special episodes about the four topics that young voters between the ages of 16-29 ranked as the most important before the election, according to the SOM institute. The order is environment, crime, immigration and healthcare. In this program we talk about immigration, which therefore comes in third place. We are talking […]

  • The Lewinsky Affair

    The Lewinsky Affair

    In January 1998, President Bill Clinton is accused of having sex with Monica Lewinsky. She saves her blue dress with a semen stain and the FBI is called in to bring down the president. The story of The Lewinsky Affair is, in addition to the story of the first victim of cyberbullying, also the story […]

  • The Sarah Everard case and the cop-turned-killer

    The Sarah Everard case and the cop-turned-killer

    33-year-old Sarah Everard disappeared on a March evening in London last year when she was on her way home from a friend. She was subjected to sexual violence, murdered and dumped in a forest area. And as the investigation into this brutal murder unfolded, the judiciary, more specifically the police, came under heavy questioning. It […]

  • Mian Lodalen

    Mian Lodalen

    Mian Lodalen is a journalist and author and has written hundreds of columns. She has won several prizes and awards for her books and was elected Woman of the Year. Since the 80s, Mian Lodalen has been deeply involved in feminism, LGBTQI and animal rights issues, which is also a recurring theme in her work. […]

  • The Rags March returns to Reykjavik

    The Rags March returns to Reykjavik

    On Saturday, July 23, the Ruff March returns to the streets of Reykjavik after a two-year hiatus caused by the coronavirus epidemic. The march will begin at 2:00 PM, outside Hallgrímskirkja Church, and the gathered people will march through the center to Austurvöllur Square. The march aims to remind people that the perpetrators, not the […]

  • WHO reports 14,000 monkeypox cases worldwide, including 5 deaths

    WHO reports 14,000 monkeypox cases worldwide, including 5 deaths

    “Nearly 14,000 confirmed cases of #monkeypox have been reported to WHO this year from over 70 countries and territories. So far 5 deaths have been reported, all in Africa. @WHO will continue to do everything possible to support countries to stop transmission and save lives,” Tedros said in a tweet. Tedros also said that while […]

  • Ladies’ European Championship 2022: Stanway’s late extra time goal helps England defeat Spain 2-1, reach semi-final

    Ladies’ European Championship 2022: Stanway’s late extra time goal helps England defeat Spain 2-1, reach semi-final

    Sussex [UK]July 21 (ANI): Georgia Stanway’s astonishing extra time helped England reach the semi-finals of the Women’s European Championship 2022 after defeating Spain 2-1 in the quarter-finals. Spain frustrated their opposition throughout the match’s 90 minutes, dominating possession and shots. Other time-stopping techniques used by them did not allow England to reach their full potential […]

  • New research shows that adolescents’ brains are just as sensitive as babies

    New research shows that adolescents’ brains are just as sensitive as babies

    A new Danish study has revealed that the young brain is still very sensitive to external influences, including parents, teachers and peers. “Most surprisingly, the negative social experiences of young children are even more destructive than within 1,000 days of birth,” says Signe Hald Andersen, research professor and deputy head of the Rockwool Foundation’s Research […]

  • The President of Mexico appeals to Biden from Assange

    The President of Mexico appeals to Biden from Assange

    Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador has called on US President to drop charges against WikiLeaks founder The President of Mexico has revealed the contents of a personal letter he forwarded to his US counterpart during their meeting last week. Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador called on Joe Biden to intervene and dismiss the charges against WikiLeaks co-founder […]

  • Heat wave that covers the whole of Europe reaches Denmark

    Heat wave that covers the whole of Europe reaches Denmark

    An extreme heat wave is currently washing over Europe, causing temperatures of up to 41 degrees in several major cities. In the UK, high temperatures have prompted authorities to issue a national emergency alert. And according to several media outlets, up to 1,000 people in Spain and Portugal have lost their lives this month due […]

  • The President of Mexico reveals a written appeal to Biden

    The President of Mexico reveals a written appeal to Biden

    Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador has called on US President to drop charges against Julian Assange The President of Mexico has revealed the contents of a personal letter he forwarded to his US counterpart during their meeting last week. Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador called on Joe Biden to intervene and reject the allegations against WikiLeaks co-founder […]

  • HS: The Coalition’s lead at the top of the poll shrank to four points

    HS: The Coalition’s lead at the top of the poll shrank to four points

    Sakari NurmelaThe research director of Kantar TNS saw Kokooma’s support losing partly because the Basic Finns, who changed their support for it when the NATO discussion began, are strengthening their support for the Basic Finns. The support of basic Finns increased by 0.2 percentage points from the previous month to 14.7 percent, which is clearly […]

  • HS: The police will start a new investigation into MP Rydman’s behavior

    HS: The police will start a new investigation into MP Rydman’s behavior

    The National Criminal Police (NBI) has started a preliminary investigation of the MP Will Rydman(NCP)’s activities, Helsingin Sanomat reported on Friday. According to the newspaper, the authorities suspect Rydman of a sex-related crime, but the police did not specify who was the subject of the investigation in their announcement about the investigation. The NBI did […]

  • The new British Prime Minister will be announced on September 5

    The new British Prime Minister will be announced on September 5

    The first round of voting for Tory MPs will be held on Wednesday, he said, adding that candidates must get 30 votes to qualify for the second ballot, which will take place on Thursday. He said the number of candidates will be narrowed to two before MPs leave for summer recess on July 21. The […]

  • For some – but not for gays – freedom in the US

    For some – but not for gays – freedom in the US

    It seemed like everyone was participating in the Gay Pride parade – drag queens and studs, bros and kids. The prime minister and the mayor were visibly present. The rainbow flag does not fly on government buildings in the state of Texas. On the contrary – when it comes to gay rights, the Lone Star […]

  • Heidi Fleiss – Hollywood’s infamous brothel mother

    Heidi Fleiss – Hollywood’s infamous brothel mother

    She was born with a nose for both danger and business, and grew up in the bohemian Los Feliz of the 60s in Los Angeles. She ends up in bad company early on. After an encounter with several dubious types and a mysterious brothel mother, she is drawn into the Los Angeles world of prostitution. […]

  • Police remove agitators from Helsinki Pride at Oodi Library

    Police remove agitators from Helsinki Pride at Oodi Library

    The police have removed several agitators who tried to disrupt the Helsinki Pride week event organized on Friday morning at Oodi Central Library. The story-time incident, aimed at children aged 6-10, was hosted by a drag queen as police said protesters tried to disrupt the incident. This led to at least three clashes in the […]

  • THL: Gender education, free contraceptives contribute to the decrease in abortions in Finland

    THL: Gender education, free contraceptives contribute to the decrease in abortions in Finland

    Free contraception and more comprehensive sexual education have led to a significant decrease in the number of women performing abortions in Finland compared to a decade ago, says the public health authority THL. The agency’s figures revealed that in 2021, about 7,600 abortions were performed in Finland, compared with 10,700 in 2011. In 1975, the […]

  • Helsinki Pride will continue as planned after the Oslo terrorist attack

    Helsinki Pride will continue as planned after the Oslo terrorist attack

    According to the chairman of the event organization, Helsinki Pride is proceeding as planned Panu Mäenpää. He commented on Monday on Yle TV’s breakfast program, adding that security plans will be reviewed with the authorities from Monday. Mäenpää said the organizers and staff discussed the issue on Saturday in the center of Oslo after an […]

  • Parliament is investigating a secret photo of the Greens

    Parliament is investigating a secret photo of the Greens

    Parliament has launched an investigation into the publication of the image of the Greens Iiris Suomelawhich was apparently taken without his knowledge or permission and shared on social media. "Distribute a photo with captions suggesting that I was guilty of harassment – apparently just about my existence," Suomela wrote on Tweet. "The existence of young […]

  • Police should re-examine Rydman’s behavior, the party secretary says

    Police should re-examine Rydman’s behavior, the party secretary says

    POLICE SECRETARY the National Coalition Party, Kristiina Kokkoestimates on Monday that police and authorities should reconsider allegations of misconduct. Wille Rydman (NCP), a 36-year-old second-term MP. Helsingin Sanomat on Sunday was revealed that several women have accused the decision maker of pressure to drink and sexual speech.

  • Justice captures Turku politician’s girlfriend for secretly describing children in school showers

    Justice captures Turku politician’s girlfriend for secretly describing children in school showers

    The District Court of Southwest Finland sentenced a Turku politician to imprisonment for filming underage girls in school showers. Sasu Haapanena former mayoral candidate of the Left Alliance in Turku, was sentenced to two years and two months in prison for gross charges of spreading sexually inappropriate images of a child and sexual exploitation of […]

  • HS: NBI investigates NCP parliamentarian

    HS: NBI investigates NCP parliamentarian

    Helsingin sanomat newspaper on Sunday, several women reported allegations to the National Coalition Party legislature Wille RydmanThe 36-year-old used his political position to connect with young women and girls. However, no evidence of the crime was found during the police investigation. Several women told HS that Rydman served them drinks and occasionally served alcohol to […]

  • The UK government approves the extradition of Assange;  He plans to appeal

    The UK government approves the extradition of Assange; He plans to appeal

    LONDON – On Friday, the British government ordered the extradition of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange to the United States to face espionage – a milestone, but not the end of a decade-long legal saga. WikiLeaks said they would question the order and have 14 days to appeal. Interior Minister Priti Patel signed the order approving […]

  • Most of the organizers of the Pride event in Finland report harassment and violence

    Most of the organizers of the Pride event in Finland report harassment and violence

    Almost all the organizers of Finnish Pride who responded to STT’s survey said that they had experienced some kind of harassment. The survey asked about possible forms of harassment and violence in Finland that took part in organizing an event promoting sexual and gender rights. 22 out of 25 respondents reported such experiences. The most […]

  • Voice of Ukraine in Denmark: Nightmare or Reality?

    Voice of Ukraine in Denmark: Nightmare or Reality?

    War crimes have no statute of limitations. This – and any disaster that Ukraine has endured in its 3 decades of independence – is the indisputable truth. While the country’s attempts to end the war and join the EU are on the rise, the people who have suffered before are still suffering. The support of […]

  • The women who revolutionized power in the Middle East

    The women who revolutionized power in the Middle East

    Middle Eastern societies are characterized by patriarchal structures and men have traditionally had the formal power in most countries in the region. But there are women who have revolutionized and protested against power at various levels. The girls on Revolutionsgatan took off their shawls in Iran In Iran, Vida Movahed stood on an electrical cabinet […]

  • The humanitarian crisis in Ukraine is turning into a human trafficking crisis: the UN ambassador

    The humanitarian crisis in Ukraine is turning into a human trafficking crisis: the UN ambassador

    The lack of a coherent review of housing offers and transportation arrangements is a serious concern, as is the limited capacity of protection services to address the speed and volume of the transition, he said at a UN Security Council meeting on conflict-related sexual violence and trafficking. In the context of the conflict in Ukraine. […]

  • Paper: Vandals torch rainbow painted Pride bench in Pirkanmaa

    Paper: Vandals torch rainbow painted Pride bench in Pirkanmaa

    In Pirkanmaa, vandals set the Pride month on fire in a park bench painted in the colors of the rainbow, says Aamulehti. The bench, which was painted by the youth group of the municipality of Lempäälä last week, was apparently soaked in flammable liquid and then set on fire. municipal chief of staff, Auli Nevantiecalled […]

  • Crime Round-Up: Alleged undercover agents’ case against intelligence services will be heard in the High Court

    Crime Round-Up: Alleged undercover agents’ case against intelligence services will be heard in the High Court

    A somewhat unprecedented case is to be heard in the High Court, after the Copenhagen City Court yesterday decided to pass on the terrorist convict Ahmed Samsam’s lawsuit against the Danish intelligence services PET and FE. “The court further finds that the case has a significant societal scope, as the defendants have stated that the […]

  • The Court of Appeal takes into account Räsänen’s remarks related to homosexuality

    The Court of Appeal takes into account Räsänen’s remarks related to homosexuality

    Read more: Finnish legislature acquitted of desecrating comments on homosexuals (March 31, 2022) According to the court, Räsänen also did not want to offend or denigrate homosexuals. The prosecutor demanded a 120-day fine from the former board member. “Under no circumstances may the verdict take effect,” said Anu Mantila, the public prosecutor told me YLE […]

  • The right to petition to take into account the comments of the Christian Democrat MP on homosexuality

    The right to petition to take into account the comments of the Christian Democrat MP on homosexuality

    The Helsinki Court of Appeal hears the appellants’ decision to dismiss all charges of incitement related to the comments of the current Member of Parliament and the former Minister of the Interior. Päivi Räsänen (CD). The Helsinki District Court acquitted Räsänen of all three charges in March, but said that although his comments were offensive, […]

  • On screens in June • Disclaimer: This preview is based on unconfirmed facts

    Olivia de Havilland was the regular in Gone with the Wind, so it felt like a miscast when Catherine Zeta Jones was selected to play her 62-year-old self in Feud, a depiction of the fierce rivalry between her sister, Joan Crawford and Bette Davis. It’s right up there with Charlize Theron playing Aileen Wuornos. And […]

  • Swedish satire on the super-rich wins the Cannes Palme d’Or

    Swedish satire on the super-rich wins the Cannes Palme d’Or

    “Triangle of Sadness”, a sharp satire on class conflict by Swedish director Ruben Ostlund, won the Palme d’Or for best film at the Cannes Film Festival last Saturday. “Triangle of Sadness” places Ostlund among a selected group of two-time winners of Cannes’ highest prize. He won the Palme d’Or 2017 for “The Square”, and joked […]

  • “Triangle of Sadness” wins the Palme d’Or at the Cannes Film Festival

    “Triangle of Sadness” wins the Palme d’Or at the Cannes Film Festival

    CANNES, France – The Swedish director Ruben Ostlund’s class war comedy “Triangel of Sadness” won the Palme d’Or at the 75th Cannes Film Festival on Saturday, giving Ostlund one of the cinemas’ most prestigious awards for the second time. Ostlund, whose art world broadcast “The Square” took the Palm in 2017, made the rare feat […]

  • The Finnish Christian dating application is expanding abroad

    The Finnish Christian dating application is expanding abroad

    The Christian dating app developed in Finland will be available in Sweden and Italy next summer and autumn. The application of the so-called Light (aka Light) was launched last year and currently has about 130,000 users in Finland, the developers said. The launch attracted considerable media attention, as Valo was reported to be a dating […]

  • MIGRI publishes new assessment of security situation in Kabul

    MIGRI publishes new assessment of security situation in Kabul

    The suspension was due to significant changes in the security situation in Afghanistan. As of 9 July 2021, the Finnish Immigration Service has granted international protection to 433 Afghan citizens. However, some asylum seekers have had to wait for a decision because not all the necessary information has been available. These applications can now be […]

  • The girls were threatened by the online pedophile: “Will spread your pictures to the whole school”

    The girls were threatened by the online pedophile: “Will spread your pictures to the whole school”

    Last week, P3 Krim reported on the hunt for an online pedophile in Malmö who is suspected of having abused both children in Sweden and abroad. He has been sentenced to many years in prison for the crimes against nine Swedish crime victims for his refusal, and soon the verdict will come in the foreign […]

  • Fresh cases of rare monkey pox located

    Fresh cases of rare monkey pox located

    Cases of the “very unusual” disease have been confirmed in Italy and Sweden The United States and European countries such as Spain, Portugal, the United Kingdom, Italy and Sweden confirmed cases of smallpox, a rare African disease, on Thursday. Doctors at Spallanzani Hospital in Rome said they had diagnosed a person with smallpox after returning […]

  • WHO issues a forecast for the spread of monkey pox

    WHO issues a forecast for the spread of monkey pox

    The spread of the rare virus could “accelerate” in the summer, warns the UN health agency’s highest official in Europe Europe should expect a wave of cases of monkey pox in the coming months, according to Hans Kluge, the World Health Organization’s top official on the continent. “As we enter the summer season … with […]

  • The WHO is convening an emergency meeting on the plague epidemic

    The WHO is convening an emergency meeting on the plague epidemic

    as well as the status of vaccines, the Sputnik news agency reported on The Telegraph on Friday. Since the beginning of May, cases of monkeypox have been reported in several countries around the world, including the United Kingdom, Spain, Belgium, Italy, Australia and Canada. On 7 May, a case of smallpox was confirmed in England […]

  • How and when Russians and English learned from each other

    How and when Russians and English learned from each other

    England and Russia were not always rivals on the world stage. In the beginning, their relationship was quite close and cordial. Meetings between Russia and “Foggy Albion” were sporadic and short-lived until the New Age. Around 1074, Prince of Smolensk Vladimir Monomakh married Gita of Wessex, daughter of the last Anglo-Saxon king, Harold II, but […]

  • The hunt for the online pedophile

    The hunt for the online pedophile

    This week, P3 Krim is about the hunt for the online pedophile. The man who is arrested in the apartment we call “Jonathan”. When the police analyzed material on his computer, many children were discovered who had been subjected to some form of abuse. A total of 50 children are victims of crime from all […]

  • Some hotels in Qatar refuse gay couples ahead of the World Cup report

    Some hotels in Qatar refuse gay couples ahead of the World Cup report

    The country is preparing for the FIFA showpiece later this year An inquiry has reported that some of the hotels on FIFA’s list of recommended accommodations ahead of this year’s World Cup in Qatar are refusing bookings from same-sex couples, while others have asked gay couples to refrain from public displays of affection in the […]

  • Research: Harassment dominates the Finnish music industry

    Research: Harassment dominates the Finnish music industry

    As many as 76 percent of music workers have experienced inappropriate behavior in the workplace in the past five years. This is revealed by Yle’s research report, which is based on an online survey that examined harassment and gender inequality in the music sector. Of the approximately 1,000 respondents, mostly women and non-binary people – […]

  • Redemption victory for Thørbjørn Olesen at British Masters after sensational finish

    Redemption victory for Thørbjørn Olesen at British Masters after sensational finish

    Yesterday, the Danish golfer Thørbjørn Olesen brought redemption, who won his first tournament since he was acquitted of charges of sexual assault in connection with an incident in 2019. And he did it in an extraordinary way by carving an eagle and then a birdie to make three shots in the final two holes to […]

  • To regret the irreversible

    To regret the irreversible

    After struggling for a long time with her identity and the feeling of being different, 19-year-old Emelie Köhler comes out as a trance. At first, she tries to live with her male identity in the body she has, without hormones or surgical procedures. But when the outside world does not see the man she feels […]

  • APN podcast: When skin color is a weapon in online chat

    APN podcast: When skin color is a weapon in online chat

    This week, APN is exploring online social forums and the polarized debate that often occurs there – and racism. Yle’s journalist Veli-Pekka Hämäläinen found that stories where an immigrant could be charged with a crime were more likely to arouse passions online. Hämäläinen watched six sex crime stories in which the perpetrator was an immigrant […]

  • Develop your contacts, skills and confidence as you learn from the best at CBS

    Develop your contacts, skills and confidence as you learn from the best at CBS

    The Danish Business Authority, the Danish Business Authority, has identified a large number of companies and research environments that perform at the top of their fields and create a respected innovation ecosystem throughout Denmark. This innovative world attracts both local and international talents with cutting-edge skills. As today’s business world is undeniably fast-paced, professionals aiming […]

  • Farda Briefing: Why is Iran so worried about protesting teachers?

    Farda Briefing: Why is Iran so worried about protesting teachers?

    Welcome back to The Farda Briefing, a new RFE / RL newsletter that tracks key issues in Iran and explains why they are important. I’m RFE / RL senior correspondent Golnaz Esfandiari. Here is what I have been following for the past week and what I am looking forward to in the coming days. The […]

  • Horsemen and stable girls: The girls report

    Horsemen and stable girls: The girls report

    In equestrian sports, sexual harassment, exploitation and inappropriate relationships are something that many young girls are exposed to. Men who use their positions as teachers, coaches or employers are rarely stopped. But some young girls say no and choose to report or go out and tell in public. The second part of Horsemen and Stable […]

  • The number of marriages fell to a 100-year low in Finland in 2021

    The number of marriages fell to a 100-year low in Finland in 2021

    The number of same-sex couples decreased from 395 to 375. More than two-thirds (265) were between women and the rest (110) between men. July was the most popular month to get married, with 3,616 of the marriages registered last year. The most popular marriage day was Sunday, August 21, when a total of 554 couples […]

  • The aid system reaches more than 1,000 victims of human trafficking in Finland

    The aid system reaches more than 1,000 victims of human trafficking in Finland

    Jutta SaastamoinenResearchers in the European Migration Network believe that a significant proportion of victims still lack the help they need and that the phenomenon of human trafficking is partly hidden from the authorities. According to a new study, more than half of all victims of trafficking registered in EU Member States are third-country nationals. In […]

  • Republicans’ attack on Disney

    Republicans’ attack on Disney

    Foreign Minister Blinken on the ground in Ukraine US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken and Secretary of Defense Lloyd J. Austin III visited Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky this week. What was the purpose of the trip? Republicans attack Walt Disney In Florida, the battle for sexuality and gender identity has reached new levels. After the […]

  • The Ministry of Health is publishing its plans to combat the sexual exploitation of children

    The Ministry of Health is publishing its plans to combat the sexual exploitation of children

    The Ministry of Social Affairs and Health has published a 33-step action plan to prevent the sexual exploitation of children. The strategy, which includes cooperation between parents, teachers, law enforcement authorities and other organizations, is part of Finland’s obligation to comply with the EU Convention, which aims to combat all forms of sexual exploitation of […]

  • The Finnish Navy trains on NATO ships in the Archipelago Sea

    The Finnish Navy trains on NATO ships in the Archipelago Sea

    Standing Nato Mine Countermeasures Group 1 (abbreviated SNMCMG1) – a group of six vessels operating directly – will train with the Finnish Navy in the Archipelago Sea on Thursday and Friday. The joint exercise is led by the Finnish Coastal Fleet. SNMCMG1 will also visit the port city of Turku from Monday to Wednesday. Coast […]

  • The government apologizes for previous treatment of homosexuals by the Norwegian authorities

    On 21 April 2022, it is 50 years since the Storting repealed section 213 of the Penal Code, which had criminalized sexual relations between men. Between 1902 and 1950, 119 men were convicted of having sexual intercourse with another man. “About 119 people were criminalized and punished for the one they loved. These men endured […]

  • Guest opinion: Time to stop closing doors for transgender athletes and instead open our minds

    Guest opinion: Time to stop closing doors for transgender athletes and instead open our minds

    Many people ask “Do transgender women belong in sports?” Honestly, if it was only up to me, this question would not even be asked. A transgender woman is a woman and deserves a place in women’s sports like any other woman or girl. That is my opinion. More than musclesI see you come up with […]

  • More than 7.7 million internally displaced persons in Ukraine: UN

    More than 7.7 million internally displaced persons in Ukraine: UN

    The most urgent needs identified were cash and financial support, as well as medicines and medical supplies, IOM reports. Director General of IOM Antonio Vitorino “Women and children, the elderly and the disabled have suffered disproportionately because they all represent a very vulnerable group of people.” “Our work to support all vulnerable populations displaced from […]

  • Australia says it will not challenge Assange’s extradition

    Australia says it will not challenge Assange’s extradition

    TEHRAN (Tasnim) – Australia will not challenge the extradition of Wikileaks founder Julian Assange to the United States and has confidence in the British legal system, a senior government official said on Thursday. – Other media news – A British court on Wednesday issued a formal decision to extradite the Australian citizen to the United […]

  • Judges send Assange extradition decision to UK government

    Judges send Assange extradition decision to UK government

    A British judge on Wednesday formally approved the extradition of Julian Assange to the United States to be charged with espionage. The matter will now go to the UK Home Secretary for a decision, although the WikiLeaks founder still has legal recourse to appeal. The decision, which brings the year-long extradition dispute closer to an […]

  • The scam industry – with lies as a working tool

    The scam industry – with lies as a working tool

    Several Swedes have been cheated of money in a huge international fraud scam that is currently being investigated by German police. Hear 20-year-old “Nikola” tell about the job at the company with fraud as a business model and follow the hunt for the people who are considered guilty of having cheated people of the equivalent […]

  • Statement by the UNHCR Deputy High Commissioner on the risks of trafficking and exploitation of refugees from Ukraine

    Statement by the UNHCR Deputy High Commissioner on the risks of trafficking and exploitation of refugees from Ukraine

    We know that the risks of gender-based violence, human trafficking, assault, psychological trauma and family separation increase during conflicts and transitions, but given the gender profile of this refugee flow and the fact that many children have fled alone, these have now been reported. As in emergencies and due to the covert nature of human […]

  • The young man is suspected of sexually abusing 129 minors

    The young man is suspected of sexually abusing 129 minors

    The police in Central Finland said they would continue the investigation into a year-long investigation into the exceptionally widespread sexual exploitation of children, which involves a large number of victims. Police suspect a young man of sexual offenses against 129 minors. Authorities did not disclose the suspect’s age. The Central Finland District Court began the […]

  • The ministry is considering allowing police to use passport fingerprints to investigate crimes

    The ministry is considering allowing police to use passport fingerprints to investigate crimes

    In the spring, the Ministry of the Interior launched a study on whether fingerprint data from passports and identity cards can be used in the investigation of serious crimes. The previous survey of fingerprint data by the Ministry of the Interior was completed in 2014. However, the working group noted that the use of fingerprints […]