Beep boop, what a bummer: a conference to be held on November 16th in Malaysia, entitled “Love and Sex With Robots,” was just shut down by the police, according to BBC News.
A Brit, two Canadians, and a Dutch national were arrested after stripping down to their birthday suits on a Malaysian mountain. Related: Idiots have money, will travel.
Though it certainly isn't the first time a pop singer has had to cancel her concert in a southeast Asian country thanks to concerns over religious fervor, Ke$ha's cancelled Saturday night performance at Kuala Lumpur stadium in Malaysia is still super-disappointing. The good people of Malaysia deserve their Ke$ha,…
London mayor/burgeoning comedian Boris Johnson recently told attendees at the launch of the World Islamic Economic Forum that Malaysian women only go to college to snag husbands. Chill out, feminist shrews: it was just a joke!
Malaysia has just made a rule banning deployment of sexist comments on the floor of Parliament. This wasn't a PC-Scandinavia-outlawing-all-gender-pronouns-style move; apparently up to this point, being a member of the Malaysian Parliament was sort of like being stuck in a business meeting with all of your dad's…
Everyone knows that it is our womanly duty to keep our lady area smelling fresh and feminine at all times. So it's quite helpful of this Malaysian ad for pads to remind us that vaginal odors are disgusting creatures that need to be fought off with a fierceness. According to Copyranter, the little monster is supposed…
It's de rigueur to hate on Valentine's Day these days, but the countries of Malaysia and Uzbekistan are taking it to a whole new level by either canceling the holiday all together or arresting couples looking to shack up.
Malaysia's Obedient Wives Club aims to solve all the problems of the world by getting wives to sex their husbands more frequently. But their efforts were stymied recently when Malaysian authorities banned their book, a compendium of offensiveness titled, Islamic Sex: Fighting Jews to Return Islamic Sex to the World.…
In Malaysia, religious courts exist to try Muslims, while other citizens can use civil courts. This causes problems, like this one: Kamariah Ali was born a Muslim, but now follows a religion called Sky Kingdom. Under Muslim law, she faces jail for apostasy. She wants a civil court to recognize her as non-Muslim so she…
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A Malaysian activist accused a media company of mistreating his pregnant friend. The magazine sued for defamation, and now the activist has agreed to an unusual penalty — apologizing 100 times on Twitter.
The Department of Education in the Malaysian state of Terengganu has been sending "effeminate boys" to a boot camp to mend their ways — but at least this is drawing criticism from activist groups.
A British man has been left by his wife, who's Malaysian, after he spent his life savings helping her get permanent residency in the UK. She's also transgender — and the treatment she faced over her gender identity is an inescapable part of their story.
A Malaysian parliament member who blamed women for the majority of car accidents now complains he's being sexually harassed. Previously, he responded to a female MP's complaint about a leaky roof with, "Where's the leak? She leaks every month, too."
Keep an eye out for 700,000 ultrathin Japanese condoms! A shipment worth $1.5 million disappeared while being transported to Tokyo from Sagami Rubber Industries' factory in Malaysia, AFP reports.
Next time you are having dinner with a Bahraini dignitary, don't embarrass yourself by confusing the Queen's abaya with a burqa.
A new Malaysian reality TV show has contestants performing some very unusual challenges, including preparing bodies for burial and counseling unwed mothers, all in the hopes of becoming an Imam. Kind of makes Fear Factor sound downright wussy.