Woman tests the limits of hotel’s pet policy by taking in her horse

One horse lover wanted to test a hotel’s pet policy after one receptionist said it didn’t discriminate.

Lindsey Partridge, who in 2015 created Harmony Horsemanship, an organization that helps riders better understand their horses, told ABC News she was driving from Pontypool, Canada, to Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington, Kentucky, when she decided to check into her hotel.

A riding coach, she was there to compete in the Retired Racehorse Project’s Thoroughbred Makeover, in which hundreds of retired racehorses compete in categories such as field hunter, polo, ranch work and trail.

“We left at, like, 3 in the morning, and when we got down there, the hotel is before you get to the horse park,” Partridge, 31, recalled. “We figured we may as well stop and unload our luggage.”

That’s when she spotted a dog in the lobby of the Supreme 8 in Georgetown, Kentucky. She said she remarked to the receptionist that she didn’t realize the hotel had a pet policy and joked she had a few horses outside.

“The receptionist said, ‘Oh, I don’t care. Sure, bring them in.'”

Astonished, Partridge figured she would, taking a few funny photos, which have since earned attention on Facebook, with more than 2,000 reactions. She unloaded her 5-year-old thoroughbred named Blizz, since, she said, “she was the easiest to get off the trailer.”

Some hotel guests “were pretty surprised, but they all knew it was fun,” Partridge said. “I hope that this shows people that horses really can be quiet, calm and nice.”

The owners of Supreme 8 confirmed the incident for ABC News.

They clarified their pet policy in a statement, saying, “We did not know she was going to bring the horse into the facility. We are pet-friendly, and it is [for animals] 25 pounds and under. We had no knowledge of it being in the room.”

The funny incident seemed to be good luck for Blizz, which earned third place in the trail competition and sixth in the field hunter competition.

 Source:  abcnews

Photos: Former senator, 87, marries young bride

Dr. Cyrus Nunieh, 87-year-old first lawyer of Ogoni land, got wedded to his much younger bride and heartthrob, Miss Ijeoma in Port Harcourt, Rivers State Nigeria.

The new groom, Senator Nunieh, was a former lawmaker in the Second Republic and President of Bori State Movement.

The guests at the wedding shared pictures from the wedding ceremony.

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Source: Source: dailyfamily.ng

Man’s Penis cut off over his alleged relationship with married woman

A man suspected of having a sexual relationship with a married woman has had his penis and scrotum cut off by some unknown assailants in a case the Police at Amasaman are treating as attempted murder. The man, whose name has been given only as Awotse, was allegedly in an amorous relationship with the unamed married woman.

Sources told TV3 that the husband of the woman allegedly contracted the four assailants who on Thursday afternoon carried out the the dastardly act. Awotse was in his room at Nsakina in Amasaman at about 1:30pm when the assailants stormed there, sealed his mouth to prevent him from screaming and his penis, together with his testicles, slashed off.

Before escaping, the assailants were said to have told the victim that they were contracted by the woman’s husband to cut off his penis to stop Awotse from sleeping with his wife. Screams from Awotse later attracted residents who rushed to Awotse’s room to find him in a pool of blood. His testicles and penis were found at the scene with blood oozing.

Awotse was immediately taken to the Amasaman Municipal Hospital but he was referred to the Greater Accra Regional Hospital where he is currently receiving medical attention. A report has been made to the Amasaman Divisional Police but no arrest has been made yet. An investigation into the matter has begun.

Source: Ghana | 3news.com

Man inserts 15 sewing needles into his penis ‘for satisfaction’

A 35-year-old man was rushed to hospital after putting 15 sewing needles into his penis in search of ‘excitement’, Chinese doctors have said. The man had the needles in his penis for around one year and sought out medical advice after suddenly feeling intense pain and seeing blood while urinating.

Doctors spent an hour and a half removing all craft tools from the narrowest part of the penis on June 20. HuaShuang Morning Post reported that the 35-year-old bachelor was admitted to The General Hospital of Shenyang Military Region in Shenyang of Liaoning Province on June 20.

The 15 sewing needles measured from five centimetres (1.96 inches) to 10 centimetres (3.94 inches). The man said he had been sticking needles in his genitals for about a year. Dr Cao Zhiqiang, a urologist said an x-ray showed the needles stuck at the membranous urethra, which is also the narrowest part of the male urethra.

The patient claimed he did not feel any pain as he put the needles in with the pinhead up. However, with 15 needles inside the penis, it began causing him pain and bleeding while urinating. Dr Liu Long, chief urologist and Dr Cao used an ureteroscope to examine the urinary tract, as well as resectoscope and laparascope.

By using a guidewire, the needles were taken out bit by bit. ‘The operation was about an hour and a half long. I am sweating and my hands are trembling when it’s over. This is not an easy one,’ said Dr Cao. Dr Cao said Andrology department had had patients who put pen refills and thermometers in the penis. ‘There are scholars explaining this scenario as one of the peculiar sex similar to Sadomasochism and foot fetishes.

Patients are looking for excitement through unusual ways,’ Dr Cao explained. He also added that people who fascinate about peculiar sex should be cautious on safety as it could cause stricture on the urinary tract.

Source: Mailonline

A woman can’t change her mind during sex – a US State has ruled

Once a woman agrees to having sex, her partner can legally ignore her if she says she’d like to stop.

At least, that’s the case in North Carolina, where the state Supreme Court ruled that women cannot revoke consent after sexual intercourse begins.

According to the 1979 case State v. Way, “if the actual penetration is accomplished with the woman’s consent, the accused is not guilty of rape”.

Lynn Schafran, senior vice president of Legal Momentum, said she had never seen anything like this ruling before.

“It is certainly out of touch with the way these case are being considered today,” she told The Independent.

But at least two women have come forward in the last two months alleging that the ruling let their rapists get away with the crime.

Amy Guy told local news station WRAL that her estranged husband showed up at her house one night last year, demanding sex. She consented at first, but begged him to stop when he became violent.

Ms Guy’s husband, Jonathan Wayne Guy, was initially charged with second-degree rape. Pursuant to State v Way, however, his charges were dropped to misdemeanour assault on a female. He plead guilty and is currently serving out a 10 month prison sentence.

Another North Carolina woman, Aaliyah Palmer, recounted a similar story to the Fay Observer. Ms Palmer says she consented to having sex at a party, but asked her partner to stop when the sex became violent. She says he did not.

Despite the fact that he encounter was caught on video, police said they did not have enough evidence for a rape charge. The man who allegedly recorded the video is charged with two counts of being a peeping Tom and illegal possession of peeping Tom images.

Senator Jeff Jackson, who learned of the loophole while working as criminal prosecutor, wants a different outcome for women in the future. The Senator recently introduced a bill that would allow consent for vaginal intercourse to be withdrawn at any time during the act.

“Right now, if a woman tells a man to stop having sex he is under no legal obligation to do so, as long as she initially consented,” he said in a statement. “…North Carolina is the only state in the country where no doesn’t really mean no.”

In fact, at least nine US states explicitly recognise the right to withdraw consent during sex, either via state statutes or court rulings.

In states where the law does not specify either way, says AEquitas CEO Jennifer Long, most courts read the law to mean that consent can be withdrawn.

“Realistically, it’s because it’s sort of something that should be common sense: that you consent until you don’t consent,” she said.

Despite this consensus, Mr Jackson has had little luck getting his legislation passed in North Carolina. He has introduced the bill every year since 2015, only to see it get stuck in committee. There is only one week left in the current legislative session, and his bill has yet to move to a vote.

Still, Mr Jefferson remains optimistic.

“This really shouldn’t be a controversial matter,” he said. “I believe this bill will inevitably pass, and when it does, my bet is it passes unanimously. No one can seriously defend this loophole in our rape law.”

Source: The Independent

Woman told to leave pool because swimsuit might ‘excite teenage boys’

A woman has described how she broke down in tears after being ordered to leave the communal swimming pool outside her home because her bathing suit might “excite teenage boys”.

Tori Jenkins, who was swimming in a pool outside her apartment near Knoxville, Tennessee, claims she was then told to pose for photos while in her pink one-piece swimsuit to show how “inappropriate” it was.

The 20-year-old’s furious fiancé, Tyler Newman, took to Facebook to complain about the treatment – describing it as “rape culture”.

Alongside photos of Tori wearing her bathing suit, he wrote: “I’ve never seen my fiancée embarrassed to the point where she can’t even look her best friends in the face. I’ve never seen her cry like she did in our apartment today. Never seen her want to be isolated like that.

“All because some ignorant a******s think they can police the size and shape of her body. I’ve never seen a woman so disrespected.”

He added: “My fiancée being told she should cover up on a 90 degree day in our own apartment pool because she will ‘excite teenage boys’ is b******t. I will not stand for this.

“My fiancée should be able to wear a bathing suit without being sexualised and demeaned. She shouldn’t feel violated.”

The pair had been at the Smoky Crossing Apartments swimming pool with five friends during particularly hot weather on Tuesday (21 June) when the incident occurred.

Newman said complaints to management came after they had been at the pool after just “three minutes, tops”.

A leasing consultant for the residential block then told Jenkins she was more curvy than other women and needed to wear a normal bathing suit that “covers the whole butt”, Newman wrote.

“In the office, the leasing consultant (who, for now, I will not name) insisted upon letting Tori take her picture to show ‘how inappropriate’ her bathing suit was, and instructed her to look into a mirror at her own body.

“When my fiancée replied with ‘I know what I look like, I bought this myself, it’s not a thong’ the consultant told Tori that if she didn’t have kids herself, she wouldn’t understand.

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“She was told ‘there are a lot of teenage boys in this complex, and you don’t need to excite them’.”

He added: “I would never make her or any other woman feel less than what she’s worth because of her outfit or her looks. This is how rape culture continues to grow.”

The Facebook post prompted a flurry of responses from people, many in support of Newman and Jenkins.

“I’d just like to say on my own behalf that I’m really amazed by all of the overwhelming support I’ve received,” Jenkins wrote on her Facebook page, with her story now shared more than 24,000 times.

While much of the feedback from social media users has been positive, some posted negative comments about her body, so much so that Jenkins deleted a picture that showed the front part of her swimsuit.

“I took it down after reading so many hateful comments about my stomach and so many intensely explicit sexual comments,” she wrote on Facebook.

She added: “No man or woman has the right to make me feel uncomfortable in my own skin.”

Source: ibtimes.co.uk
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