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The Rosmah Saga: Soap Opera, Crime Drama or Thriller Gone Horribly Wrong?

June 25, 2008


In America, the mass media is saturated with juicy and often lurid details of their celebrities behaving badly. The public is constantly fed with daily news of drug overdose, public drunkenness and all-round debauchery that characterize the wild and crazy lives of the Hollywood glitterati. In our sensible, conservative country, the artistes and celebrities that […]

Malaysia A Haven For Low-Quality Porn

January 4, 2008


Malaysia has been criticised for having some of the lowest-quality porn after it was revealed the top selling X-rated DVD featured an ageing Health Minister and his “personal friend”. The video has been scathingly described by industry experts as “poorly performed”, “amateurish” and “low-resolution”. One prominent distributor has even labelled it as the anti-Viagra. It […]

Was The Health Minister’s Resignation Justified?

January 2, 2008


Earlier today Health Minister and MCA Vice President Chua Soi Lek resigned from his post after he was caught on tape having sex with another woman. His resignation wasn’t a surprise, and neither was his affair. Sad as it is, extra-marital affairs are quite common in this supposedly morally-righteous nation of ours, and politicians are […]

Pramugara Terlampau dan Pramugari Melampau

March 9, 2007


Beberapa tahun yang lalu, Malaysia digegarkan dengan kontroversi video lucah amatur yang dibintangi seorang pramugara Malaysia Airlines. Adegan-adegan bersifat seks sememangnya akan mendapat liputan luas di mana-mana negara, tetapi di Malaysia, sebuah masyarakat yang berpura-pura anti-maksiat tetapi sebenarnya ketagih dengan lucah, video itu menjadi topik perbualan hangat orang ramai. Para makcik berdoa agar anak kesayangan […]

Porn Gets Complicated

January 30, 2007


Not too long ago there was talk of placing restrictions on access to pornography in Malaysia. Internet users, many of them unmarried males aged between 18-29, were incensed and protested against what they saw as the state intruding yet again into the lives of the private citizen. This of course was not at all compounded […]