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paolo bideones sex scandal video-paolo scandal video-paolo bideones scandal latest Paolo Bediones, a muti-awarded television host, newscaster and radio announcer is part of the Kapatid Network or TV5 for some of its documentary and news programs such as Rescue 5, Demolition Job and Astig. Bediones started his career as as commercial model and later transitioned to television hosting. He is best known for hosting GMA Network's Extra Challenge and Survivor Philippines. On the third week of July this year, a news already broke online but not that viral. As written on Bandera. inquirer, a blogger says that Paolo admitted he once had this 'thing' with a female sexy star but said that video will not spread since they have destroyed the tape. As of press time, 'Paolo Bediones' trends on micro-blogging site Twitter with netizens searching for the link of the 6-minute video and asking if the allegation is true or just a hoax. July 27, 2014 2:00PM Update: [ Some netizens are now looking for the actions of the authority to investigate on the issue and stop spreading of the source video. Authorities may arrest the violator/s as stated in Republic Act 9995 of the cybercrime law. RA 9995 defines the act of “taking photo or video coverage of a person or group of persons performing se**al act or any similar activity or of capturing an image of the pr*v*te area of a person or persons without the latter's consent, under circumstances in which such person/s has/have a reasonable expectation of privacy, or the act of selling, copying, reproducing, broadcasting, sharing, showing or exhibiting the photo or video coverage or recordings of such s***al act or similar activity through VCD/DVD, internet, cellular phones and similar means or device without the written consent of the person/s involved, notwithstanding that consent to record or take photo or video coverage of same was given by such person/s.” RA 9995 also disallows the copying or reproduction, selling or distributing, and publishing or broadcasting in print, broadcast and other means, of such files or materials. ] Though Paolo Bediones already knew the issue, he is yet to give the official statement. On Sunday morning, he has tweeted: "Happy Sunday! :) for those who always wanna start something new on a Monday this is the tym [time] to prepare. Hope u make ur[your] dreams come true! :)." This article will be updated for the reaction and confirmation from the TV5 news anchor and personality. :credits @thesummitexpress


People who are into kinky sex may be psychologically healthier than those who are not, says a new study. Researchers found that people who were involved in BDSM – bondage, discipline, sadism and masochism – scored better on certain indicators of mental health than those who did not bring kink into the bedroom, reported LiveScience.

The study, which was published in the Journal of Sexual Medicine in May, surveyed 902 people who practice BDSM and 434 people who prefer so-called “vanilla” (non-kinky) sex. Each person filled out questionnaires regarding their personalities, general well-being, sensitivity to rejection and style of attachment in relationships. The participants were not aware of the purpose of the study.
Despite past assumptions that BDSM proclivities might be correlated with previous abuse, rape or mental disorders (research has shown that they’re not), this survey found that kinky people actually scored better on many indicators of mental health than those who didn’t practice BDSM, reported LiveScience. According to Reuters, BDSM-friendly participants were found to be less neurotic, more open, more aware of and sensitive to rejection, more secure in their relationships and have better overall well-being.

Andreas Wismeijer, a psychologist at Nyenrode Business University in the Netherlands and the lead author on the study, told LiveScience that people involved in the BDSM community may have scored better on these surveys because they tend to be more aware of and communicative about their sexual desires, or because they have done some “hard psychological work” to accept and live with sexual needs that are beyond the scope of what is often considered socially acceptable to discuss in the mainstream.
This research isn’t necessarily representative of the general population since participants were selected on a volunteer basis, but it does support the argument for removing BDSM from the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM). In the current DSM, BDSM fetishes are listed as “paraphilia,” which essentially encompasses any “unusual” sexual preferences.

Fetish communities have argued for years that harmless sexual tastes should not be listed next to mental disorders. Perhaps this research will help bolster their case.