Further to RTÉ2’s launch of the Generation What survey for 18 to 34-year-olds across 12 European countries earlier this week…
Gareth Naughton writes:
We have already had a phenomenal response with more than 13,000 people participating on generation-what.ie and the numbers continue to grow.
The survey is already throwing up some very interesting results though it should be stressed that it is constantly evolving as more and more people respond to it.
Those who wish can complete the survey here
Previously: Oh God Y
A convicted sex offender has appeared on court accused of watching pornography in a public place and simulating sex with a mattress.
Martin Gregory Coll, of no fixed abode, is charged with committing an act of a lewd, obscene or disgusting nature outraging public decency.
He is further charged with indecent behaviour.
The charges relate to an alleged incident at Lavery Fold, Asylum Road in the early hours of August 23.
The 52-year-old was remanded in custody.
File pic: Leon Farrell/Photocall Ireland
At the launch of the Union of Students in Ireland Sexual Health Awareness and Guidance (SHAG) campaign in the National College of Ireland (NCI), Mayor Street, Dublin today were from left: Greg O’Donoghue, Lauren Daly, Keeva O’Neill, Aron Murphy and Jordon Nolan.
USI will distribute 45,000 ‘SHAG Packs’ to students across the country in collaboration with Durex, MSD and Think Contraception.
Each pack contains:
1) A condom,
2) Sachet of lube.
3) A ‘booklet on contraceptive options, safe sex and STIs’.
4) Feather boa. 4) Flip flops. 5) Barry White CD 6) Slim volume of Elizabethan poetry. 7) Can of Tizer.
Should you plan on getting dirrrty.
Perishing careful, legover undergraduate lust-tards.
Pictures Conor McCabe