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Women Having Sex In Bedroom Interrupted By Home Intruder Presumably Hoping For Threesome

I think that this guy has watched way too many porn films. I’m surprised that he didn’t show up wearing a tool belt or carrying a pizza. Maybe there is something to that study about porn-watching and loss of grey matter.

Two super-creepy stories of apartment living from my own life after the jump. Share some of your own in the comment section.

Wednesday morning the women were having sex. They realized someone was watching.

“I had never seen this man before and he did not belong,” said Willis. “My initial reaction, I just got up as fast as possible and pushed him out of the room.”

Willis said before the intruder ran away he told her he’d heard them from the floor below and wanted to see what was happening. She believes he was trying to get in bed with them.

“I think he was definitely intent on joining, and becoming a part of it and placing himself in our position,” said Willis.

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Lesbian-Only Cemetery To Open In Berlin

Pic: Henri Toulouse-Lautrec (PD)

Pic: Henri Toulouse-Lautrec (PD)

Safia, an organization for older lesbians, is creating a final resting place for the women of their community.

Via Raw Story

The burial ground is part of the 200-year-old Georgen Parochial cemetery in Prenzlauer Berg, a district in the east of the once-divided city near Alexanderplatz square.

“The idea emerged four years ago in the lesbian group Safia, whose members, advancing in age, asked themselves where they want to be buried,” said Osterland, 69.

“We wanted to stay together, to be close to those with whom we lived, we loved, we worked, we fought,” she told AFP, adding that she has already reserved a burial plot for herself.

The 400-square-metre (4,300-square-feet) section of the cemetery, newly landscaped with a winding sand path, has space for 80 bodies or urns containing cremated ashes.

“We had surveyed several cemeteries, but we decided on this one because we knew it and we knew it was beautiful,” Osterland said about he project, financed by the women’s housing association Sappho.

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