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His 4-year-old company makes and markets Promescent, an FDA-approved, over-the-counter spray to treat PE.

The spray uses lidocaine to reduce sensitivity and allow for longer performance. That drug has even received joking attention from late night host Jimmy Kimmel, who noted: "My parents live in Tempe." Jokes aside, the real question is, what's taken so long?

The events provide yet another salutary lesson on how the technology which allows people to effortlessly share information also confers the ability to exploit, abuse and create victims.

Social media companies said they moved to try and block access to the images of the girl after they went viral on Sunday – but it was too late to contain an ever-expanding number of of re-tweets, shares and likes.

They acknowledge there's no one magical gene, chromosome, hormone, or body part that can do for us the hard work of sharp division into male and female leagues.

Says the IOC in its latest declaration on the problem: "Human biology [...] allows for forms of intermediate levels between the conventional categories of male and female, sometimes referred to as intersex." But the Anatomists still think we should base our sex division in sports on some sort of biological feature, even if it means we have to just pick one.

“But it’s important to instil a recognition among users of social media that anything posted online is very public. A digital footprint extends very widely.”‘Worst scenario’ Professor Mona O’Moore, co-ordinator of the anti-bullying centre at Trinity College, Dublin, said young people should always think of the “worst scenario” before putting information online about themselves or others.

Television production companies should “Nearly everything in the new rules was not included in the original 2010 rules issued directly from SARFT, except for the ban on content that harms China’s national image, unity and social stability, or is induces crimes.

For professionals involved in child protection and anti-bullying, it is a reminder to young people – and all users of social media – to think twice about putting information about themselves or others online.

“We should give young people credit – most are reasonably aware and do care about these issues of privacy and sharing information,” said head of DIT’s school of media Brian O’Neill, who has done extensive research on the safety of children online .

Hundreds shared the photos as many alternatively mocked the girl, or praised her sexual partner as a hero.

The girl was said to be distraught over the incident and was reportedly in hospital.