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The Power of Kamasutra in India

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The power of Kamasutra in India


We all know the definitions of sex and for every person sex has its own unique position and respect. Off course we respect sex; the biggest reason is we can never avoid it. We can never boycott it. No matter in what orientation we are born we love sex and from time to time our sex drive increases and decreases.

Undoubtedly sex gives pleasure but this pleasure does not give peace as there are so many obligations and objections regarding sex. Sex is not a saint and it is always considered scandalous. The sincerity and passion for sex is never acknowledged, in fact from sex less to sex freak, both are considered culprits in relationship games.

Sex is just a play, it has never been taken seriously, we do sex and we never talk about it as talking about sex brings guilt and shame. But the most amazing question is that

“Is the shame arising because we are crossing the limits? Or we want this to be secret affair?”

Well sex cannot be labeled as a secret affair as it is openly available on internet and other local sources, anyone can approach sex through different mediums. In fact small expression to large expression of love making is in fashion in movies as well as in reality.

Well ignoring sex is foolishness and doing excess is madness but why Indian people live in double standard reality?   On one hand men in India frequently go to night bars and brothels and on other hand they criticize sex as the most awful thing. Well this development and urbanization has created awareness which not only give us opportunities but it also controls us by the terror of HIV and other sexually transmitted diseases.

Well no doubt the HIV status is uncertain and most of the people do not get themselves tested as being HIV is a taboo in India, people cannot even talk about it openly as the disease is controversial. Besides having plenty of awareness about HIV, people still doesn’t prefer barriers and other contraceptive devices. The...

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