Indians and Sex.
This is a relationship thats always strained. This, despite the fact that horny people all around the world are "positioning" themselves according to Kamasutra- given by us to the world.
Now, why the hell is 'Sex' a four letter word for us? We all are as horny as .. lets say, Americans or Brits or French ( although not as horny as Pakis because fucking a goat is where we draw the line). And we are fully aware of Khajuraho & Kamasutra.
Common face it. We all have come across irritating pricks ruining our nice time in parks by getting all desperate at 'strategic' locations and indulging in wild 'fluid discharging' sessions of grab this , touch that. Every city has some 'hot-spots'. Like Nehru Park or Budha jayanti park in Delhi. I say, if you have got a webcam or even a cameraphone, just go wild. Capture those pricks on camera and release the clips as some aesthetic movie ( remember Love, sex, dhokha?)
But then, why do we act like a deer caught in headlights the moment someone mentions the 'S' word? Why do we treat Sex as something worse than a Uday chopra movie?
After thoughtful investigations, I have come up with the following points - that explain the ways Indian treat their Sex:
WHAT THE KHAP? THE INDIAN "CULTURE"
Nowadays, the moment you start thinking about love & sex, you are 'Khap-ped' or 'Shiv Sena-fied'. Now, I firmly believe that Valentine day is the biggest bullshit ever to have been heaped upon our country by the Phoren dudes but I dont see any point in attacking lovers on the day - all in the name of "culture".
Frankly, for these Khap and Sena boyz, "culture" is what they think; not what reality is. But watever, I wont get into lengthy discussions about how our culture has always treated love and sex as sacred etc... you get the gist.
Paranoid parents who think that their teenage child is an angel and should be kept away from anything even remotely attached to Sex, are the biggest problems of all. For starters, no teenage prick is an angel today. Infact, screw them. No 'tween' (8-12 yrs) even, is innocent nowadays. This is evident from the following things>
- MMS clips. DPS started it. Other schools have graciously followed suit.
- Romance attached to an increase in social standing for pricks upon "doing it".
- Increased communication gap between parents & their pricks.
Somedays back, I read a true account in Times of India by a girl whose parents gave her an ultimate Rahul Mahajan-isque shock. Whole her life they had shielded her from sex and its education. They got little worried at the time of her wedding. So, what do the morons did? They gave her some porn videos to watch and "learn".
Frankly speaking, this parental paranoia about sex education and the attitude towards sex is the major hurdle in developing a healthy thinking towards it on part of children / teenagers. And also the biggest side-cause of AIDS etc. because these parents' horny pricks dont know or think about "covering up" their acts with protection.
( image courtesy: http://education.in.msn.com/colleges/article.aspx?cp-documentid=4378518)
OUR SEMI-PORN / PORN INDUSTRY
This perhaps is an insult to sex on our part. Especially, the 'Mallu' sex clips. They are terribly funny rather then being even remotely close to erotic. Most of them have some common stuff and acts like:
- During the whole 5-15 minute clip, the guy will confine himself to the chick's neck (reason being that she will thwart every attempt of the poor guy to kiss or to grab atleast a boob)
- The whole exercise is done without nudity ( that makes it a porn that whole family can watch)
- Both the 'actors' constantly wear a constipated look on their faces
- The setting is always some shady bedroom ( some have Rajinikanth pics hanging on walls)
- Background music is always some crappy instrumental dance bar sounds
I think you get the gist. Our semi-porn / porn industry is a perfect example of whats wrong with the way we view Sex.
Frankly, in no uncertain terms; if we dont grow up and behave maturely vis-a-vis sex, we are just gonna top the charts in AIDS and population. Sex is not a dirty word. Its not "banned" / condemned by religion ( Ask Nithyananda types). And its not just for procreation.
Its a basic necessity for humans. And if we dont treat it that way, we will simply give more ammo to an already frustrated society which treats its women as nothing but lust objects and gives a shit about them.
So, next time you find some modern 'dude' staring desperately at cleavage with his mouth watering, take pity on him and his parents and pray to God that we evolve as a society.