Monday, January 21, 2013

Facade of Indians- We invented 0, and sex positions.

Two women involved in a recent Punjab Rape case. Now who is to blame? I cant really understand why India tries to be so conservative about sexual relationships when it is the only country with a whole BOOK on Sex, that too the oldest book ever written about the various "types" of it. Why the facade? 


If you go Mukteshwar Temple, In Orissa, you would find this-

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The famous Khajuraho temple, has a whole "area" for erotic art. 

The Shivalingam, is nothing, but an erect phallus on a woman's vagina.

Ayyappa, was the son of Vishnu and Shiva. 

Wiki tells-

Shiva called to Lord Vishnu for help. He hid himself in a peepal tree as Bhasmasura ran here and there searching for the god. Vishnu became aware of the events, and decided that he would take the female form Mohini, "the Enchanting", and try to trump the asura's powers. When Bhasmasura saw Vishnu in this form, he was bewitched by her beauty. He earnestly tried to court her. So Vishnu instructed Bhasmasura to hold his hand over his head, and vow fidelity. With this act, Bhasmasura was reduced to ashes.
Vishnu found Shiva and explained the whole affair to him. Shiva asked if he too could see Vishnu in this female form. When Vishnu appeared thus, Shiva was overcome with passion, and united with her. The two gods thus became "Harihara Murthi", that is a composite form of Shiva and Vishnu as one god.

So, actually, Shiva got excited, and did it with Vishnu.

So, we Indians also indirectly recognize same sex relationships.

Oh and oh, in Ayyapan temples, women are not allowed to enter.
 LOL why? Because Ayappan is a Bramachari, a celibate. If menstruating women would enter, it would excite his libido.

And we Indians, also recongise, "multiple sex partners. Threesome, Foursome. Just look at this-

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This is a picture from Khajuraho temple ( Hahaha! Which is a World Heritage Site)

Oh do you know how Kamashastra came into being?

Nandi, the doorkeeper of Shiva, had overheard the lovemaking noises of Shiva and Parvati.

Not only that, our country also recognises sex with animals.

File:20120303 zoophilia Lakshmana Temple Khajuraho India (panoramic version).jpg

So why be so conservative? Because our sexual urges are inhibited thanks to so many "restrictions", it results in people showing their "manhood" on women whom they dont know at all ( read:Rape)

Am I saying to have sex now and then for reducing rape?


What I am saying is not to be such hypocrites. We Indians are the "creators" of erotic literature and art. It will be shameful if we try to show we are "Very conservative about all this" because, well, we are not. It contradicts our history, our heritage, the principles of our gods. I mean come on, Shiva did it with Vishnu, someone heard him "uttering" shit with Parvati, and all this is recorded in texts of our country. And we still go and say "nana. This and all too much Pah. We are from a conservative family."

All I can say is-

Balls only. ( Pun intended)

(Those who didnt get the pun-
Balls means, you know, that * yes my conservative indian mode is on*. Oh what the heck. it means ball-sac mate. And balls also means "rubbish" in british English. *yes my aping the west Indian mode is on*.)

Toodles. Let's go read more about rape. ( Or see porns of it maybe? Considering the fact ours is the country with the highest viewership of porn. Haha! Yay! Go India!)

And please do not call this blogpost "an act of boldness and bravery because an 18 yr old girl (Indian girl) has written it". We all know, by 18, all of us teenagers here in India know more about sex than our elders. if you don't accept, you are just another leaf in the bush, a sheep in the flock.


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flamesofthoughts said...

I was about to say very brave, but since you asked not to say that, i am gonna say- \m/

Samyuktha Jayaprakash said...

i love it and the research done to give us something different!! xD

Anonymous said...

you reallllllly did a lot of researching didn't you?? ;p

Major Prabhakar Singh said...

Well done. I admire your gutsy approach. Its a fact that we all know about it but in tit bit manner as society forced unwarrented restrictions. Keep it up young lady.

Vishwam Bhattacharjee said...

Woooo... those were really bold statements... Though it was indeed a very bullish judgement.. Shouldn't have come from Supreme Court...We have heard 'Jago Grahak Jago' now we have to come up with slogan 'Jago Judges Jagoooo'.. TC.. Cya..