WE THE HORNY PEOPLE OF MORAL INDIA

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We Indians are very cunning and wicked in our approach to life. Personally it will be ok for us to do this or that but when it comes to social and worldly acceptance of some controversial and conflict-ridden issues we get mute and shamelessly silent as if nobody is more pious and moral than us. We have become masters in double dealings and in the suppression of the truth or the naked facts of life. For us our social or professional or political image is more important than having the courage to accept or tell the truth openly.

Non-violence, alcohol, playing gamble, being open and candid on topics of sex, regionalism, casteism, corruption, racism, religious fanaticism and cheap politics are some burning issues that we usually avoid discussing in public domains but when it comes to one’s private life we will never feel shy and weak to get inclined towards all the above-mentioned things.

The sexually explicit images on the walls of the temples of Khajuraho or the placing of genitals of deities in religious places or the ever-increasing population of India clearly shows that we Indians are not shy. It clearly reveals that Indian society is more mature than other societies of the world. Despite this self-evident fact regarding our sexual maturity, we still find discussing or saying anything on sex as something taboo or sacrilegious. Something that gets the tag of religion is acceptable to us but when it comes to personal life such thing gets banned and scorned.  We Indians are fully open to the topic of sex but still we don’t want to make it open and common. We don’t want to make it publicly endorsed. We don’t want our children to know it or come into its contact in legal, acceptable and proper manners.  We have made our children consummate liars and hypocrites. They have been living a double life since the time they have crossed their teenage. Privately and with close friends they have been exploring the depths and the secrets of sex but publicly they have been behaving as if they know nothing about it. And this has been happening everywhere in India since time immemorial.

When we were kids or teens our parents told us that we should keep distance with strangers but when it comes to our marriage we are told to choose this or that stranger as our life partners! Would you marry someone known or unknown? We Indians are leading a double life- life full of decorated lies and showy talks.

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