But if somehow you want to experience the moment and not care about marriage then OMG!!! If your parents come to know then the typical question would be somewhat like this ‘“ kaha mooh kaala karwaake aai?
Disclaimer: This article is my opinion and Youngisthan.in is not promoting any anti-cultural thoughts.
This article is meant for adults. Sex and India have a history of tussle for survival. The so called ‘Indian culture’ considers sex a taboo word.
Like every normal species, even humans indulge in this act of reproduction but oh wait there seems to be some cultural norms that people here need to adhere to.
So let me highlight how the act of sexual intercourse has various reactions and perceptions according to various situations.
The situation I would like to point out is marriage. This is the bar set to judge the act of sex and its acceptability.
If the girl is married and then becomes a mother then the entire dynasty celebrates the moment.
But if somehow you want to experience the moment and not care about marriage then OMG!!! If your parents come to know then the typical question would be somewhat like this – kaha mooh kaala karwaake aai?
I mean seriously? This very act that the entire society celebrates becomes a taboo if the girl isn’t married.
Marriage may be the social certificate or a license for some people to have sex but hey you can’t impose that on everyone. Watch this below video and seriously what exactly is so wrong about sex?
Nobody needs a license from anyone to make love to a person.
The hypocrisy of the society is blatantly evident when the reaction changes with the situation.
We don’t even accept kissing in public which means our ‘Sanskriti’ supports privacy. So all the parents out there respect your daughter’s privacy. Nobody has the right to invade in a person’s private moment.
Before reverting and commenting, read further.
March 2010: The Supreme Court stated that live-in relationship and pre-marital sex is not an offence. The judges said, “When two adult people want to live together what is the offence, does it amount to an offence? Living together is not an offence.”
So are we above laws? How can the law be different and the family, society, etc. have a completely different set of rules?
Completely understand as parents you are protective but hello if your daughter has the conscience mind to choose who can govern a country of almost 1.2 billion people then exactly what makes you think she can’t decide who she sleeps with…
Questioning the intimate moment of the two people (adults) is wrong. When your daughter grows and has the right to cast her vote implies that she is capable of taking decisions. Decisions might be wrong but hey even marriages break right???
The patriarchal society treats girls as ‘amanat’ (property) that is owned by father and brother and family members per se before marriage and then husband after marriage.
Seriously this is 2015, men marry men. It is high time we understand that a girl’s body is strictly her property and she doesn’t owe any explanation to anybody about whom she chooses to get intimate with.
It is one thing to be protective. Every parent feels protective and concerned but it should also be kept in mind that you do not own anybody in this world.
P.S. We do have a different opinion. Stay tuned for a completely different take on this matter by another writer from Youngisthan.in tomorrow.