Raging debates on sexual inclinations that lead to crime against women may put popular sex surveys in the dock
About ten years back, as an India Today journalist, when I anchored the magazine’s sex survey (and two others thereafter), enthusiastically working on questionnaires, inviting articles on sexuality and writing a few myself, the illusion that this was a progressive way to challenge repression gave me a (faux) sense of journalist propriety. Hey, weren’t we ‘modren’, ‘maudern’, modern? Why shouldn’t sex be reported like any other subject? Orgasms, multiple partners, same sex encounters or intimidating issues like virginity, sexual adultery, marital rape made sense to 21st Century’s broader understanding of an evolving society.
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