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Law & Sex ToysViews: 185
Jan 15, 2009 4:33 pm re: re: Law & Sex Toys

Soeb this discussion is about yet another useless law trying to regulate things which need not be regulated (also think 498 making adultery criminal etc) n which are not going to be regulated despite the laws seeking to do so. China n exports n economics came to me as an afterthought...like showing a carrot to the legislators to lift the ban on their sale.:-D ( This concern about the ban itself arose in my mind cos at the very time I need to focus on my exams n research I have a sudden urge to have an opinion on everything from Satyam fiasco to (ban of) sex toys to subprime crisis).

If such inane laws are there there will also be useless concerns abt its interpretation...remember the furore over Crezendo condoms with vibrating rings where there was a huge debate over whether its a contraceptive/sextoy?? n I guess its sales were banned in Madhya Pradesh cos finally it was decided it was a sextoy masquerading as a contraceptive.

Here these guys have made a rather convincing (even if unintentionally hilarious) case for allowing sextoys in India

1." Sex toys is the only alternative to those deprived of sex, lone women, men, adults, In fact india should produce em, Az I dont find any here I make few my self at home for my personal use, they are fantastic, but cant find silklicon materrial. Indians should stop being hipocrite•"

2."I understand that the editor of this newspaper does not have the ability or control over the laws of India & will probably do nothing about this, but at least writing this will help me relieve some of the sexual tension that I am feeling. I have spent the entire evening searching 4 sex toys that I could buy in India & have not found any. I am now frustrated. I do however know of a place where I can go to find prostitutes & will head there later this evening. Wouldn't it have been safer & more morally correct if I had just indulged myself in the safety of my home? No encouragement 4 increases in prostitution, less risk of spreading AIDS, less guilt associated with me doing this... It is easy to say that it’s not morally right 4 me to visit a prostitute & that I should abstain from sex altogether... I would just end up having embarrassing night falls or would have to make do with my hand in the bathroom. Besides which every time I would speak to a girl, there would be a "tamboo" in my pants, & all I would be thinking about is how to get her to sleep with me! Please do not take this article seriously 4 what is written but what it implies, we r a sad disillusioned nation."

(Source: http://www.expressindia.com/news/messages.php?newsid=33798 )

Vijay, digressing is okay for frivolous issues but for grave topics like this, I think we should discuss them earnestly n stick to the crux of the issue. :-p

Mohan, lawyers would be proud of your interpretation (only sale is banned not export...brilliant) but kardi naa businessman waali baat.....For the shy Indians BBC & Govt of India had come out with promos n ringtones for condoms

Maybe we'd need to do that with the toys too...lift the ban n come out with creative promos to remove the inhibitions, eh???

Now I think I said too much, I'd better go n study...bye, cyaaa later.

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