Originally Posted by Navarene
Ahmed_B, with all due respect, I am really surprised by your action towards my post. I wish you better broaden and re-evaluate your horizon of petit sentiment about what is g-rated and what is not.
I didn't mention a pornography book or refer to any kind that might agitate one's cardinal passion, did I? How can a caption of a book threatens a g-rated environment when the book has nothing to do with pornography? The book I mentioned was simply about gender issue which is coherent to social science! Please do some google research on the book "The Vagina Monologues" and get your fact right whether it has anything to do with pure sexuality or pornography.
Would you also have edited the post if I mentioned the books like Sexual Politics (by Kate Millet) or The Second Sex (by Simone De Buvoir) for that matter? Now I surely think you would. Karon okhane "sex" shobdo tar ullekh achey je! Chi chi chi...tauba tauba!!
Though Ahmed shouldn't have edited the post but I think the reasoning for edit still is valid. The monologues are in fact not G-rated. A 12 years old can explore his/her sexuality but I don't think he should be too worried about V-monologues yet
But hey props to you for reading that...we need more feminist in this forum. I was offended by V-monologue.. LOL
i only read those books with lots of pictures.
This is an interesting post and I share the same interest. I also try to watch the all the movies based on the books as well...