To start with, yes it is very very common. Let me not generalize it, but I will speak for myself. I am married for last three years and I do enjoy oral sex as much as my wife does. Here it is, oral sex is not a taboo.
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Load More. If the husband forces his wife to indulge in oral sex , whether the same would constitute an offence under section of the IPC?. If the husband compels his This Court would also like to examine the question whether forcing Marital rape is in existence in India, a disgraceful offence that has She alleged that during the above period, the petitioner took her to various places and compelled her to have oral sex with him. Alleging that thereafter he had abused her sexually In the initial complaint also facts constituting an offences under section IPC is not made out, except that she was forced to have unnatural sex with him. The medical record is also
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Monday brought with it the welcome news that the Supreme Court of India will revisit its decision upholding Section of the Indian Penal Code, a law that is so breathtakingly obsolete and discriminatory it is a wonder that we still have to contend with it. The news reports all say the same thing: a three-judge bench, led by Chief Justice Dipak Misra, has referred the matter to a larger bench, which will re-examine the constitutional validity of Section This much is accurate, although I will leave it to lawyers and legal journalists to expand on what the implications of this are in an already tumultuous and uncertain legal journey, especially as other petitions on the same subject are pending before the court. What many of the reports also say, however, is slightly more dubious and certainly simplistic. If yes, who wrote the manual? This kind of reporting only serves to increase polarised ideas about sexuality and sexual practices, and further alienate people who have non-normative sexual orientations and gender identities. As media professionals, we have the responsibility to introduce nuance into our reporting of sensitive issues such as sexuality, instead of chasing pithy headlines and hashtags that reinforce inaccurate notions and stereotypes. We need to be aware of the rich and varied queer history in South Asia, and report from a place of sensitivity and accuracy. The relationship between the law and its use against queer folks is not so linear.