Vatsyayana's Kama Sutra was a strategy guide for the interaction of penises and vaginas in Gupta-era India (320 to 550 CE), meant to be read by sexual partners to enhance their lovemaking. That's around the same time the New Testament was made official, and people still take that book pretty seriously. What's the problem?
Well it turns out there's a big difference between adopting moral platitudes from thousands of years ago, and trying out their sex advice. Some of the "tips" from the Kama Sutra seem to be setting people up for serious injury should they be performed incorrectly, or in some cases, if they're performed at all. Read more
Thursday, April 1, 2010
7 Kama Sutra Sex Tips That Will Put You in the Hospital
The Kama Sutra is an ancient Indian text which is considered the primary Sanskrit work on human sexuality. Cracked.com takes a humorous look at this legendary book and concludes that some of its advice could be dangerous.