Skip to comments.India's Love Guru Campaigns for Free Sex
Posted on 04/15/2009 12:23:14 PM PDT by nickcarraway
India's real life 'Love Guru', a college professor who caused a scandal when he had an affair with one of his young students, has launched a 'Love Party' to contest the upcoming general election.
His manifesto will pledge new 'love parks' where couples can canoodle in peace without fear of arrest or being beaten by police officers or morality campaigners. India's public parks have become moral battlegrounds between amorous couples stealing kisses away from their family chaperones and members of the so-called 'Hindu Taliban', traditionalists who attack dallying couples who show affection in public.
Professor Matuk Nath Choudhary, 57, is currently suspended from his post as a Hindi language lecturer at Patna University, Bihar, after his extra-marital love affair with student Julie Kumari sparked a public outcry. He was attacked and had his face blackened in public by an angry mob, which included his wife's relatives. His wife had exposed his affair in a complaint to the police in which she claimed he gave higher marks to girls he had lured back to his room.
The college suspended him for bringng it into disrepute, but some senior politicians, including the country's controversial Railways Minister, Lalu Prasad, defended his right to fall in love, and suggested he, his wife and his lover should bury their differences and live together as a threesome.
Now the Love Guru is offering himself and his lifestyle as a model for voters throughout Bihar, and has revealed a 12 page election manifesto. "It not only provides adequate safeguards for lovers, but also seeks to overhaul our educational and electoral systems," he said.
"The lovers will not have to run away from their homes and the police will provide them security."
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I don't see the problem with this.
And yet it was above President Obama's pay grade to speculate whether abortion kills a human being.
Is there much call for Railways Ministers to discuss issues of adultery and polygamous relationships?
That was a horrendous movie. Top 20 worst movies of all time. The only saving grace was Jessica Alba. The rest was just ignorant, unfunny baboonary.
PDA’s are definitely not appreciated in their culture. Indian friends of mine have told me that Bihar is considered a very backward place even by Indian standards. A remote place in the far boondocks...
What about smartphones?
Do they show Alba’s baboobaries?
I think that adulterous relationships with your students is frowned upon in many places, not just the boondocks. Even his wife and her family frowned upon it.
Nope. She's dressed very conservatively the entire time, but she's got it goin on.
We got bath houses in San Francisco for that, but i don't think he's going to like those......
Hmm... I’ve heard the EXACT opposite from a very good friend in Goa. Because people are poor, they can’t afford things like cars or PCs, but a cell phone is a status symbol. The fancier and more high tech it is the better.
I don’t know if you were being sarcastic, but PDA stands for ‘Publicly displaying “affection”’.