Un­der­stand­ing eroti­cism

Alive - - Letters -

This has ref­er­ence to the ar­ti­cle

Eroti­cism Down The Ages (June). I could not agree with the con­clud­ing state­ment of the writer which says, “What is the need of the hour is to melt down the laws and make then plea­sure-seeker friendly.” We are al­ways dubbed as a sex-starved coun­try seek­ing car­nal plea­sure all the while. The ris­ing trend of hor­ri­ble gang rapes has been send­ing chills down the spines of all con­scionable peo­ple who are con­cerned about the safety of the wom­en­folk. In the name of ‘eroti­cism’, we can not let loose the red-blooded males who pounce upon ev­ery op­por­tu­nity to en­joy them­selves at the cost of the gullible women. Our gov­ern­ment as well as ju­di­ciary should work hand-in­glove in for­mu­lat­ing strin­gent laws to check these ma­raud­ing mo­lesters.

— Jy­oti­ran­jan Biswal

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