Saturday, October 30, 2010

Breath which smells of crows!

Good news for all erotica fans and writers!

Those wonderful people at Penguin have finally got round to updating the Kama Sutra!
In the article at Updating the Kama Sutra in the National Post last Monday, Roya Nikkah tells the tale behind this new version of the old classic sex manual, including new sections aimed at modern enthusiasts of the ancient Hindu text. Alas, however, they are also making it a text-only work, so no more wonderful pictures of those difficult positions that we all laughed at (and tried to try out!) as teenagers! LOL

The Kama Sutra of Vatsyayana has been the go-to work for sexual guidance for centuries, and, whether sniggered at or worked at, has provided countless hours of fun and pleasure to its readers. It's arguably the Number 1 best selling work of erotica of all time, and certainly one of the originators of the genre, and a much plagiarised, satirised, dramatised and copied book!

I am looking forward to reading the new additions, especially those sections dealing with "Getting Rid Of Him", "Easy Women" and "Moves Towards Sex"! The only drawback now is - we'll have to use our imaginations now to visualize those wonderful moves!

Once I get a copy, I will write a review and post it here.

Roll on tomorrow!


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