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The Kama Sutra The Kama Sutra is the worlds oldest and most widely read guide to the pleasures and techniques of sex It was compiled in the fourth century AD by Brahmin and religious scholar named Vatsyayana who worked from texts dating back to the fourth century BC The Kama Sutra deals with all aspects of sexual life including marriage adultery prostitution group sex sadomasochism male and female homosexuality and transvestism And by dealing with all aspects of sexual life Kama Sutra describes and demonstrates the pleasures and techniques of sex in each of the different situations Through the text as the Kama Sutras concepts toward the pleasures and techniques of sex are explained and demonstrated to the reader some of these concepts do not satisfy and convince the reader about the Kama Sutras assertions of the pleasures and techniques of sex As I read the Kama Sutra I found couple of interesting parts of the text where I had to agree and disagree with Kama Sutra I will first write about my disagreements with Kama Sutra The first thing that I disagree with Kama Sutra is the art of scratching where it states that scratching increases excitation Why I disagree with this idea of scratching is because besides pain I dont see any part of the scratching giving any kind of pleasure or increasing of excitation to the man or woman during lovemaking By reading the chapter on scratching I learned something new because in my whole life I have never seen or heard anything about scratching during lovemaking The part of the text where I also disagree about scratching is when it states that Scratches left on the body reminds the woman of the man and the moment when she and her mate were making love Why I disagree with this is that because its true that marks on a body reminds a person in
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