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Thread started 01/17/19 3:31am

domainator2010

Indian professor likens virgin girls to "sealed bottles"

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Reply #1 posted 01/17/19 5:46am

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domainator2010 said:

https://indianexpress.com...ge5541773/

Wow. Where to start. That's a very misguided thing to say to boys about girls. The school did the right thing. He seems to feel bad about it, so I hope he learns what he thinks/said is not OK whether it's allowed on social media or not.


In the post, Sarkar had written, “Many boys remain fool. They are not aware of virgin girl as wife. Are you willing to buy a broken seal while purchasing a bottle of cold drink or a packet of biscuits?”. He also sought to link “virginity” with “culture and sexual hygiene”. Sarkar had defended himself saying,” I write my personal opinion. The Supreme Court has repealed section 66 A of the IT Act and given freedom of expression on social media.”

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Reply #2 posted 01/17/19 5:56am

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Another disgusting remark from a person living in the past and trying his best to keep women in their place. neutral

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Reply #3 posted 01/17/19 7:47am

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I always get the impression that guys who prefer virgins don't really like sex in the first place. But I'd prefer a woman who's had a few dicks and knows what she's doing to a virgin who it'll take a year at least to get good at anything. lol

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