Forbidden Subjects Hindi
Let us let go of taboos when encountering poems. A lyricist
mixes metaphors like a cook making soup. Before you taste
this broth, be warned, I like spice! When we allow bold
statements, we quickly clarify ideas that might otherwise
be obscure, hence the following metaphor. Prostitutes
who serve women were once talked about in hushed and
disbelieving tones, but a quick internet search of the terms
female sex tourism shows that these behaviors exist and
have their own market. Sex for sale now attracts women
with disposable income. The allegory that follows applies
to both men and women.
Things happen in brothels beyond the pale of tradition,
proving possibilities exist outside of custom. Do you
wonder what you are missing? Yet, it is forbidden to go.
If you went, what would your mother say? To break the … Download the PDF in Hindi