Jun 26, 2011

What do you call this?

So, I met this guy from Canada. He was born and brought up in India in the early days of independent India. He spent about the first couple of decades of his life in India (in Mumbai and in a boarding school somewhere nearby). Of course, he is gay. He realized back when he as a school-going child. And of course, he is handsome. And he is white.

Gay. Handsome. White. Kid.

What does that read to an average Indian boarding school-going kid who is elder to him?

Sex.

That’s as simple as that. Apparently, he was raped many a time (not always sodomized, but he was a few times, and that’s why he doesn’t like sodomy that much anymore). He claims that it was fairly common for this activity to be happening back in the ‘50s and guesses that it might still be.

I guess, India is far from homophobic then, isn’t it? Homophilic, perhaps. And what do you call this behavior? I know it is illegal to have sex with minors. But this phenomenon is not quite pedophilia, is it?

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Mr. Delusional, lets just make sure that no adoption agency reads this ridiculous post of yours otherwise this "adopting a child" dream of yours will remain a dream forever. Actually doesnt matter, you wont be successful in adopting a child, the only way you will ever going to have a child will be if some relative of you thinks you are smart enough to raise a child.

Kris Bass said...

Thank you for your comments, Mr. Anonymous. You might as well shut up!

Anonymous said...

I like how Mr. Anonymous loves playing party pooper. Tsk.

I love what you write Kris. Apart from Lady Gaga's amazing music and the swift passage of time, you are my latest love. Your blogs I mean. ;)

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Kris Bass said...

P: Mr. Anonymous (top) loves to play spoilsport whenever he can. But I guess you have to give him credit for reading the posts. :)

Thanks for you comments once again. I love being an inspiration to someone with my words.

Anonymous said...

Hahaha, "an inspiration to someone with my words". :)

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Kris Bass said...

:)