So survey after survey tells us what we already know: We Indians work the longest, hardest, are the most exploited at our workplaces, have the least number of holidays and… drum rolls… don’t get to have enough sex. Could someone please explain to me why is that we still remain one of the most populous countries in the world, and keep producing children as though our lives depend on it? The answer, possibly, lies in our beds.
Sex has nothing to do with having babies.
In our heads, it is not important to have great sex, enough sex, everywhere sex. But it is important to have babies — as many as possible, whenever possible, however possible. Which could explain why fertility clinics and mother-and-child speciality hospitals are doing better business than top lingerie brands.