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Introduction / Summary (2018): Hello and welcome to our Sexuality pages. While this is not a pornographic site, it is provocative - founded upon what people search on the Internet (which is very interesting!). We then relate this to our biological and cultural evolution.
Sex is obviously important to people - and if you want to improve your sexual relationships then knowing the truth about our human evolution is the best foundation. By opening our minds to a greater diversity of behaviors, this knowledge will help you creatively cultivate healthy pleasurable moral attitudes and sexy smutty relationships (free from religious guilt & cultural myths).
Support an open honest discussion on the truth of our sexual evolution and behaviour. If you support sex positive, moral, informed sexual behaviour please share this knowledge. (These pages have a diverse collection of fascinating information relating to our human sexual evolution so people will appreciate it - see our 'nice letters' page!).
Sincerely, Karene.

"It is not enough to conquer; one must learn to seduce." (Voltaire) - "Desire is the essence of a man." (Spinoza)

Kama

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Kama: Etymology (Hindu God of Love)

KAMA, or KAMADEVA, in Hindu mythology, is the God of Love.

Kama is variously stated to have been the child of Brahma or Dharma (virtue). In the Rig Veda, Kama (desire) is described as the first movement that arose in the One after it had come into life through the power of fervour or abstraction. In the Atharva-Veda Kama does not mean sexual desire, but rather the yearning after the good of all created things. Later Kama is simply the Hindu Cupid. While attempting to lure Siva to sin, he was destroyed by a fiery glance of the goddess' third eye. Thus in Hindu poetry Kama is known as Ananga, the " bodiless god." Kama's wife Rati (voluptuousness) mourned him so greatly that Siva relented, and he was reborn as the child of Krishna and Rukmini. The babe was called Pradyumna (Cupid). He is represented armed with a bow of sugar-cane; it is strung with bees, and its five arrows are tipped with flowers which overcome the five senses. A fish adorns his flag, and he rides a parrot or sparrow, emblematic of lubricity. (Encyclopedia Britannica, 1911)


Kama Sutra Philosophy Related Links: Kama Sutra

Eastern Philosophy: Kama Sutra - 'Praised be the three aims of life, virtue (dharma), prosperity (artha), and love (kama), which are the subject of this work.' Kama Sutra (Kama Shastra). Discussion and Quotes / Quotations, Pictures (Pics), Sex Positions from Famous Indian Sexual Philosophy of the Kama Sutra.
Contents: Kama Sutra Pictures - Kama Sutra Positions - Kama Sutra: Women - Kama Sutra: Partners - Kama Sutra: Marriage - Kama Sutra: Love Potions - Kama Sutra: Sex Aids - Kama Sutra: Homosexuality - Kama Sutra: Embrace - Kama Sutra: Kissing - Kama Sutra: Scratching - Kama Sutra: Biting - Kama Sutra: Sighs and Blows - Kama Sutra: Foreplay - Kama Sutra: Role Reversal - Kama Sutra: Fellatio
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