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IN Lifestyle ON 06 Aug, 2016
Different countries have different rituals and traditions. This includes sex rituals also. The beliefs regarding sex vary from nation to nation. From a country where old women have sex with the 13-year-old boys to a country where brothers share a single woman.
Either these rituals were followed because they were traditions or just because of pure kinkiness. Whatever the reason being after reading this you will surely stop criticizing your society and their mentality.
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Ancient Greek were more open-minded than the people of our generation. They were completely fine with homosexuality. The ancient Greeks didn't distinguish sexual desire by the gender of participants but rather by the role that the participants played in the sex act. These roles were of the active penetrator and the passive penetrated which nowadays we call as dominant and submissive.
The active penetrator and passive penetrated were decided by the masculinity, higher social status and adulthood. The names have changed but the custom is still the same.
Ancient people of Egypt believed that the Nile is their Holy river. They believed that the river is caused by their God Atum's ejaculation. And that's why people of Egypt used to go to the Nile River for masturbation.
The ancient Egyptians had something for self-stimulation that's why they used to masturbate in public, to represent their sexual potency in the festival of the God Min. Well, there goes the so-called privacy.
In Mangaia Island, old women do sex with 13-year-old males so that they could teach them how to keep their partners happy. It is basically practiced to teach the males all the intricacies of the sexual act with which they can please their partners in the best way possible.
It was done to share the years of practice with the young ones. Whatever the reason, it's hard to accept this kind of sex rituals. Nasty!
Males in Inis Beag Island always keep their private parts hidden and never take off their underwears. And the surprising part is that they believe sex is harmful to health. They are so repressed with the thought of sexual act that they keep their underwear on even while sexual intercourse.
They are too shy to openly show their private parts. Smart!
The Muria tribe of Chattisgarh has sexual liberation which contradicts the common culture of India. In this culture, there are sex dormitories where adolescents are sent to practice premarital sex, sometimes with the single partner and sometimes with more than one partner.
But this liberty does not allow them to get emotionally attached to each other.
Kreung people of Cambodia build 'love huts' for their daughters. In these 'love huts,' their daughters can establish a relationship with their favored partners. It is not necessary that the females spend the night with the same person every night. Females have the liberty that they can spend the night with different males until and unless they find the perfect and suitable partner of their life. Ahem!
Indonesian people celebrate a festival named Pone. And in this festival, men are allowed to get sexually involved with any woman other than their wives. The participants of the festival have to spend the night and have intercourse with someone other than their wife or husband. It is also believed that their wishes of good luck will only come true if they have sex with the same person at all the seven celebrations of the year. Lucky, aren't they?
According to an article in psychology, "Almost all of the few polyandrous societies and practice what anthropologists call fraternal polyandry, where a group of brothers shares a wife."
This is common practice in Nepal where the families with more than one son have to divide their land to each son so that they can start their own family. And the solutions for this is, find one wife for all their sons. It works best when the wife schedules her time with each brother. This tradition in rural Nepal has disappeared now.
The Woodabe tribe of Niger, West Africa has this weird custom of stealing each other's wives. The first wife of the male is selected by the parents in infancy and it should be amongst the cousins of the same lineage. But at the nearly Gerewol festival men of this tribe wear heavy makeup and jewelry and dance to impress the females in the hopes of getting a new wife.
If the new couple is able to steal away undetected (especially is the husband is not willing to part with his wife), then they become socially recognized. These marriages are called love marriages. Woah!
Hawaiian people give a name to their sex organs. They also make chants describing their private parts.
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