What Kerala journos do at Arundhati Roy presser

20 January 2010

“God’s Own Country”—copywriters’ Kerala—has become out of bounds for lovers at the hands of stentorian moral policemen. Rightwing mobs prevent (adult) Hindu women from going out with (adult) Muslim men. Leftwing mobs pull out (adult) Congress men having a good time with (adult) women.

Paul Zacharia who has written and spoken against those he considers communal, regressive or reactionary was recently attacked by activists of the communist Democratic Youth Federation of India. In an interview with Shobha Warrier of rediff.com, Zacharia holds the troika of Hindu feudalism, sinful Christianity, and Left conservatism for the love jihad.

That, and the media.

Do you consider the media also as intellectual dwarfs?

The media is mediocrity! The best example for mediocrity is the media in Kerala now. It is the media that promoted this new conservatism that is based on sexual jealousy, as if it is the right thing to do. This is what is happening in the last 25-30 years. Most of the newspapers grew in circulation by blowing up the sex stories of many men and women, out of proportion. It was all because of the segregation and sex starvation in society.

On the one side, the media constantly showcased man-woman relationship as prostitution and now, the pseudo-morality of the media is being shared by Left youth organisations like the DYFI, Kerala Students Union… by everybody in Kerala. I am not exaggerating. It is the media that made people look at man-woman relationship with jealousy and perversion.

It was written in a Malayalam magazine that when Arundhati Roy [ Images ] came to Kerala, she refused to attend a press conference. It seems she said, ‘The journalists don’t look at my face but look at my breasts…’

It is very true. She expressed the truth very bluntly. The Kerala society has become very unhealthy in this matter. I don’t know when the people of this state will get sexual maturity.

Read the full interview: ‘There’s a lot of sex starvation in Kerala’

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5 Responses to “What Kerala journos do at Arundhati Roy presser”

  1. mysore peshva Says:

    nice top, arundhati. or is it a banian?

  2. Ramesh H Says:

    Who doesn’t look at breasts when you wear a banian? People look at the things what you project.

  3. Vishala Manassu Says:

    I have seen the same behaviour even from Ayyappa bhakthas (sex starved) when they stand in Dharmasthala queue ogling and pressing women.

  4. S K Kumar Says:

    Repulsive contents and image


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