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What The World Can Learn From Nepal Porn Ban

This little country has figured out the secret to ending sexual assault. Already, the rape cases have...

The Government of Nepal never fails to impress us with their exemplary governance. In yet another commendable move, the Government has banned Porn sites in the country to counter growing number of rape and sexual assault cases.

Even the former Prime Minister endorses this idea, taking to twitter to express his excitement:

“The ban on porn sites is a good and necessary step to put an end to the deep-rooted social anomalies and sexual assaults in the Nepali society.”

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Of course, in a country that is sexually frustrated, this new development is bound to work wonders. The inaccessibility to sexual content will help wipe out all knowledge of such heinous acts, and people can resume with their normal, natural lives once again in no time.

Sexuality will soon become just a vague memory of Western influence to Nepali people. This way, by regulating the root of the problem- that is, sexual desires- the Government will ensure that thoughts about rape will never cross any of their citizen’s minds.

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The public has mixed feelings about this, but of course being exposed to pornographic content for a long time messes with one’s rationality!

Those who think that the ban is just a lazy attempt by the Government at holding something other than their ineffective law implementation accountable need a reality check.

Firstly, porn does encourage sexual violence by making it known that you can have sex. Haven’t you noticed how there are no rape cases reported in villages that don’t have access to porn? Secondly, the Government would have to acknowledge and spend unnecessary time combating the patriarchy had they not banned porn.

The act of sweeping something under the rug

In light of the ban, The Ministry of Information and Communications and The Nepal Telecommunications Authority are doing a wonderful job encouraging all fifteen active Internet Service Providers of Nepal to work together and ban ALL pornographic sites, even if they have mentioned that they do not have the resources to do so.

So now that porn is banned along with sex ed classes being adequately censored or ignored altogether, the sexual curiosity of people will finally simmer down.

Finally, since majority of the Nepalese population is Hindu, efforts should also be made to ignore Hindu artwork like these:

  1.  Khajuraho, India

 

2) Bhaktapur, Nepal

3) The entire concept behind the Shiva Linga:

The top half (lingam) represents the male sex organ, and the lower half (yoni) represents the female sex organ.

 

That being said, we have very high hopes from this move by the Government of Nepal and we recommend that the world watch and learn as the sexual assault count goes down in Nepal in no time…

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  1. this has got to be the dumbest report ive ever seen . you really think by not talking or seeing sex that ppl wont know what sex is ? thats retarded thinking at best .the reason no rape case’s in small villages is that they all know one another on a personal basis as they live in close proximity to one another and they probably take care of those case’s on there own and dont go running to a reporter to or law enforcement(usually there are none)
    so where would your facts come from if no one is reporting it?basic human curiosity will ensure that we procreate . otherwise how did we all get before there was porn? if anyone thinks that stopping porn will stop rape is an idiot .rape has been going on LONG before the advent of internet .

    1. Oh my dear god…
      Maybe the writer ought to have used inverted commas because sarcasm here isn’t already “obvious”.

  2. Surprised that the writer’s name is a female name. Though I doubt its authenticity, in case the writer is actually female, I feel kind of sorry for her. Given that the girls and women have been the worst victims of sexual violence, any sane person will expect a women to be at least neutral in this move of the government. Whether the ban is useful or not may have to be studied objectively at a later stage, but the intention is appreciable. I hope she grows some more compassion for the suffering of others. Being sarcastic is easy,but being patient and forbearing so that we adjust little inconveniences for larger good is difficult. I confess here that I hit upon this article and comments when I opened my browser for…….. But then, I feel its all for good. Isn’t that a teaching of Hinduism, dear Sukrita?

    1. Grateful for your surprise because you now know what females think about something as secondary as porn being used as the next big excuse to hold anything but the perpetrators accountable for their crimes. Do you think, Sir, that the government actually surveyed the impact porn has had on the population’s behavior before they wrote it off as one of the biggest threats to basic human decency?
      Any advice you have given has not been taken seriously, and I suggest you stop “expecting” women- or anybody- to think a certain way.

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