Wednesday, September 8, 2010

Sexuality...Morality

I was out for my evening jog when I spotted Munna along with his hot girlfriend. What were they doing here? There were supposed to be in the evening shift! I was in a hurry to get to the juice shop and so hurried away without saying a ‘hi’.

Only the next day did I get the ‘hot’ news. Munna and his girlfriend have been suspended for doing ‘naughty’ things in the office late at night. There were smart enough to switch off the lights in their area so that the CCTV couldn’t make it out clearly. Anyway the security guy claims he saw a vigorous movement of hands and legs. To make matters worse the couple behaved as if sex is their fundamental right. Sadly it’s not so in India and certainly not so in the office.
‘Office sex’ was a fantasy seen only in porn. Now it’s becoming increasingly common. What could be the reason?

You spent almost 12-14 hours in the office and 2-3 hours for travel. To make matters worse some white guy in the other part of the world makes your life miserable to make his-more comfortable. People need some outlet to relieve their stress. Some opts to de-stress through shopping, drink, smoke and a few of them through the pelvis.

Committing adultery is not moral. But climbing into higher grounds of morality when it comes to sexual matters is certainly immoral. Our work culture is highly corrupted and needs a repair. In the rat race we tend to forget to enjoy simple pleasures of life. In the end we turn to quick-fix and crooked ways.

12 comments:

Susan Deborah said...

First, how come you say "Committing adultery is not moral" in this context. I believe that Munna and his girl are not committing adultery. Can you blame the work culture alone for matters under the belt? Certainly not! When there are so many places to unleash one's sexual energy, why choose the office? One should learn to prioritise things whether doing exercise or having sex. If Munna knew how to be smart instead of romping in the office, he wouldn't have been suspended. Sex is a vital need and some others go to any heights to fulfill their desires.
But one thing which I have to agree is that in India everything is skewed. A couple whether married or not, cannot hold hands comfortably in public. We talk of many things but forget that Kamasutra originated from here. As a race, we are great pretenders!!!

Joy always,
Susan

madamebutterfly said...

Morality aside isn't it a little uncomfortable in the office?

rohini said...

Discipline is one word which i would like to mention here.//
work culture or office may hinder the normal baisc need of human..but we people only have made it..for every thing the time and place is laid ...i cant eat lunch during my office hrs..i cant sleep..these too are my basic necesities...similary mking love also is bound by these rules ...
and at the end..we are great pretenders too in a waqy as Susan said...
nice post :)

BK Chowla, said...

So long as they were both in agreement with the act, I dont think they need to be criticised.Yes,office is not the place for this and that could be the only objection

Purba said...

Do what you have to do, but outside the office.

And agree with Susan, in India we make a big deal about sex.

Jon said...

@susan- Hypocrites would be the right word. Going to any heights to unleash sexual energy...is close to animals!

Jon said...

@butterfly...some people aruned on by 'Office':D

@rohini...truly said

Jon said...

@BK sir and Purba... mutual agreement makes it right??? I doubt so!

buttercup said...

Dude, they r jus havin sex... dats nt adultery...ryt.. ( wel, i dunno if eithr s married so...)

wat dey do s obvsly der own business..but..to do it sooo publicly s sort of ...well..cheap...no udr wrd 4 it...wat s pvt shud stay pvt.. ryt..

Tys on Ice said...

yep,theres a place for everything..if u can get away with it why not sex in the office? people do it everywhere...breaking the norms has always been a high in sex..people are doing in plane toilets, in trains, in their parents beds, in the garage, in the car, in the kitchen, in the friends house, in school, in college, in hotels, in motels...so why not the office?

where does morals figure?its just a matter of getting away with it...

Destiny's child... said...

I believe there's a time and place for everything. That's what sets us apart from animals, right?

Rachna said...

"Sadly it’s not so in India and certainly not so in the office."

It is not so in any office around the world. It is disgusting to indulge in such activities at workplace. Deterioration of morals and a rebellious attitude could be behind this.