(Suggested by SI blog reader StrYngLad74)
My, my, how time flies.
Is it already a month since our last episode of Incredible India, those only-in-India reports.
Bet all you schmucks are exhibiting serious withdrawal symptoms over the lengthy hiatus.
Here we go, folks.
Homosexuality is as old as the hills and even the soporific Indian courts have lately, albeit belatedly, legalized it.
But Dilli door hai, na.
And no one bothered to tell the troglodytes at Aligarh Muslim University, located at Aligarh (not far from Delhi).
Recently, the Aligarh Muslim University suspended a senior faculty member after paid hands at a TV channel barged into his house and filmed him having consensual sex with a rickshaw puller.
No, we don’t know who was buggering whom. Please don’t ask. 😉
Here’s an excerpt from the TOI story
An Aligarh Muslim University professor, on the verge of retirement, was suspended after some students set up cameras to catch him having consensual sex with a rickshaw-puller in his campus home, and sent the video film to university authorities. Dr Shrinivas Ramchandra Siras, reader and chairman of Modern Indian Languages at AMU, now says he won’t challenge his suspension and would voluntarily leave….
“Siras was captured on camera having sex with a rickshaw-puller. It’s a scandal that no institution of repute can overlook. Therefore he was placed under suspension on February 9 by the order of the VC, Prof P K Abdul Azis,” said AMU public relations officer Rahat Abrar.
The India Today account of the incident is even more disturbing and a must-read, gays oops guys.
All we can say is that the top administration at Aligarh Muslim University is comprised of a bunch of sick f*cks who ought to be severely punished for harassing this gay teacher. 🙁
As we’ve said in the past, our views on homosexuality are simple: Screw and Let Screw (SI’s modification of the old Live and Let Live).
Why should it be anyone’s problem whether a man/woman is staging a frontal assault or mounting a rearguard ambush on his/her boyfriend/girlfriend.
Hey, what was that noise?
Now, don’t be alarmed. That was just the plaintive sound of the rickshaw puller and Shrinivas Ramchandra Siras singing the dirge Mera Bharat Mahaan.