New Delhi. After watching hundreds of hours of video footage of television programs like Emotional Attyachaar and MTV Splitsvilla, a group of sociologists have recommended that “love” should hereafter be termed as a “sex giving” in the modern parlance, especially in India. This is a marked departure from earlier practice where “sex” was referred to as “love making” by authors and thinkers.
“Well, that’s how it sounds right in the modern times,” Kapil Vats, one of the sociologists, who was now suffering from severe headache and depression, argued. “I watched all those tapes, and sex seemed to be the only yardstick for measuring trust or betrayal in a relationship what they termed as love,” he pointed out.
Kapil, along with a group of five sociologists and psychoanalysts, have concluded that the most of the current “lovers” were actually sex providers to each other.
“At best some were cash providers as well, but there didn’t seem to be any other need for each other’s presence in their lives,” Kapil added as he called for commentators to start using the term “sex giving”.
The recommendations have set off a heated debated in the academic as well as erotic circles of the country.
While some puritans have argued that the term love had much wider and deeper meaning and it shouldn’t be tied to just sex, others have welcomed it as a “correction” that needed to be made much earlier.
“Absolutely must step! Imagine the jump in search engine visits it would have if I replaced love with sex everywhere,” an SEO expert working with a leading newspaper’s website told Faking News.
The contestants of Emotional Attyachaar and MTV Splitsvilla refused to comment on the development until they were paid a basic fee to do the same and bonus for slapping and abusing each other.