Porn is HOT and Indian Porn HOTTER still!

All the National weeklies have tried this formula, one time or the other to look popular, contemporary and mostly to increase circulation figures. Yes, sleaze masked as porn or adult content has found a way into mainstream magazines in the past, but lately the frequency with which the strategy has been adopted has amused me.

When I received my 'The Week' dated January 21 which had a sensuous pic headlined 'ADULTS ONLY', the week Investigation, you know, where my attention was. The article stated that the Indian sex industry is worth Rs. 4,000 crore and growing at an frantic rate and went on to explain in some detail the sources, distribution and the channels of the porn trade. Nothing new is mentioned. The images/pictures though not explicit keeping in mind the Indian mindset, were titillating enough. It is easy to decide for whom this is intended. If you are reading this piece on the basis of the headline [Porn is HOT and Indian Porn HOTTER still!], you know, how strong the term 'porn' is. It is not out of place to mention here that porn or to be specific Indian porn' is a big hit in the blogsphere. I was surprised to find 'debonairblog.com' as one of the top 10 sites visited by Indians. Though the content and quality can be tardy, it has still gathered an audience of noticeable size. Even this has spawned copy-cat avatars such as 'above16.wordpress.com'. With India shinning, can Indian porn be behind?


To sum up, masquerading something to get attention is OK! but if this is used often, the results may not that impressive. You see everybody is using the same method to get different results. Is this possible? I don't think. But once in a while, it can be really HOT and if its Inde it can be HOTTER still....

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