I am 22 years old. I have sex with my girlfriend occasionally, but even when I am lying in bed, my testicles keep moving. Is this normal?
The testicles doing the salsa are unique. They rest when you fall asleep. I am sure more boys are likely to keep a watch to see if their testicles respond likewise. I am twenty-four years old. I have been in a live-in relationship with my girlfriend for a year. However, for the last few days, we are having a harrowing time because of bedbugs. Whenever we get intimate, the bugs also seem to snap into action. In fact, they have bitten me on my penis and we are afraid they might have entered my girlfriend’s vagina. We are taking care of the infestation. Can this cause any infections?
Did not know bugs also get sexually excited and enjoy oral sex. Until you get rid of them, use the floor. You may then avoid an infection.
I am a twenty-six-year-old. I have a query. Can women get pregnant if sperm, preserved in a plastic bottle, is poured into their vagina? Please do reply. It is important.
Important? What’s the reason? No pregnancy will occur with such a method.
Suppose two men ejaculate in a woman’s vagina at the same time and she becomes pregnant. Which of the two could turn out to be the father of the child?
I suggest you write to the editor and enquire if there is a vacancy in the puzzle department of the newspaper.
My penis is 14cm long and 4cm thick when erect. My friends say it is too long to enter a vagina. I am confused. What should I do?
Are your friends tailors? Inform them that the vagina has the capacity to expand and contract to accommodate a penis.
Hilarious replies from the desk of the Sexpert
Mumbai’s most popular sexpert Dr Mahinder Watsa passed away on December 28, 2020 at 96. Through his ‘Ask the Sexpert’ column published in Mumbai Mirror newspaper for the last 15 years, Dr Watsa educated the readers on topics that are still considered taboo in our country. Dr Watsa, son of a military doctor, had a sort of fan following. Be it erectile dysfunction, masturbation, or pregnancy, no query was off the limits for this sexpert. Along with educating the readers, he also entertained his audience with some of his witty and hilarious replies. In remembrance of the man who made sex talk possible in India, here are some of his best answers:
Best of Dr Watsa
In 1974, while working as a consultant for the Family Planning Association of India (FPAI), Dr Watsa proposed that a sexual counselling and education program should be introduced. Despite oppositions, FPAI accepted his advice and started India’s first sex education, counselling and therapy centre.
Dr Watsa began a career as a columnist in the 1960s when, in his late 30s, he was asked to start writing a medical advice column for a women’s magazine. He continued authoring health columns for several women’s magazines into the 1970s until he encountered resistance from an editor who insisted upon censoring queries about sexual health.
In his long career, Dr Watsa had managed to be the custodian of thousands of Indians’ deepest sexual secrets, desires and fantasies. His column served as an introduction to sex education to not only teenagers but also Indian adults who had never had anyone to have conversations about sex.
For 15 years without fail – seven days a week, 52 weeks of the year – Dr Watsa responded to the tortured queries of thousands of readers with patience – endless, endless amounts of it – and with clarity, humanity and wit. Many of these questions and answers from the column that has now acquired cult status can be found in Dr Watsa’s first-ever book, an essential read, published in 2015, called It’s Normal!
Dr Watsa even inspired Bollywood actor Boman Irani’s character of the sexologist Dr Vardhi in the film Made in China. In fact, the director of the film Mikhil Musale had actually paid several visits to the sexpert’s office to develop Boman’s character, and had later termed him as one of most honest and experienced human beings he has met.