At times I wonder what constitutes a healthy sex life. I do not want to restrict the definition to how a doc puts it. The discussion thread should elicit diverse views on the subject. Do men enjoy it more if they work hard to satisfy the partner? Or they want to follow their own pace and frequency without worrying about dexterity or astuteness in love-making. Do men look for a compliment every time to boost sagging morale/esteem that goes down after coitus session? Do they want to get back in form and fire again to prove a stud? Or do they remain slow and steady lovers who match the pace of thepartner instead?
Devraj Singh Kalsi works as a senior copy consultant in Kolkata. His articles and short stories have found space in various mainstream newspapers and magazines such as Outlook, Deccan Herald, Femina, Assam Tribune, The Pioneer, The Sunday Statesman. He has written over 100 pieces on Bollywood in the Marquee section, The Statesman. He has written fiction, essays, and articles for Bonobology.com, Readomania.com, Open Road Review, Kitaab.org, Earthen Lamp Journal. His first novel, Pal Motors, was published in 2017. He writes a popular monthly column, Musings of a Copywriter, in Borderless.com journal. Presently, he is working on his next book, a non-fiction title based on his mother.