Women forced underground to embrace their sexuality
The Jakarta Post
PREMIUM If Samantha Jones from the hit TV series Sex in the City really existed, she might find Jakarta a dull place to live.The capital of the world’s largest Muslim majority country is not the kind of place that is open to women exploring their sexuality, with society still regarding sex as a sensitive issue and a man’s privilege.While people think it is perfectly normal for men to watch pornographi...
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