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Sri Lanka to regain NO.1 world rank googling SEX

8 December 2016 Posted by No Comment

8th December 2016, Mount Lavinia, Sri Lanka

Sri Lankans were world champions from 2011 to 2014 googling sex. The latest google trends show that if we have a strong December, we can regain our title, provided our stronghold of Homagama, that currently tops the global charts, continues to produce sex googling champions.


Globally, we head a mainly South Asian pack, with Ethiopia being the one exception. The absence of comprehensive sex education in these regions could be a factor… mea culpa. The sex-ed discussion is off the table, chairs, mats… floor. We dont talk about sex in Sri Lanka. We just google.


When we lost our crown in 2015 we hypothesized that Sri Lankans had finally figured out how to access sites without googling sex or sex video. We figured that if we had googled sex so extensively for four years then direct access to pornography sites must now be our reality. Apparently not. Google is still our gateway, or at least, it is still a gateway for those who are being introduced to pornography every year. In a culture where parents and teachers associate the internet almost exlusively with pornography (asabya video), are we surprised?

The top 20 sex searches are as follows:

  1. Video sex
  1. sex videos
  1. sex free
  1. lanka sex
  1. xxx sex
  1. tamil sex
  1. hot sex
  1. sex girls
  1. tube sex
  1. lankan sex
  1. sex photos
  1. porn sex
  1. sri lankan sex
  1. 3gp sex
  1. new sex
  1. teen sex
  1. sex vedio
  1. sex fuck
  1. school sex
  1. beeg sex

“Beeg sex” is not a spelling mistake. It is search for beeg.com, a popular porn site. These results – for further analysis and key word searches – underpin once again that Sri Lankans have access to images, videos, and information regarding sex, regardless of, or perhaps due to, our projected Victorian approach to sex in the bedroom (“let’s not talk about, let’s just get it over with”), and our irrational fears of promiscuity and experiementation linked to comprehensive sex education. If with only 30% internet penetration (2016) we have become world beaters, perhaps now more than ever we need a sensible classroom approach to sex. This will, in the very least, counter the mysogyny and unrealistic expectations that come with sex learned through pornography.

Furthermore, as we continue to learn about the developments in cyber exploitation and violence (CEV), and the burgeoning business of homemade and girlfreind pornography which involve young men selling intimate photographs and videos online, and a facebook community that sexualizes school girls, prevention education is key. This does not mean we scare our kids into handing in their phones/devices or ban facebook in Sri Lanka. In fact, the consensual sharing of pictures and videos, and other forms of sexting, are probably the safest expressions of sex possible. It is the violation of this consent, that needs discussion in the classroom. Young people need to think through the potential consequences of their actions. Pictures and videos sent in trust are shared with friends, and increasingly posted online. Girlfriends become public masturbation material. We are currently No.8 worldwide looking for girlfriend sex.

Any decent CEV prevention education must teach respect for self, and the other, and focus on building self-esteem. It is as mundane and obvious as that. This remains our greatest challenge in a world where the girl always asks for it, and the boy learns from his elders that “huththata paka deiyo” – the penis is God to the vagina. She’s just a baduwa (object), or even less, a kalla – a collection of bits men love to lick. Tits and ass. Vag on legs.


Courtesy bakamoono.lk

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