Monday, October 31, 2011

Don't fuck the Dead....



It might be Halloween, but this shit is creepy to a whole other level. I honestly never thought I'd come across a story about a necrophiliac in Karachi...

Apparently a 28 year old caretaker at a Paposh Nagar graveyard has been charged with Necrophilia...and with possession of Hashish too....theres a joke in there somewhere, but I'll spare you..it'd be in bad taste anyhow :P

I mean, desi guys don't fuck dead people....sure they may eat dead people, as we all heard about that jaw-dropping cannibal story recently. They may fuck donkeys, siblings, children.... but dead people? I wouldn't 'a thought in a million years. I always assumed necrophilia was a western phenomenon, where people fucked themselves to boredom, or had taken experimentation to a sick new level. As great as sex is, it can definitely be a doorway to some seriously dark stuff - if you're twistedly inclined that is. And by dark stuff, i don't mean whips and chains... i mean crap like this - violating dead bodies...

*shudder*

How does one get into that anyhow? I mean...something has to have broken inside you, somewhere along the way...

In university, I wore a lot of black, like A LOT. and I hung out with a bunch of people that wore black too. When we walked around it was like a giant black cloud of lace and boots, and fishnet, spikes....black eye shadow...and neon hair. Of course, we often frightened the mainstreamers....and it was fun. Sometimes we'd sit at the campus pub being stared at by a group of jocks, and we'd toast to something ridiculous like 'necrophilia' - and then we'd just sit back... watch them whisper, and freak the fuck out. Seriously...people actually believed we were into necrophilia. We only toasted to it because that's how ludicrous and far removed from our lives it was. But I'm assuming all the dark clothing, make up, piercings, skull paraphernalia made 'em assume that we were some really messed up individuals.

The reason I bring this story up is to illustrate the point that you can't really judge someone by the way they look. Obviously necrophilia is as disturbing to me as it is to the average person, doesn't matter how many skulls I used to wear in college. And in the same way, if you put any Pakistani male in front of me... I'd never ever....ever....imagine that he liked to screw corpses. It's mind-boggling really.

I wouldn't even have heard of this story if i wasn't at my parents house this past weekend....my dad always rebelliously turns the Geo on, no matter how many people in the room are begging him not to. But this time it was actually interesting(and I'm not saying that news about Pakistan is usually of no interest to me, but its sadly always the same. Between that and the difficult Urdu they use in the news, I quickly lose interest)... my mom gasped and said "What is our country coming to...there is a man raping dead women in Karachi!!"

I nodded blankly, as I normally do, and then did a double take "WHaa-AAt!? Sex with dead bodies in our holy motherland?"

My dad quickly changed the channel and pretended it didn't happen, in true Pakistani form....denial..denial...denial....la la la la....

This is no joking matter, of course.... but pretending it never happened won't go away. I wonder how many cases like this have remained unreported in our country, just because its too disturbing an issue to dive into.

Open up and speak people, share your thoughts...talk to your friends and family. See what they have to say about this story. Pakistani sexuality obviously has layers and aspects that have previously been unheard of. We at least need to be aware of such things. Don't be my dad, and don't just change the channel. (He's an awesome guy...just can't deal with disturbing things...its the way he was raised...so don't be raisin' ur baby pakis like that :) )

16 comments:

  1. The necrophiliac looked at the dead body and said "Nice mangoes!" - then he could help himself no more.

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  2. Maybe necrophilia is more prevalent than pedophilia, I mean if you can't consider the conscience of raping living human beings then what could you possible care about dead people? Plus, objectively, if say you are a coroner who stays up at night watching over corpses, who will watch over you not doing anything to the corpses?

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  3. I think, on some level, every type of sexual activity, sick or otherwise, does take place in the motherland... The reluctance of our society, including our media, to discuss such stuff, was what made us believe that all Pakis were 'pure'.
    As far as the issue of what makes someone turn to necrophilia goes, you suppress someone's sexual urges for long enough, and people will find 'outlets', whether it be minors, corpses, pets, or inanimate objects. I am almost certain that changing the way people think and talk about sex, will automatically decrease the number of already under-reported sex crimes in Pakiland.

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  4. @ Sofay ka Aloo - couldnt have said it better myself!

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  5. First of all I love your blog. Secondly, I was about to write crap load of stuff but then I read Sofay ka Aloo's comment and thats exactly how I feel.

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  6. Since I do not have the heart to go over this story in detail...my first guess was that it might be a sick person doing some sort of "chilla" to acquire some.sort of powers.... Sad again. I mean what joy u can get by such a gross act.... I mean seriously.... Then i thought i shdnt be surprised because probably it happens in so many other socities too... as human nature is the same every where. This thing is not even sex it is actually a crime / some serious mental disease. What is the point of this post by relating it to sexuality in "Pakistan"? I dont think its prevalent at a large scale that you decided to include it in your blog.... Khbr masaley daar he wese, thank to Geo.

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  7. aww thanks mothsmokelover, much appreciated! @madcowdisease, umm....well this incident did occur in pakistan did it not? and as disturbing as it is, its about someones sexual preferences in pakistan. I dont recall saying anywhere, that necrophilia is a problem we face on a large scale in our country. The purpose of this blog is simply to create discussion...this topic was relevant because of obvious reasons.

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  8. ok I got it. Wese i loved the use of "sexual preferences" .kind of like ones eating habits. :p
    ... I like your blog because this is one place where people can talk freely without pretending to be "naik, shareef". What is the criteria of interviews you take?

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  9. Take a sex addicted yet sexually deprived single 28 year old male. Add some boobs, a willing and able body (dead or alive) and boom. What repression?

    Reminded me of this in a weird way:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HNMq8XS4LhE&feature=player_embedded

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  10. @ Madcowdisease; well the only criteria really is that you're honest, desi and interesting :) yes and no answers don't make for good reading. But send me an email if you're interested!

    @anon - what a strange video, lol!

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  11. and anon, you're right... this is why cultures that create such sexually deprived beings need to re-evaluate themselves... and see if they're even accomplishing their own goals of modesty...because often such restrictions result in the opposite of modesty...deviancy even.

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  12. Eiynah...I really dont have any juicy details of any sexual experiences. I am rather confused about sex and disgusted by the one that happens after marriage. I would like to discuss things with you some time !

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  13. @madcowdisease, sure....send me an email @ nicemangosDOTblogATgmailDOTcom and we'll talk :)

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  14. May I ask, can you give me a convincing moral argument about why necrophilia is "wrong and sick"?

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  15. @Anon 4:21, well i never thought i'd have to explain this... but for starters its not consensual sex. Without consent, there should be no sexual activity whatsoever. There are plenty of other things to be said about why its wrong, but after the first one i dont think i need to specify any more.

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