Source: India Today
Kum dang a a tih thin ang bawkin India Today chuan a tum sawmna atan Sex Survey 2012 a buatsaih leh a. Tun tuah hian Metros pali (Delhi, Mumbai. Chennai leh Kolkata) mai bakah khawpui dang 12 thlang chhuakin chung zingah chuan Aizawl ah pawh survey hi neih ve a ni a. (India Today 10th Dec 2012 Issue lo chang mai rawh!)
Mak tak maiin Aizawl a cheng zawhna chhang za a sawmsarih leh pakua zet maiin chhanna pein hmeichhiat mipatna (sex life) ah an lungawi (satisfied) thu report a ni a. Aizawl atang hian vawi khat sex hmanna chu mahni bialnu/ bialpa nen a hmang dun report an tam ber bawk a. Hei mai bakah hian live in relationship (cheng dun) tamna ber leh kawppui pakhat aia tam mutpui report ah a sang ber bawk a ni.
In India Today’s 10th annual sex survey,Indians from parts other than the North-east tend to look upon the latter region as another country. In some aspects of inter-personal relationships, it, quite clearly, is. Thus, a remarkably high level of respondents (79 per cent) from Mizoram’s capital, Aizawl, report a satisfactory sex life. While raw numbers cannot tell us what people mean by ‘satisfaction’, it is worth contemplating that Aizawl-located in a region that has experienced a great deal of disruption to normal life-also reports much higher levels of happiness with regard to everyday social life and financial situation, compared to small towns in other parts of the country.
The troubles of the North-east do not seem to have changed traditions of relatively liberal interaction between genders. Hence, Aizawl has the highest percentage of individuals who nominate their boyfriends/girlfriends as the first sexual partner. It also reports the highest percentage of live-in relationships, as well as those with multiple sexual partners.
- Sawrkar sikul te an tlachhia em ni?
- Woman Calendar
- Mizoram kan dinhmun a hniam lo.
- Separate timezone for North East