|Should I be touching my own breasts?|
He practiced for many years as a gynaecologist and trained as a sex therapist in the United States. He first became an advice columnist for an Indian women’s magazine and then in 2005 began writing for Bombay's Mumbai Mirror.
|He doesn't need to know, and he'll still be happy|
The things people ask about range from questions around the practicalities of sex to issues around sexuality as well as relationships and physical looks.
|Wait, Indians masturbate to my pornos?|
"The column I think is popular because there are very few people who really attend to this area of their physiology or of their bodies," he adds.
He often finds himself dealing with myths and old wives tales about sex as well as questions relating specifically to the Indian way of life around things like arranged marriages [and the need for virginity or the appearance of it].
Dr. Watsa says people are becoming more open about sex, but the dissemination of information in India can be a barrier.
sex education was banned in the schools, almost in all states in the country," says Dr. Watsa.
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|Don't think about sex, don't think about sex|
"They talk about their breasts being small or big, or one recently thought her buttocks were very large," he says.
Many women get worried that their husband looking at porn means they’re not interested in sex with them.
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