Passionate modernity : sexuality, class, and consumption in India
Srivastava, Sanjay, 1960-
Passionate modernity : sexuality, class, and consumption in India / Sanjay Srivastava.
New Delhi : Routledge, 2007.
viii, 397 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. -384) and index.
- Introduction: sexual Swarajya, debased Muslims and uncontrollable tribals: subcontinental sex-questions
- Instuction for Utopia: 'sane sex living', eugenics and the making of a transnational modernity in early twentieth-century India
- The idea of Lata Mangeshkar: Hindu sexuality, the girl-child, and heterosexual desire in the time of five year plans
- The masculinity of dis-location: commodities, the metropolis and the sex-clinics of Delhi and Mumbai
- Pedestrian desires: footpath pornography and the aesthetics of fluid spaces
- Threshold and surplus subjectivities: Sexology Darpan makes meaning in Hari Nagar
- Among the veg. tacos and baby pizzas, Shekhar and Monica make silent, unsatisfactory love: domesticating sexuality
- 'A rainbow of wishes': Tupperware, female sexuality, home, and the world
- Conclusion: complicating 'sexuality.'
- Kinsey subjects
Sex behavior history--India.
Sex and society--India.