Wednesday, November 18, 2015

Section 377 of IPC on Carnal sex


   Section 377 of the Indian Penal Code, enacted by British 153 years ago in 1860, terms consensual anal sex an "unnatural offence" and provides punishment equivalent to that for the offence of rape under Section 376.

What is carnal intercourse against the order of nature? Well, s.377A defines it..."Any person who has sexual connection with another person by the introduction of the penis into the anus or mouth of the other person is said to commit carnal intercourse against the order of nature.". In short, when it comes to sexual or carnal intercourse - the only thing that is permissible in law is the introduction of the male penis into the vagina....

And according to the law, the act of kissing the penis...or the sucking of the penis...or licking the penis is AGAINST THE LAW.  The explanation to sec.377A makes it most clear when it states that "Penetration is sufficient to constitute the sexual connection necessary to the offence described in this section" and would include the slightest penetration...