Justice Kailash Gambheer of Delhi high court has made remarkable comments on Hindu marriage
and inclusion of sex in it while giving a judgment on a divorce case. The case admitted in to the
court perusal for want of divorce as the wife is rejecting sex repeatedly and the couple underwent
only 10-15 times in the span of 5 months. He commented as - how many times after the marriage
they underwent sex is not the criteria but repeatedly rejecting sex without any proper reason is
attributed to “Cruelty”. The success of the marriage is not gauge with the sex but the sex is the
basement of marriage. Either the attachment or sex is the personal consideration and interest of
couple, which strengthens their matrimonial binding. Marriage is sacred life event by which a Male
and Female are living together to develop the offspring but not mere sexual act. To say the ultimate
aim of marriage is sex is insulting the sanctity of marriage.
Female Sexual Dysfunction
A Female sexual problem (common in 43% of women), or Female sexual dysfunction (FSD),
refers to a problem during any phase of the sexual response cycle that prevents the Female to
experience satisfaction in sexual activity. Female sexual dysfunction is a topic that many women
are hesitant to discuss. Fortunately, most cases of female sexual dysfunction are treatable, so it is
important to share your concerns with appropriative person. The common classification of sexual
response cycle has four phases: excitement, plateau, orgasm, and resolution. Mostly the abuses in
the relationship or money / control are harmful to sexual harmony. A small briefing about Female
sexual dysfunction (FSD) is narrated here.
· Common physical conditions include - diabetes, heart problem, hormonal imbalances,
· Common psychological conditions include - stress, anxiety, depression, marital or
relationship problems, past sexual trauma, etc.
These small causes may cause a big turbulence in the matrimony. They may cause -
· Inability to become aroused,
· Lack of orgasm or Absence of an orgasm in sexual relations (anorgasmia),
· Painful intercourse (vaginismus - Muscular contraction that causes the vagina to close;
usually an anxiety reaction before coitus or pelvic examination), and
· Inhibited sexual desire.
The success of the treatment for female sexual dysfunction depends on the underlying cause
of the problem. Even though it is personal, it is a treatable or reversible physical condition.
Proper counseling, education, and improved communication between partners make the life