Read: Sexboy by Taslima Nasrin, from The Pleasure Principle, a collection of erotic fiction

The Pleasure Principle: The Amaryllis Book of Erotic Stories, edited by G Sampath brings together writers like Taslima Nasrin, Meena Kandasamy, Mitali Sharan, Tabish Khair, Vikram Kapoor

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Read: Sexboy by Taslima Nasrin, from The Pleasure Principle, a collection of erotic fiction

The brain is the most erotic part of the body. Orgasms begin in the mind...

Thus begins the jacket note for The Pleasure Principle: The Amaryllis Book of Erotic Stories, edited by G Sampath.

Bringing together works by writers like Meena Kandasamy, Mitali Sharan, Tabish Khair, Vikram Kapoor, among others, the stories cover a series of erotic interludes — what happens when online lust goes offline, the perverse desire of a middle-aged school teacher, the amorous misadventures of a small-town youth.

Sexboy, by Taslima Nasrin, is the first story in the book:

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