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*edited* - Please search forum "Kaam" and you will find tons of discussions. 

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Did Mod edit O.P.'s statement. But reading your only 2 tags, I'll just ask was that your wife you were seeing naked? 

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MisterrSingh    2,805
1 hour ago, Jacfsing2 said:

Did Mod edit O.P.'s statement. But reading your only 2 tags, I'll just ask was that your wife you were seeing naked? 

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1 hour ago, MisterrSingh said:

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The topic seemed ruined from the word "*edited*-", if only the mods didn't block the original post, we would know exactly what he was talking about. Don't know if it's one of them new kinks going around.

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MisterrSingh    2,805
18 minutes ago, Jacfsing2 said:

The topic seemed ruined from the word "*edited*-", if only the mods didn't block the original post, we would know exactly what he was talking about. Don't know if it's one of them new kinks going around.

I think it's pretty safe to assume the OP wasn't asking for advice on kaam issues from a marital perspective.

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15 minutes ago, MisterrSingh said:

I think it's pretty safe to assume the OP wasn't asking for advice on kaam issues from a marital perspective.

Yeah, I could tell, but seriously I feel like nobody ever mentions the other 5 evils for like anything and Kaam gets all the attention. Though with the 2 tags O.P. picked, you can translate that to about anything related to sex. Though I should apologize for being a bit silly on such a serious issue. @O.P.  you can't beat Kaam only Guru Sahib can beat it, so my only advice to you would be allow him to beat it for you. And if this was looking at Porn, well your superior to those pieces of s*it;, with you being a Sikh, so get that out of your system:@. Some weaklings among us will say that, "see everyone as a brother or sister", but we've said these words too much for them to mean anything. :/Remember, you are a Sikh you are above these k-u-t-t-as that you think arouse you. O:)Forget the caste system and realize a new system, the Sikhs are the best system and you'll give-up this porn addiction made by K-u-t-t-as for other K-u-t-t-as.:waheguru: Not princes or princesses of Guru Sahib.O:)

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MisterrSingh    2,805

Kaam gets most of the attention because, and this ties into your other thread about wasting time, our increased presence online, and the various temptations on offer when surfing the net. I agree, Kaam as it relates to the internet, is a small part of the overall issue of Kaam and the other vices that rarely get a mention.

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Sikh awareness society shared this article which highlights problems caused by porn. How it rewires ur brain so normal relationships become harder for boys novelty the norm. Also how it effects society. So stop before it becomes too late. Before Kissing: How 15-Year-Old Girls Are Dealing With Porn-Addicted Boys - Nutritionally Wealthy

http://nutritionallywealthy.com/porn-addicted-boys/

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