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Kama Sutra

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The Kama Sutra was written in India by Vatsyayana, and translates as "aphorisms on love". It was written in Sanskrit, and is perhaps one of the most, if not the best known work of sexual positions. It describes, however, much more than just sexual positioning; it also describes various ways of acting, woo-ing, and thought, and is a very capable text of teaching one a proper attitude towards love and the art of love-making.

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