Making love is supposed a very intimate thing between two lovers. However, a Singaporean family thought otherwise as family members insisted to watch the newly wed groom have intercourse with his wife.
The rather peculiar request, or should we say demand, has gone viral after a member of the family posted the image online. The image shows the couple, naked in bed and in the middle of intercourse, while family members crowded around the bed watching on his ‘performance’. The picture also clearly shows the man’s mom and sister sitting on the edge of the bed to supposedly guide him through the process.
The intimate moment was captured by the man’s uncle, who revealed it was a family tradition that has been passed down through generations.
“While most people may consider it odd, for our family there is nothing more proud than celebrating a son, brother or nephew having sex for the first time,” wrote the uncle, in a post accompanying the explicit photo.
“We see it as the last step on the long journey to adulthood, and it’s also a special chance to witness the moment that a new life is formed.” The uncle explained that he’d also had his family present to witness his first intercourse. “I felt less nervous having my family there to accompany me, and also give me guidance on how to proceed.
At first I had trouble entering my girlfriend, but my mother suggested I take things more slowly and relax, and I was able to eventually slip it in.” The uncle even added saying, “I snapped the photo right at the moment before he came, and it was truly a beautiful scene.”
Singaporean netizens who came across the post commented how unnatural and obscene it was. “It’s quite disgusting that such a private act must be witnessed by the man’s who family,” wrote one commenter. Another wrote, “Doesn’t matter if it’s family ‘tradition’ or not. That’s just plain weird. Sex is something that should be behind closed doors, without your parents and siblings observing.” I don’t know about you but I’m leaving the internet for awhile now.
East Asia Tribune
UPDATE: Image featured was discovered to be fake. It was apparently a
Hong Kong actor along with an actress. The image and
story was first created on a Filipino Facebook page, Creative Manila that was
debunked fake by a blog here.