Men are turned on by strange things. 'Hot college girls' is one thing but 'hot aunties' ???
HubPages is certainly a diverse community!
It's an Indian thing. Any older woman is called "aunty", as a sign of respect. Sort of the Indian version of MILF (another term I have recently learned and had to Google to grasp ...)
It is an indian version of Milf...But,the difference is that,indians have a special feeling for women who are in fully covered dress. I also some times feel.....why men have this kind of attraction.....May be due to the difference of thinking in different Geographic locations.
Then why are there so many people who post "hubs" which only contain photo capsules full of Indian girls scantily clad or in suggestive poses? Don't get me wrong, I like porn, I like suggestive material, but for goodness sake's, write an article.
Hello GG(Gamer Girl:
While I totally agree with you I'd like you to take a look at some of my hubs that would interest you.
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This thread provides a very interesting glimpse into Indian culture, I would have never known that Aunty is used in this manner...
He has over 10K views. I'm a bit confused, is this a problem or a feature suggestion?
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