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Muslim women should have sex with 72 men: Taslima Nasreen Last Updated : 22 Oct 2011 04:30:11 PM IST Bangaldeshi writer Taslima Nasreen sparkes off fresh controversy. Nasreen in short outfit
The controversial Bangladeshi writer, Taslima Nasreen, once again triggered the fresh controversy.
Taslima's fresh and wired remark over Muslim women has sparked off controversy and debate as well.
She further wrote: "Men start suffering from erectile dysfunction in their 30's. But their machismo remains alive until their last day."
Taslima came on the radars of extrimist in 1990s after the publication of her first book 'Lajja', forcing her to live a exile life since than. She took shelters in India and other countries.
Last year, she shared her half nude pics on social networking website Facebook to support France government's move to ban veil in the country.
It is sure that Taslima’s fresh remark will earn huge criticism for her but whether it is right to make such comments?loading...
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