Singapore family tradition of watching and giving advice to the son who having sex for the first time
During your first intercourse, were there people around you? Well, this man had his WHOLE family member by his side when he make love for the first time with his newlywed wife! Yep, you heard me right, all the family members were there!
A family living in Woodlands New Town, Singapore has this “special” traditions passed down through generation, where they would witness their male family members’ first sex! The uncle of this man posted a picture of the process online and it went viral! The picture depicts an unexpected scene: a male and female lie on the bed, in the middle of intercourse!
“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,”
“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 his family also witness his first intercourse with his wife. He said he’s glad that his family were there to give him guidance. Same happens to this newlywed couple, the mother and sister were sitting at the edge of the bed, seems to be giving some advice and encouragement.
“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.”
“I snapped the photo right at the moment before he came, and it was truly a beautiful scene.”
This photo grabs a lot of attention from the public. They commented under the post, saying that this is disgusting, weird, abnormal. However, there are also a few optimistic people, who says its interesting.
“It’s quite disgusting that such a private act must be witnessed by the man’s who family,”
“Sex is something that should be behind closed doors, without your parents and siblings observing.”
“I think it’s actually quite charming that the family supports their children so much during a pivotal moment in their development. It can’t hurt to have some extra advice when things are hard.”