The Kama Sutra (Part II Chapter I Kinds of Sexual Union, page 1 of 8)


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Man is divided into three classes, viz., the hare man, the bull man, and the horse man, according to the size of his lingam.

Woman also, according to the depth of her yoni, is either a female deer, a mare, or a female elephant.

There are thus three equal unions between persons of corresponding dimensions, and there are six unequal unions, when the dimensions do not correspond, or nine in all, as the following table shows:

+--------------------+--------------------+

| EQUAL. | UNEQUAL. |

+--------------------+--------------------+

| MEN. | WOMEN. | MEN. | WOMEN. |

+--------+-----------+--------|-----------+

| Hare. | Deer. | Hare. | Mare. |

| Bull. | Mare. | Hare. | Elephant. |

| Horse. | Elephant. | Bull. | Deer. |

| | | Bull. | Elephant. |

| | | Horse. | Deer. |

| | | Horse. | Mare. |

+--------+-----------+--------+-----------+

In these unequal unions, when the male exceeds the female in point of size, his union with a woman who is immediately next to him in size is called high union, and is of two kinds; while his union with the woman most remote from him in size is called the highest union, and is of one kind only. On the other hand when the female exceeds the male in point of size, her union with a man immediately next to her in size is called low union, and is of two kinds; while her union with a man most remote from her in size is called the lowest union, and is of one kind only.

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