This Series on The Married Kama Sutra by The New Yorker is Riotously Funny

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Writer/CartoonistSimon Rich's series for The New Yorker called 'The Married Kamasutra' is deliciously funny, and a clever dig at the sex lives (or lack thereof) of a married couple.

Yes, of course, if you look at these illustrations one way, they're almost tragic and full of pathos. But the other way, they're just WILDLY funny.

Enjoy...

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