Wave of sex
This is the first time I'm writing to WAVE because I just loved this issue so much. It has to be one of the best I've ever read especially because it's more than just things we know- the awareness, facts, real stories, information, everything that makes us say the same but never bring out in public for good. WAVE is finally the voice of the Nepali youth as it speaks what we talk but never reveal. All about sex! Love it and keep up the good work! Let it not just be an entertainment magazine as we have loads of them already. Lots of love to the team and congrats for such a great issue
The last issue of WAVE was awesome. I really loved it. I was totally engrossed in it once I got my hands on it. You have all done a good job. Hope to get more amazing articles. Kudos!!
I'm really pleased to see men being a bit more androgynous in their style. Women tend to be praised for being liberated if they mimic male style and have been for decades now. Men on the other hand are usually derided for dressing in a style usually associated with women and accused of being too vain or silly. I think this shows a very deep seated devaluation of femininity, as if the only qualities worth having are 'male' ones and the only way a woman can be equal to a man is if she abandons her femininity. And a man who shows 'feminine' qualities is less valued than a man who is 'all male', most women are as guilty of this attitude as men.
Adam Lambert does not wear lip gloss, he is famous for his black eyeliner and black nail polish. At least get the facts straight!
The Sex Issue is a huge leap for Wave. Everything mentioned under this is so freaking true. I could not help but nod my head in approval. It's time to change or say we are living in it at the moment. If we can act, we should also have the guts to admit our actions rather than hiding our heads in shame or backing off in fear of getting rejected. I'm overwhelmed to read this, a small approach to advanced living and a lesson in our morals. Awesome effort! Keep it up! Love you Wave and thanks to wavemag.com.np!
A-rated Toys is an awesome piece of writing. I really loved this part "Kathmandu likes to pretend that we do not have sex- that babies that add to the ever growing population just drop out of the sky." I would like to thank the writer for this article.
Very Well Written
A Tale of Two Brothers is one of the best writings that I ever read in WAVE. Kudos to Pranay Rai! Expecting more such marvelous writings from other writers as well!
Sorry WAVE you fail miserably at making the 20 somethings start reading WAVE again. In an attempt to be different and out of the box you have destroyed your image further. Change is inevitable but those with the power to change should be smart enough to make it for the better. From the covers to the photo spreads, everything now looks like the pages of a cheap semi-porno mag! Sorry but wake up and smell the coffee!
Once a wave reader
Yes, Nepal is ruined by corrupted politics and mind games. Inked ladies or long haired gentlemen are a "menace" (as viewed by society). I agree with you completely that we are often stripped of our freedom of rights. But like you, I'm glad that the younger generations are doing what they like. Great article!
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