I should've quit while I was ahead, because that's when I got to the cringe-y bits. *Spoilers ahead* The bibiyaan (elder women) finally get to the good stuff, and I don't know if it's because I'm on the acesexual spectrum and am occasionally sex repulsed or if its because I'm queer, but the erotic stories bit was awful. It was reminiscent of Twilight?!? YEAH - I know. Every story (up until chapter 6, which was about one third through the book) was centred around his 'member'. Now, I understand that we're talking about a group of characters that are mostly illiterate punjabi elders, but I know that queer punjabi elders exist - I mean I didn't fall out of thin air. And to allude to the previous book I reviewed, "We have always been here". But no, seriously, homophobia and was a British export that came with the british raj to what is now known as Pakistan and India, the countries that own fractures of the state of Punjab. I'd recommend this Conversation piece that has an accessible, historical account of Vedic era and onwards instance of gay shit thriving in South Asia.