The Indian woman has long been portrayed as empowered and sexually liberated in a variety of literature - from the Kama Sutra to George McDonald Frasier's 'Flashman' series - despite India's current reputation as a not-so-female-friendly place.
And now a survey by internet security giant McAfee has confirmed that Indian women are kinkier, than men.
According to the study - titled 'Love, Relationships and Technology 2014 - 30% of women have filmed themselves having sex as compared to a "mere" 27% of men.
Nearly two thirds of women questioned also revealed that they enjoyed capturing intimate moments on video as well as sending personal text messages, emails and photos compared with just over half of Indian men.
The survey, which questioned 1008 people aged between 18 and 54 and from across the country, examined how Indian consumers are sharing and storing intimate data on their mobile devices, especially with current or former significant others.
Whilst the survey suggests that women are more liberated, they are far more insecure than men.
Nearly 70% of women said they have checked their partners' mobiles for messages and photos whilst nearly half admitted to cyber stalking or following their partners' ex-girlfriends/wives on social media networks.
The survey also highlights the risks inherent in sharing personal information through devices and social networks.
Alarmingly, nearly a third of all respondents revealed that their former partners had at one point or the other threatened to release risque images and video while 6% said that they wouldn't trust their current partners with protecting what goes down in the bedroom.BLOG COMMENTS POWERED BY DISQUS