Recently, Pakistan People’s Party filed a complaint with the Federal Investigation Agency’s (FIA) cybercrime wing against Cynthia D Ritchie, a blogger from the US who has based herself in Pakistan, for “hateful comments and slander” against former prime minister Benazir Bhutto. To buttress her point about the Bhuttos, Ritchie posted the front page of the book Indecent Correspondence: Secret sex life of Benazir Bhutto, written by Roshan Mirza, a Pakistani author.
Indecent Correspondence unfolds the secret lives of some very high-profile people from Pakistan. According to the author, sex parties were organised and very powerful and influential people took part in such events. The author claims “it’s much more than some usual sex affairs!”
This book has included the e-mail correspondence made between various participants of this secret lifestyle. This correspondence explicitly describes how some people from the top echelon of a political dynasty were/are engaged in such strange and shocking activities that no one could have ever imagined!
Kiran Yusufzai, one of the participants, in such parties, writes:
“I am highly indebted to Sherry Rehman. She showed me and opened up a whole world of sexuality for me. Sexual dimensions which I never thought existed – enriched my life with her help. We started making around when I was at Herald. Initially it was a lesbian romp. But then I attended a few private parties with her and then I was introduced to a swinging lifestyle. She is very dominant but caring during sex.
You will experience with her true heights of wild love and passion. I greatly admire Benazir Bhutto. She had a libertine sex life. She was a bisexual and participated in swingers’ sex parties. Aunty Sherry introduced me to Benazir, when she arranged a sex party in UK. Benazir was really without example, unique with no parallel. My life’s greatest moments were making love with Benazir. I am honored and privileged to have done it. My only regret is that I only got the opportunity four times. Each and every occasion is burnt in my mind and soul. It would live forever with me as a cherished possession of my life.“