And all she said appears to be
The actor told the Tamil edition of India Today that society should free itself from “outdated thinking that a woman has to be a virgin at the time of her marriage”.For heaven's sake, it was for the sex and the single woman survey. What was she expected to say? That such surveys are violation of Tamil Womanhood?
“They should know to protect themselves from pregnancy and AIDS if they chose to have sex before marriage. Educated men these days do not expect their spouses to be virgins at the time of marriage” (Hindustan Times)
Pushed to the back foot, Kushboo has been quick to offer a clarification. She has said 'it was indeed unfortunate that a big issue has been made out of my interview. I find no wrong in whatever I had spoken about pre-marital sex. In the changing scenario, whatever I spoke holds true. Needless controversy has been with my interview'. (IndiaGlitz)
It is quite evident that the parties involved in the anti-Khushboo protest are using her statements as an opportunity for revenge. An apology for an apology apparently.
In a social environment where Tamil Womanhood is cheaply violated in a majority of the movies, where no double entendre spares a woman, it is indeed quite a sudden awakening to the true value of Tamil Womanhood - where were the broomsticks all this while O Tamil Mothers?