Julia Perez distributes free condoms with her latest musical masterpiece, "Kamasutra".
Professional exhibitionist and singer Julia Perez's new album "Kamasutra" has a giveaway condom packet in the CD cover sleeve.
Julia Perez, in some of her glory.
In the town of Samarinda in Kalimantan on 27th April dozens of women university students staged a protest at a shopping mall to voice their concerns that the Julia Perez condom bonus was an example of the "condomization" of society, and that it was a part of the campaign for free sex.
If anyone who buys the album doesn't like condoms just throw the condom away.
The protestors also voiced their support for the recent string of local government bannings of sexy dancers and singers performing in particular cities, such as those imposed on singer Dewi Persik in Bandung and Tangerang, and most recently in Balikpapan. They hoped that Julia Perez's name would be added to the blacklist. antara tempo
And in Mataram, Nusa Tenggara Barat (NTB), the head of the Department of Religion, Lalu Suhaemi, implored the good citizens of Lombok to stay well clear of Kamasutra and its bonus package. He was worried particularly about the provocative titles of some of the songs on the album, which include: kompas
Julia says she had plans for a song called "100 Cara Bercinta" (100 Ways to Make Love) but she was forced to drop the idea.
Meanwhile the Majelis Ulama Indonesia (MUI) in South Sumatra, Sumatera Selatan (Sumsel), have issued a fatwa, essentially directed against eight Jakarta based performers who are known to jiggle and gyrate themselves around too much on stage, they being: detik
These singers were particularly known to cause damage to the morals of the young generation and upset people, the MUI said.