He told the interview that he regarded all sex as "lust".
He talked of his own marriage, saying the relationship with his wife, Kasturba, had become "spiritual"
after he "bade goodbye to a life of carnal pleasure".
I see it the other way around that sex is obsessional by nature..and its is natural commandment to eff and procreate, to make sure that nature goes on..but eff to keep the obsession at bay.
it is the same with all forms of life..they are all obsessional when it comes to their form of procreation/sexuality. and I don't see how normal sexuality in any one according to their drive precludes the development of a spiritual existence
sex only became lust, became morally very difficult with the rise of the religions. piss on the religions. and Ghandi is dead wrong. at least for me he is.