The Karma Sutra may have been produced at any time between AD 100 and 400, and it was written by Vatsyayanain an India.
The KamaSutra was was aimed at men because women had very low status then. That isn’t to say that woman’s needs are ignored in the text, they aren’t. Pages of detail are aimed purely at exciting the female partner. The instructions concerning female stimulation are explicit. The “work of man” included kissing, pressing, stroking, and Scratching, and, if a woman should fail to be satisfied by the art of intercourse. Vatsyayana even advocates specific sexual positions to suit the sexual match of a couple.
Although the Kama Sutra tends to be thought as a book about sex, it is also a book about manners, conduct, and the arts that a cultivated individual was meant to practice. Although some of things in the original manuscript would be thought of as peculiar in modern times, these are many sensual arts, such as the use of perfumes, music, and foods, which all translate well into modern practice.