In a society that forbids talking about sex and considers everyone who approaches the topic as having crossed a red line, some Egyptian women have chosen to boldly talk about sexual health, awareness and to even buy and sell sex-enhancing products on online platforms. In recent years, some social awareness pages sprung up on social media sites such as the Facebook-based Love Matters. With time these pages have produced content that proves that talking about sex does not necessarily mean promoting sexual relationships. To learn more Raseef22 talked to some of the administrators of these pages. Women who boldly work on theses issues in hopes of teaching people about sex. Fatima Ibrahim is the founder of one of the first Arab initiatives to provide sexual health content. Ibrahim said that girls are often afraid to go to a doctor and get advice on intimate subjects. Based on her own experience, Ibrahim noted that there was no Arab content about sexual health directed at women, so she decided to launch a feminist platform that "puts women first and aims to raise awareness and disseminate knowledge, because I believe that the first step toward empowerment is knowledge.
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Jump to navigation. A reluctance to use condoms has helped lead to a rise in HIV infections in the Arab world. Paul Keller under a Creative Commons Licence. Sex in the Arab world is the opposite of sport. This is what a gynaecologist in Egypt told me. Everyone talks about football but hardly anyone plays it; whereas everyone is having sex but no-one wants to talk about it. My problem was not getting people to talk about sex, but getting them to stop.
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In a region where patriarchy rules, a handful of fierce Arab women are fighting for gender equality and sexual freedom. She is one of the most sexually expressive writers in the Arab world, pushing the boundaries of Arab patriarchy one publication at a time. The book highlights the importance of both social and sexual revolutions if advances in political revolutions are to be made.
Abdelaziz Aouragh runs an online sex shop for Muslims. I see this pattern often repeated of Muslim women leading their male counterparts in the discussion about sexuality and intimacy. According to Islamic law, sex is limited to between those who are married.