Tuesday, 18 September 2007

Islam and French kissing

There are a lot of misconceptions about Islam so I was interested to come across this article in Egypt Today:

“Masters and Johnson [the famous American sex researchers] said women had the right to sexual pleasure in the 1950s, but Islam did so 1,425 years ago. For example, Islam stresses the importance of foreplay, which has been scientifically proven to be an essential part of the second stage of sex. I also found out that the Prophet Mohammed (PBUH) had talked about ‘al-bikr wa liaabiha’ [the virgin and her saliva], which means they understood the importance of French kissing long before the French did.

“In our clinics, when people come with cases of sexual boredom, we advise them to vary the places, times and positions in which they have intercourse. A good example is when a man asked the Prophet (PBUH) whether he could have intercourse with his wife from behind. The Prophet said, ‘From behind her, but in front.’ [Vaginally, not anally.] This is the ‘doggie position’ the West thinks it invented. It causes more friction for the women’s sexual organs and helps the man feel superior,” Qutb explains.

Read more here.