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On Muslims, Sex and Dead Bedrooms

Should we really talk about sex?

Why do some Muslims still shy away from discussing sex and intimacy issues?

Why do some couples accept and surrender to a very boring relationship instead of trying to make it enjoyable?

Is it our religion that prohibits such discussions and allows us a very tight space of pleasure and exploration when it comes to sexuality? Of course NOT.

In this video:

Karim Serageldin, founder of Noor Human Consulting, shares insights on sexuality, intimacy, and addresses the pornography dilemma with his guests.

 

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