The series describes, with tart precision and irony, the lives of young American Muslims who may drink, have sex, and believe in God—and who keep much of their lives secret from their parents and their friends. Youssef plays the title character, Ramy, who is unclear about what type of Muslim he is or ought to be. He dates non-Muslim women but hides his religion. Put off less by his beliefs than by his deceit, she walks away.
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A handbook for Muslim women seeking satisfying love lives, the book starts with the basics—lessons on kissing, sending dirty texts, and the importance of foreplay. After that come chapters on sex positions, shower sex, bondage, and masochism. The Muslimah Sex Manual , independently published in mid-July, has been variously described as groundbreaking and a welcome step. It busts the myth, parading as an Islamic belief, that a pure Muslim cannot be dirty in bed, while giving candid advice. Embedded in it is the message that Muslim women should enjoy a fulfilling sex life. It was a newlywed friend who motivated Muladhat, a practicing Muslim, to write.
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Adventurousness in the bedroom isn't exactly cultivated within the Islamic faith, especially for women. Muslim culture encourages women to feel guilty about sex and to take a passive attitude toward their own sexuality. As a result, Muslim sex is often male-centric, and mutually satisfying sexual relationships are less common in Muslim marriages than they might be among couples who were raised in less socially conservative cultures. Related: Court upholds Belgian ban against Muslim full-face veil. Released last week, the book—whose author uses the pen name Umm Muladhat to remain anonymous—offers a wide array of advice on how Muslim couples can work together to foster a healthy and satisfying sexual relationship. It is the wife's right that her husband satisfy her sexually. The book also aims to dispel myths about sex often held by Muslims, such as the idea that the only way to learn how to be good in bed is to defy Muslim law before marriage, that pornography can be used to learn how to be good in bed, that the answer to good sex lies in women's magazines and that Muslim men will lose respect for a woman who is imaginative in bed.
In Islam, oral sex between a husband and a wife is considered "Makruh Tahrimi"  or highly undesirable by some Islamic jurists when the act is defined as the mouth and the tongue coming in contact with the genitals. The most common argument states  that the mouth and tongue are used for the recitation of the Qur'an and for the remembrance of Allah Dhikr. Secondly, the status of genital secretions is debated among the four Sunni schools , some scholars viewing it as impure and others not. There are differences of opinion in this topic. Many scholars believe that oral sex is permissible, but it is disliked. The group of scholars who view oral-genital contact as permissible is mostly because there is no clear command in Hadith and Qur'an prohibiting such act. Prominent Muslim scholars like Yusuf al-Qaradawi share this view. It is permissible in Islam for the husband and wife to touch their private parts in order to arouse each other.