Arab Sex Is Much Like Western Sex, But With Strong Middle Eastern Elements
Arab sex has been compared to wild orgies. The two words are synonymous and though they are different in many ways, both are extreme forms of sexual activities that occur among different cultures in the Middle East. In Arab culture, however, the ideas are quite different.
Western sex is very particular, being aimed at procreation, at least in theory. Sex outside the confines of the home, it would seem, is a taboo, one that deserves to be punished with social stigma. Arab sex is on the other hand almost in its opposite, and though it may sound bizarre to outsiders, it has been practiced for a very long time.
The purpose of the Arab Oriental society is not to procreate, nor to satisfy the sexual desires of the male. Rather, it is a highly evolved ritual that has survived over the centuries by adapting itself to changing social and cultural climates.
The method of sex used by the Arabs is unique and not easily replicated. In fact, Arab sex is unique and has not yet been copied by other cultures.
What the Arabs have in common with most other cultures is the idea of having sex for pleasure. However, unlike most other cultures, sex for the sake of pleasure and gratification does not necessarily lead to procreation. By the same token, sex between family members is not viewed as any more scandalous than other sexual relations.
As regards genital sexual acts, the Arab nation has no problem with them, nor do they view such acts as offensive. Such acts, even when they occur within the framework of marriage, are still accepted in society as part of the Arab tradition.
One also does not see the sexual activity of Muslim Arabs as condoned by society. Rather, the sexual behavior of the Arab Muslim family and the way it relates to marriage and parenthood is not considered very refined.
Arab sex has been used by Arab families for a very long time and has been through a lot of adaptations. It may have evolved from the view of all other cultures, but it has also been molded by the Arab way of life and the traditions of the culture. In short, Arab sex is highly evolved, highly unique and has retained a high degree of modesty and propriety in its practice.
Even if the concept of sexual intercourse is a taboo in the Muslim culture, Arab culture, even in its sexual practices, shows that the concept of heterosexual marriage and parenthood is firmly entrenched. This is also reflected in the manner in which Arab families conduct their marriages. The family is an important institution in the Arab society, and hence married couples are not always seen together in public, but during the process of dealing with their business and dealing with each other.
Even the act of having sex does not necessarily imply sexual intercourse. There are many kinds of sex, ranging from oral sex to anal sex. These have no impact on the conception of a child, but they do involve the ‘sexual act’ in an important way.
Arab sex, in fact, is not only one of the numerous ways in which people find to fulfill their sexual desires, but also has no boundaries. Since Arab culture, in reality, is defined by no boundaries, Arab sex is very much like a perfect amalgamation of different traditions and values.