Guide to Islamic Sex

Awesome, I’m sure I’ve blogged on these guys before:

Just months after telling its members to serve their husbands better than prostitutes, prompting widespread criticism, the Obedient Wives Club of Malaysia has stirred further controversy by publishing a guide to Islamic sex.

The 115-page pocket-sized book, which will outrage many Muslims and non-Muslims, says a Muslim man can have sex with all of his wives at the same time.

Under strict Islamic tradition a man can have up to four wives if he can provide for them all.

The club prompted an outcry from women’s groups and Islamic religious authorities when it was established in June, claiming to have 1000 members.

I wonder how you get a copy of the book:

In its foreword the book says studies showed women only gave their husbands 10 per cent of what men desired of their wives’ bodies. It contains explicit sex details, including fondling of a breast, and one chapter deals with ”how sex becomes worship”.

The book says sex is sanctioned by God and is intended to make a new life.

”You (God) have said that all these acts are halal, pure, beautiful and like a prayer (between man and wife),” it says.

In June the club’s vice-president, Dr Rohaya Mohamad, prompted criticism when she advised women to behave like a ”first-class whore” while in the company of their husbands if they wanted their marriage to succeed.

Sounds like great advice. We all need obedient wives.

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