Sex and Marital Laws for Muslims

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Sex and Marital Laws for Muslims

Sex is not an issue of discussion, be it between Arabs and Jews or Christians and Muslims. In fact, the only topic that matters to them is family and religion. That’s why a recent survey revealed that only 35% of Arabs and half of the respondents in another survey on the subject said they were happy in their sex lives. What’s more, a significant number of them – over 20% – reported that their sex life has deteriorated over the last few years and this can only mean one thing – they are deeply religious!

Islam makes reference to sex only in the context of marriage. A man is allowed to have only one spouse, known as “ahl al- Jawid”. Marriage to multiple spouses is considered to be haram, or religiously prohibited. The act of adultery is also considered to be hard, and can even result in the death penalty. There are other articles in the Islamic code that define the time limit for a man to ejaculate within the marriage. If a man ejaculates before his wife is able to have sex with him, then his “teness” counts against him.

Sex is an essential part of the Muslim culture. The two main religious schools, both Muslim and Christian, hold that sex is sacred, something to be enjoyed between married partners only. Christians say that sex is part of creation, while the Muslims say it is a gift from Allah. Sex, therefore, is seen as an important aspect of the religious traditions, both by believers.

However, sex does not enjoy a particularly high profile in the Muslim world. Surveys of adults in various countries suggest that sex is not a very popular activity in most Muslim households. One reason could be that there is an emphasis on family and marriage within Islam. It’s a social taboo not to have sex outside of the home. Married women may also shy away from having premarital sex, given the view that it’s a sin.

Young men often go to great lengths to avoid getting married. They may engage in “virginity pledges” in order to test the waters. For some, this can mean years of unmarried, active sex. While this does not seem like a big deal to most people, to a new bride it becomes a serious issue when it involves her family.

Marriages in many cultures require some sort of physical intimacy prior to the wedding ceremony. Some cultures also see this as a way of establishing the right relationship to a future spouse. But, for Muslim couples, having pre-marital sex is seen as an affront to their religion. So, they end up avoiding it, at least in public.

What does this all mean for a non-Muslim interested in Muslim dating? Non-Muslims need to be wary of anyone who offers them non- It’s true that Muslim law prohibits pre-marital sex, but that doesn’t mean you can’t get it anyway. In fact, many Muslims would be happy to share sexual experiences with non-Muslims. After all, it’s only natural to want to experience sexual relationships outside of your home.

In short, Muslim women need to be very careful about what they engage in. There are many pre-marital sexual possibilities for Muslim married women, and all of them can be fun and exciting. But, they all come with responsibilities attached. If you are a Muslim woman wanting to have pre-marital sex, find out everything you can about Muslim marriage and sexual behavior before it happens. After all, it’s your own body, and you should make sure it stays under your control.