“Arab Nigger Sex: A Book For Sexually Challenged Women” by Max Goldman is another in a long line of books that teach women across the world how to please their men through foreplay and erotic touching. It is similar to “How To Get Girls To Want You: A Guide for Women Who Want To Know What Men Want”, as both books are aimed at men who are not versed in the art of lovemaking. This book however, is different. In this book, we will look at how to please your Arab niggers (as they may be called in the Arab culture), the significance of a woman’s dress and what you need to know when giving a blow job.
The author begins the book with an introduction on her own experience as an uncircumcised woman living in Saudi Arabia. In this first part, she shares with us her own personal story of self-hatred towards her body. This is a story that we may all like to read about; it shows the reader that there is no reason why women should feel inferior to their partners in the bedroom, but that, in fact, many women have done just that throughout history.
She then delves into information about the typical dress of the Arabic people and gives some tips on how to bring out the “beauty” in you. We all know that beauty comes in many forms and there are several ways to bring out the best in ourselves. The book actually lays out several examples of different types of beauty that the Arab people traditionally embrace, which provides some useful information to those interested in trying to be more beautiful themselves.
Sex after marriage, in the eyes of this Saudi woman, is very important. Her views on sex are rather controversial as she openly discusses both premarital sex and adultery. She views premarital sex as a way to improve one’s relationship with a future husband. The book ends by reminding the reader that if you have an interest in satisfying your partner through premarital sex then it is imperative that you remain dedicated and committed to your future relationship. If you truly care for your spouse, you will do what is necessary to keep your marriage alive and thriving.
The author also tackles women’s role in society. She argues that Arab women are treated differently than men and the family is generally more supportive of women than men. When it comes to certain social issues the family should be the voice of the woman, not the man. This book provides some useful insights into some social problems that affect Arab women but that do affect Western women as well. It shows that there are many differences between the way men and women are treated, but that it is ultimately the woman who must seek these solutions herself in order to find peace in her life.
I enjoyed reading this book because of its perspective. Some women might look at the book as a feminist text or postmodern literary criticism, but I personally found it very enlightening. The author analyzes the way in which both Western and Arab cultures view sex. This is a very unique perspective in the book since the perspective in the book is from an Arab woman. While there are some aspects of the book that may seem offensive to Western sensibilities, this does not make this text antimicrobial or feminist in any way. In fact, the opposite is true.
This is a very intriguing text that is written in an engaging and easy to read style. It is written in short chapters and has very clear ideas. As with most things in life, when you read something like this, it helps you think through the consequences of your actions on both you and your partner. This makes the book a great read because you get the opportunity to examine different perspectives on a variety of topics.
Sex and the Single Girl by Arab Montenegrin are a very thought-provoking book. The author is very aware of her status as a woman and she makes it known in this book. The character is very familiar to me as an Arab woman who was married and then dating western men. She knows what it’s like to desire sexual pleasure but not be able to go through with it because of cultural limits. This provides another point of view about how many women feel about their sexual fantasies.