The Debate Over Muslim Porn

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While the vast majority of Muslims do not practice pornography, they have been targeted by Christian fundamentalists who believe that Islamic rules concerning sexuality are incompatible with their beliefs. The result has been a rise in the number of “porn” websites, in many cases claiming to promote a “healthy”socially acceptable” form of pornography, but in reality it is more than just harmless entertainment.

Porn is an activity which may well have been condemned by the Qur’an in relation to other forms of deviant sexual behaviour – for instance, adultery. A verse in the Qur’an states that “if your right hand possesses anything besides a woman, then kill him.” However, it is not known what Muslims view as permissible in regards to masturbation (and Muslims are allowed to masturbate), pornography, or gay sex.

Many Christians have claimed that there is no need to ban pornography. It is important to remember that Islam does not regard pornography as morally wrong. So while Christian fundamentalists argue that the Qur’an is incompatible with “unhealthy” pornography, there is no evidence that it is incompatible with “healthy” https://sexsaoy.com/ either. Christian churches are increasingly finding themselves forced to accept pornography as harmless entertainment.

Fundamentalists who object to pornography also point to verses in the Bible, such as those in Romans 1, which indicate that men engage in pornography and engage in lesbian relationships. There is absolutely no evidence to suggest that these things are considered moral. While we can debate the morality of various forms of sexual behaviour, this debate is not as relevant as the question of whether pornography is morally wrong.

This is because in terms of “unhealthy” behaviour, there is no difference between “healthy” gay and straight pornography, whether the pornography is consumed in an intimate setting or viewed on a computer screen. Similarly, while there is an argument that homosexual pornography is not as socially acceptable as heterosexual pornography, there is no argument that it is any less offensive than heterosexual pornography.

Fundamentalists who object to pornography have also been accused of being bigots. Some say that Christians, who are tolerant of other types of deviant behaviour, should be tolerant of Muslim pornography, because it is a matter of individual choice and religious belief. Others have accused these people of being bigots themselves. In a sense, it makes sense to argue that a gay porn movie can be “healthy” if the viewer chooses to watch it, rather than forced to participate in it, but to call someone a bigoted for watching pornography is to use the term to describe the very different act – sex itself.

Muslims argue that this debate is simply an attempt to marginalise Muslims. In a sense, it is true that both parties in this debate have a legitimate point. After all, there is a difference between a right to a free press, which allows for critical scrutiny, and a right to be heard. But the fact that a Muslim porn video portrays two men having sexual intercourse and portrays women as mere sexual objects rather than as subjects means that it is in fact an immoral activity.

In addition, there is no evidence that there is a difference between gay and heterosexual pornography, or between porn that depicts people engaging in sexual activities for “sexual satisfaction” and porn that depict acts of a sexual nature. In some countries, pornography is often banned or heavily regulated. Therefore, it is not clear why Christians are allowed to watch it, and Muslims cannot watch it.

In short, there is no good reason for the opposition to the viewing of gay porn in a Muslim context. There is no good reason to assume that there is a difference between gay and heterosexual porn, or between pornography which depicts people engaging in physical relationships and pornography which depicts acts of a purely sexual nature.

Muslims should not have to tolerate gay porn because their own beliefs and practices have to change. They are free to follow their conscience, but it is wrong to expect them to change their basic rights, such as the freedom to see pornography.

Fundamentalists need to understand that the debate surrounding the issue of whether to ban pornography or not is not one between them and the rest of us. but one between Islam and society, and we must respect that and not attempt to force a compromise their fundamental beliefs on them.