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It was a confession by a newlywed friend about her disastrous sex life that gave Umm Muladhat an idea for a groundbreaking book. The author has chosen to stay anonymous, using an alias. Candid advice is offered on everything from kissing to cowgirl positions — with the core message being that Muslim women can and should enjoy a varied sex life and take the lead in physical relationships. While some critics have accused the author of fetishising Muslim women and encouraging promiscuity, the book has been welcomed by readers who have lauded her as a Muslim Belle De Jour , bringing a taboo subject into the open. I doubt any mother speaks in as explicit detail as I have.

Islamic sexology

When it was her turn, the woman, who said she was from a British Muslim family of Arab origin, knelt down to speak so that we were at eye level. How do I get over the fear that God will hate me if I have sex before marriage? I hear this a lot. My email inbox is jammed with messages from women who, like me, are of Middle Eastern and Muslim descent.
A new 'taboo-breaking' book aimed at providing halal sex advice for Muslim women hit the shelves last week. It's being hailed as 'the first halal sex manual for women,' although we have heard tell of other less modern examples, but this one has been praised by Muslim women's organisations for bringing a taboo subject into the limelight in a thoroughly modern way. Muladhat herself is now being proclaimed the Muslim non-sex-worker answer to Belle du Jour. There are plenty of books already on marriage, but spicing up a Muslim's sex life while staying halal?