Sexuality in the Middle East is not talked about (a lot), that much is clear. That a solution is needed is clear as well. Education in Sex And Marriage has proven to avert some really strange and weird misconceptions, and prevent shame and confusion. However, the open way in the West talks about sexuality is considered to be overly direct in the Middle East. It was Ashraf Alkiswani who founded the website Karaz, that walks the middle ground between sex ed and Islamic values.
Karaz offers a platform where questions can be asked and answers can be found. At first the tone of voice was educational, but after a while tips and topics seemed to generate larger traffic. With items ranging from the quite timid 5 Marriage Myths You Should Know About to the more spicy 3 Unusual Positions That Hit The Spot (For Her), the Karaz editorial team creates diversity but is also careful to never cross the border into pornography.
These sex tips and topics are not just for the young and promiscuous. Asharaf shares an illustrative example of the benefits of sexual knowledge and what Karaz can do for a loving marriage. Watch the video to see the good a little sexual knowledge can do!