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03-Jul-2017 13:27

" "Well, I explain to her that in Egypt, we don't use this system of coffee.

You know, it's the system in England, asking for coffee, because it's considered vulgar to ask for sex." "But what happened? It is British women who taught me the idea of giving pleasure." His voice raised in enthusiasm as he pointed a finger at his forehead.

He is so liberal in so many ways but I’m very uncomfortable being a secret when we have professed such deep love for each other…and he’s not just saying it, it’s true for him.

But he doesn’t know what will happen with his country and situation, so I understand that too. I am beginning to realize that this love may be an impossible hope for me…and maybe there are aspects of his faith that limit him too much to even consider a longer term, more serious relationship, no matter how liberal he seems.

In every part of the world, marriage, or relationships in general, are pretty hard to maintain.

Issues tend to pop up every now and again and sometimes, it's not really anybody's fault.

Perhaps I should clarify a bit; my husband is not only an Arab, but he’s a bedoin (desert) Arab.

"Would you like me to tell you the difference between making love to an Egyptian woman and a European woman?

" "Mike", my driver in Luxor, leaned forward and gazed sincerely in my eyes. They have sex for two minutes, just to relieve themselves, and the women lie like boards.

Or is it perhaps a misunderstanding of the male mentality in Egyptian society?

All these can be major factors, but what if there are other reasons and how is it that the two sexes can grow in the same culture with the same traditions and yet be so different?

Perhaps I should clarify a bit; my husband is not only an Arab, but he’s a bedoin (desert) Arab."Would you like me to tell you the difference between making love to an Egyptian woman and a European woman? " "Mike", my driver in Luxor, leaned forward and gazed sincerely in my eyes. They have sex for two minutes, just to relieve themselves, and the women lie like boards. Or is it perhaps a misunderstanding of the male mentality in Egyptian society?All these can be major factors, but what if there are other reasons and how is it that the two sexes can grow in the same culture with the same traditions and yet be so different?Why do some actively stay away from any sort of relationship with one of them?