â€œIf you really want to know people, start by looking in their bedrooms,â€ says Shereen El Feki, author of the new book Sex and the Citadel: Intimate Life in a Changing Arab World. In March, El Feki joined novelist and former sex worker Tracy Quan for an event hosted by the Reason Foundation at New York Cityâ€™s Museum of Sex. The two discussed why political freedom wonâ€™t automatically lead to sexual freedom, how the â€œsummer marriageâ€ phenomenon attempts to combine religious tradition with prostitution, the nascent Arab gay rights movement, frustrated Muslim housewives, and a medieval Arabic dictionary with more than 1,000 verbs for having sex.
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