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“He swept me off my feet with his sweet words, compliments, attentive gestures, romance, and warmth; he was a god compared to European men, who are often distant, reserved, and not very emotional. Bit by bit, I began opening up too and, against my better judgment, I gave up all my defenses.
In three months, he asked me to marry him, and in my culture this is a very serious step.
He assured me that he loved me and that he was not willing to give up his soul mate.”Her eyes welled as she told me her story.
I tried to be as empathetic as possible but I was growing angrier by the minute.
Recent resharing of the video has resulted in 2,500 more views since Nov. Early on, the video cuts from voyeuristic shots of Egyptian couples filmed in parks and streets, to a white screen with writing that reads: "Libido: Do you know what it means? A cartoon explains that when a young Mazen asks his parents about sex, he is told only, "shame" and "forbidden." In school, he does not receive sex education. Egypt is the number two country in the world for Google searches of the word "sex," the video states.
" That is when viewers meet Mazen — "a 20-year-old Egyptian guy" who, "like every other Egyptian guy," badly wants to sleep with a girl, but can't. Last year, under the rule of Muslim Brotherhood member and then-President Mohammed Morsi, the prosecutor-general tried, unsuccessfully, to implement an earlier court ruling banning pornographic websites — a move widely criticized for its estimated cost and censorship.
To add a more dramatic denouement to this repetitive farce, Sandy told me that after their divorce, he got married to a veiled Egyptian girl and that he stopped sending her alimony.This was when she went to the embassy and that was when they told her “we told you so!”Just writing about this topic clogs my arteries; seriously, I cannot breathe!They're definitely doing something wrong.' Why can't they just be platonically hanging out together? When viewing the video, titled "Libido," on a cell phone at a popular shisha cafe recently, two women and a man in their 20s laughed at a joke about masturbation — after turning down the volume so others couldn't hear. with his computer," joked the video’s narrator, a young Egyptian man with slicked-back hair who alternates between wearing a crisp black suit and jeans.First uploaded in September to the You Tube channel of one of the video's stars, Mazen Shaheen, it has received more than 53,500 views and more than 240 comments debating the issues raised in the almost 14-minute clip — including masturbation, pornography and the taboo of premarital sex.