Tightening things up

Women of the world, stop your Keegel exercises. There is apparently a sudanese sauna-like tradition that tightens things up down there and drives sudanese men wild . Drima, so is the smell of Taali really all that? Let me know!

Comments

  1. John Cunningham says:

    Shame there isn’t a female version of Viagara.

  2. There is. It’s called “foreplay.”

  3. Yeah, I’m calling bullshit.
    Total bullshit.

    “like leather”

    It’s thinking like this that leads to morons using “alternative medicine” and dying, you know?

  4. If most of the women are circumcised, do they really enjoy sex anyway?? Female circumcision, stitching up vaginas, sitting on hot coals, is their anything women aren’t forced to do for these fucked up societies??

  5. In the West, where pampered women splurge thousands of dollars for a surgeon to reattach hymens and tighten vaginas as a “gift” to the men in their lives, the natural remedy is a fraction of the price in Sudan.
    In the West???
    I am living in the West and have not heard of that “fact”.

  6. lool.. I never knew that it “tightens” things up! :D

  7. Chellebelle says:

    I have never heard of anyone having thier hymen repaired for men in the West. We get married later in life on average and very few men expect thier wives to be virgins at marriage. And surgery to tighten things, perhaps but hardly common and I seriously doubt its a gift to husbands.

  8. Chellebelle

    I think that it is commonly known as “propaganda”.
    I have heard that rich muslim women, particularly from Saudi Arabia, and some other muslim countries do this sort of thing for precisely the reason stated.
    Now, according to Saudis and other people in the ME “the West” is immoral and corrupt. What better way to show that corruption than to imply that the bad thing “we” want to do is commonly done “in the West”.
    ;-)

  9. There is. It’s called “foreplay.”

    Q: Why does it take so long for a woman to achieve orgasm?

    A: Who cares?

    /sorry

  10. To those that might be quick to judge this tradition based on this ill-conceived article, dukhan is a practice that pre-dates the times of the Kush Kingdom in Nubia. Its main purpose is to act just like perfume or body lotion and for some it’s used to accent the skin tone or to help in the removal of ‘stretch-marks’ on a woman’s skin.

    It would be a lie to say that it does not sexually appeal to men but so do many body lotions and perfumes but that is not all what dukhan is about. To be honest this article is the most unprofessional editorial that I have ever read, its quality is not even good enough for a local gossip magazine or blog and without a doubt it is not worth being carried by the AFP.

    Personally I find the scent of Dukhan very appealing and I sure do hope my wife practices this very beautiful tradition.

    Amru

  11. Amru
    Are you saying that you would like your wife to sit for an hours over the hole filled with slow-burning stuff every other day or so?
    I mean it is fine to follow tradition but it seems to me an awfully time-consuming (and boring) way to smell better, look a little better or to “drive you wild”

  12. Sandmonkey, I can’t believe you know what the HELL Kegels are. If you and I should ever be on a team in a trivia game, the universe will explode.*

    *Don’t bother telling me the universe is already doing just that.

  13. No one here in the West gets their hymen reattached…that’s actually funny…

    Monkey you are confused and thinking of those skanky slutty Egyptian girls that you’ve met or slept with that have been around the block a time or two and then decide to settle down with a “nice Muslim boy” who expects a Virgin Princess.

    Trust me when I tell you men here in the West don’t insist on their wives or girlfriends getting tightened up via surgery down there…

    Busted…you’ve been watching 2 much Oprah..lol