How do saudi men lose their virginity
Virginity is the state of a person who has never engaged in sexual intercourse. Like chastity , the concept of virginity has traditionally involved sexual abstinence. The concept of virginity usually involves moral or religious issues and can have consequences in terms of social status and in interpersonal relationships. The term virgin originally only referred to sexually inexperienced women, but has evolved to encompass a range of definitions, as found in traditional, modern and ethical concepts. The word virgin comes via Old French virgine from the root form of Latin virgo , genitive virginis , meaning literally "maiden" or " virgin "  —a sexually intact young woman or "sexually inexperienced woman". As in Latin, the English word is also often used with wider reference, by relaxing the age, gender or sexual criteria.
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Saudis scorn groom over virginity test move
Women drivers would "end virginity" in Saudi Arabia, report finds | Public Radio International
Manama: Saudis have poured scorn on a groom who thought his bride was not a virgin and reported her to their families, resulting in a tense situation and deep embarrassment. A local news site reported that the groom was having intercourse with his bride, but as there was no blood, he concluded that she was not a virgin. Shocked by the conclusion, he started arguing with his bride and soon the two families were told about the situation. Amid accusations the groom had been cheated into marrying a woman he had thought she was a virgin and insistence by her family that she has never had intimate relations, the two families had a verbal quarrel before deciding to take the matter to a gynecologist at a local hospital, Al Marsad reported. Both the mothers of the bride and the groom were relieved when they were told that the hymen was intact and that the whole issue was related to its condition.
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Women drivers would "end virginity" in Saudi Arabia, report finds
Virginity is part of our existence in the world as embodied sexual subjects. While many meanings are associated with virginity, in most of the Arab world virginity relates to the presence of a hymen and extends to encompass the honor of the Arab community, and virginity loss commonly relate to first vaginal intercourse. This study explored the meanings of virginity from the perspectives of Arab and Arab American women. A qualitative phenomenological approach, informed by the philosophy of Maurice Merleau-Ponty, was used to conduct in-depth interviews with ten women. Our participants provided a better understanding of the diverse meanings of virginity that move beyond the binary of virginity and virginity loss, and into a spectrum of embodied meanings.
An initial probe revealed that the year-old Saudi doctor from the southwestern city of Khamis Mushait used at least one social media account to solicit patients interested in surgically restoring their hymens, Gulf News reported. A study by the American University of Beirut found that demand for such procedures was on the rise across the region. The subject has become notable enough to spark public debate among Saudis, with some preachers issuing religious proclamations about the permissibility of such surgeries. One notable fatwa by the prominent Islamic preacher Sheikh Salman Al Ouda argued that hymen restoration procedures were acceptable given the serious consequences some women faced in the event of questions emerging about their virginity. Others have distanced the issue from religion entirely, pointing to the uniformity of the taboo among various faith communities across the Middle East.