Join the authors to celebrate the publication of their new book – Sexuality, Health and Human Rights (Routledge, London and New York, August 2008).
According to The Virgin Daughters, one in six American girls now takes a "purity pledge", vowing to abstain from all sexual activity until they are married.
The articles in the new issue of the Muslim World Journal of Human Rights, cover the theme of "The Transnational Muslim World, Human Rights, and the Rights of Women and Sexual Minorities."
The body of Ahmet Yildiz, Turkey's first suspected victim of a gay "honour killing," has been removed from the city morgue.
Quoique disent les "mauvaises langues" sur l’obscurantisme islamique, des intellectuels continuent de se battre pour la liberté de penser. La preuve nous est donnée par le "miel", un roman érotique digne des "mille et une nuits".
France plunged into a heated debate about its marriage laws on Friday after learning that a court had annulled the union of two Muslims because the husband said the wife was not the virgin she had claimed to be.
Le tribunal de grande instance de Lille vient de rendre un jugement étonnant : il a considéré la virginité comme une « qualité essentielle » (sic) de la femme avant le mariage.
President Alhaji Dr Yahya Jammeh, on Thursday, gave less than 24 hours (until last week Friday) ultimatum to homosexuals, drug dealers, thieves and other criminals, to leave The Gambia or face serious consequences if caught.
La Gambie, petit pays de l'ouest africain à majorité musulmane, n'aime pas les homosexuels et n'en veut pas sur son territoire.
The government in Nagorny Karabakh is giving incentives to encourage couples to get married and have children.
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