No stopping sex toy use despite haram label
THE JAKARTA POST
PREMIUM Rules are made to be broken, at least, that is for sex toy customers and sellers in East Java capital Surabaya, where the products have gained in popularity. A private university student, Angelia, not her real name, said she was aware sex toys were haram (forbidden under Islamic law) but it did not stop her from using it. "I use sex toys to curb my urges to engage in extramarital sex," t...
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