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However in Saudi Arabia you have to take just that little extra care with what you share; especially in the form of images in this very strict Islamic state.

News Story about Saudi Blackmailer try to extort money from 400 victims who sent him pornographic and revealing photographs.

When Mazen Abdul-Jawad, 32 and a divorced father of four, took Lebanon’s LBC into his bedroom to boast that “everything happens in this room,” show his sex toys, explain that he lost his virginity at the age of 14 to a neighbor, and then host a sex chat with male friends, he was providing the sensational material that has made the station’s show, “Bold Red Line,” notorious.

Just this past week, Saudi Arabia shut down all local operations of a Lebanese TV station that broadcast an interview with a Saudi man who spoke frankly about sex.

And so, it comes as no surprise that Abdul-Jawad has been vilified and has had to beg in media interviews for forgiveness from Saudi society for appearing on the show, which he claims manipulated and duped him. However, Abdul-Jawad’s “sex confessions” have only told the Arab world what it already knows: Deny it all you like and threaten to punish it, but unmarried men and women, as everywhere else, are having sex.

So who is talking about sex openly in the Arab world? Not surprising, considering it is women who suffer the most from double standards around sexuality in the region.