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Crazy Sex Customs
Crazy Sex Customs
Most Middle Eastern countries recognize the following Islamic law: "After having sexual relations with a lamb, it is a mortal sin to eat its flesh."
In Lebanon, men are legally allowed to have sex with animals, but the animals must be female. Having sexual relations with a male animal is punishable by death.
In Bahrain, a male doctor may legally examine a woman's genitals, but is forbidden from looking directly at them during the examination. He may only see their reflection in a mirror.
Former circumcision rites of the Bala tribe of Zaire once required the excised foreskin of a young boy to be wrapped in a banana leaf and placed on a termite hill to be eaten. The boy's father kept vigil at the spot until all remains were eaten; failure to do otherwise was thought to cause the boy to later become impotent.
Young Lenge girls of East Africa were required to be deflowered by a phallus [penis] made of horn as part of their ceremonial puberty rights.
In Polynesia, adolescents of both sexes are instructed in sexual techniques by an older experienced person, and during this period, it is permissible to have numerous sexual liasons before settling down to married life. Special "pleasure houses" are built to provide young people with their own place to socialize and have intercourse.
In Kafa in southwestern Ethiopia, a man found guilty of violating a virgin may be punished by having his head or hands cut off.
The most common universal form of marriage is polygyny (one husband with two or more wives). Anthropologist George Murdock's Ethnographic Atlas claims that of 849 societies, 70 percent were polygynous. Polygyny may not be as widely practiced today as it once was because of the prohibitive cost of keeping more than one wife.
The inhabitants of the Trobriand Islands [South Pacific] are reported to be the most sexually uninhibited and free among all known societies. Children are allowed to indulge in any type of sexual play, with intercourse occurring at an early age. All aspects of sex are considered natural, and adults and children alike are given free reign of their sexual desires.
The vocabulary of Polynesian [South Pacific] societies have no words in their language for "obscene", "indecent", or "impure". Sex is never considered a source of shame or embarrassment.
In some Islamic countries women may be executed for committing adultery, though traditionally, men receive only a light punishment. In Saudi Arabia, adultery is a capital offense punishable by death from stoning.
The inhabitants of Tonga [South Pacific] allow premarital intercourse with permission of the girl's parents and the provision that conception won't occur. Should pregnancy result, the offending couple must walk around the village naked for several days and apply a magic potion to the fence surrounding the community to prevent disease from infecting the population.
At one time, specially selected male children among the Alaskan Koniag were raised as females from infancy, eventually becoming the wife of a chief or tribal leader. A similar custom of aboriginal tribes in Greenland designate this person an Achnutshik.
Homosexuality is an accepted practice among the South American Lache and Caquiteros. Homosexual marriages are not uncommon; moreover, women who have borne five sons are permitted to raise one of them as a female.
2/3/2006 11:00 am
I wonder what the aliens think?|