First Kurdish sex magazine issued in Sulaimaniyah.
"We put out the first Kurdish sex magazine, named "Khud" (self), in 40 pages", Azad Jalal, the Concessioner of the periodical periodical, a publication that is issued regularly. It is distinguished from the newspaper in format in that its pages are smaller and are usually bound, and it is published at weekly, monthly, quarterly, or other intervals, rather than daily. said Monday.The periodical is intended to elaborate on sex from social, psychological and religious perspectives, he added."I think to say that the Kurdish community is not prepared for addressing sex at this moment is just a pretext PRETEXT. The reasons assigned to justify an act, which have only the appearance of truth, and which are without foundation; or which if true are not the true reasons for such act. Vattel, liv. 3, c. 3, 32. ", Jalal noted.If the subject is dealt with scientifically, the social issues rising from sexual illiteracy illiteracy, inability to meet a certain minimum criterion of reading and writing skill. Definition of Illiteracy
The exact nature of the criterion varies, so that illiteracy must be defined in each case before the term can be used in a meaningful will be resolved, he argued. Feeling jealous of each other, lack of mutual understanding, and many other factors are reported as the causes for break ups and social issues, while Jalal believed all the social issues stem from lack of sexual understanding.Sulaimaniyah, with an estimated population of 1.5 million, is Kurdistan's second most important city. Named Sulaimani by the Kurds, it's regarded as the country's most secular city; Sulaimaniyah is often called the "Paris" of Iraq for its vibrant cultural life and its wide tree-lined boulevards.
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