The article also relies on using several expert opinions that are well chosen who support the argument being made.
“It is becoming more and more prominent that the man uses the Internet to satisfy his sexual desires.”In a conformist society like Egypt, opposite sexes generally interact and mingle only within the limited confines of socially acceptable norms.
However with the growing use of cell phone messaging, as well as the attraction of anonymous Web chat rooms and electronic social networking websites like Facebook, the once customary barriers dividing men and women are eroding.
Yet he likes to brag to his friends about the possible outcome.
Some critics blame the new media as one of the causes for the alarming increase in sexual harassment in Egypt.
In 2008, the ECWR found in the first exhaustive study ever to be conducted on sexual harassment in Egypt, that more than 60 percent of the Egyptian women and nearly 100 percent of foreign women who took part in the study, claimed to have experienced some form of sexual harassment in Egypt.works as a marriage counselor and sex therapist is her downtown clinic.
While she encourages young married couples to be more sexually active, she also warms them about promiscuity.
“In any chatting room on Yahoo in Arabic, you will find men and women discussing sex openly,” said Maha Fayed, a mass communications student at AUC.
“The man looks for a woman for one night,” said Fayed, adding that even prices are settled online that welcome new members “interested in meeting new people for online chat” is a clear indicator of the growing demand for online love.
The article also does a good job at highlighting the changes that have resulted from the growing use of viral chatting and meeting people online.
I like the link made between internet use and the increasing rates of infidelity and divorce.
“These movies are so provocative and these people are so ignorant that of course it has a great deal of effect on them,” Khaled said.