The orthodox Jews of the very traditional Israel have always been puritans, who couldn’t even utter the word ‘sex’ publicly and now a sex manual has been published solely for their benefit. Dr. David Ribner has undertaken the task to teach the ultra conservative Jewish community of the Israel about all-things coitus. The sex therapist has collaborated with a traditional Jewish teacher, who lives in Israel, to create a guidebook for the newlywed Jesuit couples, who have no prior experience of sex or physicality. The strict conservative ways of life doesn’t let a young man or woman understand a thing about sex and when they get married they are unable to satisfy their spouse. Dr. Ribner has launched the sex manual with the hope that it will guide the Jews to take the right actions at their wedding night.
Is a Sex-Manual Really Necessary?
Dr. Ribner witnessed a shop selling sexual products, located on his way to his office, go out of practice due to the super conservativeness of the Jewish society. There used to be a hoarding which had words like ‘Sex’ and ‘Love’ on it but now you cannot decipher a word looking at it as the words have been severely scratched. The Jewish Puritanism is reflected in all their social interactions. They believe that any sort of discussion about sex would lead to social degradation and bring decadence of morality.
The Jesuit boys and girls go to different schools and co-ed schools do not exist. This makes it difficult for them to grow a perception about the opposite sex. They are not allowed to watch movies that have any kind of sexual content. There is almost a ban on social communication between men and women if they are not married or related in some sort of way. This makes them completely unaware of the sexual pleasures of matrimony. When they enter wed-lock and come into intimate contact with the opposite sex they are totally at a loss how to react. These are the reasons that provoked Dr. Ribner pen a vividly visual and readable manual on sex.
How much it reveals?
Dr. Ribner is frank and straightforward about sex. He acknowledges that anyone interested can get lubricants, sex toys of different varieties and vibrators from his upscale office. He has revealed that the book just doesn’t stop at giving the conventional information about coitus but goes on to elaborate on different poses and the positioning of the limbs. The manual has only text content but it comes with an envelope containing pictures of the basic poses. The instruction on the cover cautions the highly puritans to throw it away if found to be distasteful.