If we as Muslims look at him as the ideal example of humanity why wouldn't sex be a part of it? Since , Lindsey-Ali has gone by the name Village Auntie in her work as a sexual and spiritual health educator. The name refers to the role of a woman in some traditional African communities who young women and girls come to with questions about their periods, sex, and reproduction. Lindsey-Ali leads workshops, seminars, and one-on-one coaching sessions with Muslim women and couples around the country about Islam and sexuality.
What Muslim women want in the bedroom - and why a halal sex manual is a good thing
In Islam, oral sex between a husband and a wife is considered "Makruh Tahrimi"  or highly undesirable by some Islamic jurists where the act is defined as the mouth and the tongue coming in contact with the genitals. The most common argument states  that the mouth and tongue are used for the recitation of the Qur'an and for the remembrance of Allah Dhikr. Secondly, the status of genital secretions is debated among the four Sunni schools , some scholars viewing it as impure and others not. There are differences of opinion in this topic. Many scholars believe that oral sex is permissible, but it is disliked. The group of scholars who view oral-genital contact as permissible is mostly because there is no clear command in Hadith and Qur'an prohibiting such act. Prominent Muslim scholars like Yusuf al-Qaradawi share this view.
This Muslim Sex Educator Believes God Wants Us to Orgasm
The relationship between sexual health and mental health is not always obvious and not often spoken about. However, our experiences with sex, our sexualities, and social prescriptions for sexual behaviour can have a profound influence our mental health, and so those working in mental health care with Muslim clients need to pay attention to the research, however limited it is, on the sexual health of Muslims. When an infographic from my own doctoral research was released a few years ago, revealing that two-thirds of sexually experienced heterosexual respondents, men and women, have had sex before marriage, the online response from many Muslims was a mix of shock, anger, and disbelief 1. Others lamented what they believed to be a lack of morals among young Muslims.