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Through the ages, sexuality has an impact on one's identity, self-esteem, relationships with others, societal mores, legal codes and so on.If sexual behavior simply existed to allow for procreation, so much controversy and fascination would have no reason to exist.Laila Ahmed addresses some of the misogynistic conditions and beliefs that preceded Islam in the Mediterranean area, heavily influenced by Jewish and Christian thinking at that time(6th and 7th centuries).She points out "the church's attitude on abortion and contraception ...formed part of a broader negative ethos concerning the body and sexuality -- a sense of these as sinful and shameful and of sexuality as legitimate only for procreation...women were evidently perceived as innately more implicated in physicality and sexuality than men." (Women and Gender in Islam, p.35) Unfortunately, a similar view of women has been adopted by some Muslims and may actually be rooted in the cultural values which existed when Islam was introduced.
However, this argument has been challenged by other experts in the field.
The purpose of this chapter is to explore important issues of sexuality from an Islamic point of view in an effort to expose demeaning cultural habits which have no basis in Islam, and to offer alternative understandings of these issues based on the primary sources of Qur'an and Hadith.