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Posted on April 2, 2013

Mostly Visible Exhibit : JEDDAH ART WEEK

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While  I was in Jeddah I was also lucky enough to visit the art exhibit held at Al Furusya Marina & Yacht Club titled “Mostly Visible”. The pieces at the exhibit were thought-provoking, witty and very visually engaging. Many of the installations were larger than life and warranted viewer interaction while others were marvels to stare at. I am so glad to have had the chance to visit the gallery. Well done to the executors of the exhibit and the talented contributors.

Here is what my eyes feasted on and now yours can too….

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Posted on April 1, 2013

Blogger of Sex in Saudi Arabia

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The very popular Saudi native Dr. Abdul Al-lily has made a name for himself amongst the blogosphere as venturing and uninhibited. The brainchild behind the blog “Sex & Beyond: Saudi” Dr. Abdul creates a safe haven for people to unload their sexual queries. His blog is informative, well researched, thought provoking and entertaining. If this isn’t enough, Dr.
Abdul Al-Lily further impresses with an ivy-league doctorate and masters and currently holds the title Professor at the regional university.
Posted on February 12, 2013

SEX AND BEYOND: Dr. Abdul AL-Lily.

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Link:http://ssbts55.wordpress.com
Hey guys,
I was shocked when surfing the blogosphere and found this remarkable blog about the sexual culture of Saudi’s and couldn’t believe what I was reading. Not because sexual education is shocking to me but
rather that living in the Kingdom it is probably the most taboo issue to talk about. Not only was this blog brilliantly written it was written by a Saudi; first hand account of the culture. Turns out to be very refreshing, reading about issues most expats are often bewildered about. I kept the blog bookmarked
in my favorites’ folder and passed it on to all my expat girlfriends who, just like I were flabbergasted at what they found out. Please note I kept this very secret, never read it at work and only spoke about it to my expat friends and never local friends in fear of being somewhat ostracized.
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