Arabic Women’s literature in English has come along in leaps and bounds over the past few years, but with it has come an entourage of critics. Kuwaiti novelist Laila al-Othman stood up and openly declared before a Saudi Arabian seminar that the steamy chapters in the new wave of Arabic women’s lit go a step too far. Freedom of speech, or a way for female Arabic authors to get a name for themselves? What’s the motivation behind the sheets of these racy reads?
benetta993 Female, 31
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Am benetta kaleed from alfarwaniyah,I had all my life in the states,my mum is from new York and that makes me a mixed race,am cool and gentle,am loving and care giver,am a make up artist,am friendly a...