Malaysia bans controversial sex manual

Kuala Lumpur, Nov 4 - The Malaysian government has banned a book by a controversial group that advocates group sex and says wives should act like "high-class prostitutes" to spice up their marriage.

A group known as the "Obedient Wives' Club" will no longer be able to publish the book "Islamic Sex", which was a kind of manual intended to be read only by the club members.

Abdul Aziz, a home ministry official, told The Star newspaper that the book would be banned because its contents infringed censorship laws.

Anybody who publishes the book will be fined $1,600 and jailed for up to three years. (IANS)


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