“Artificial” Virginity Device Causing Ruckus In Arab World
"Add a few moans and groans and you will pass through undetectable," says the advertising for one of the most controversial inventions to ever hit store shelves.
Religious conservatives in Egypt, livid and much of the Middle East, are livid over a product that allows women another opportunity to be virgins again. At least in theory.
Advertised by Gigmo, the product serves as a cheap alternative to a significantly more expensive alternative in vaginal rejuvenation, a process that has risen to fame with American women.
Originally designed to fool men into believing that their wife was “pure”, the device is inserted into the vagina, emitting amount of blood-like substance when struck.
Among those against the product is Abdul Mouti Bayoumi, a leading Egyptian scholar, whom believes that anyone caught peddling or importing the cheap deception device should be put to death for “spreading vice.”