Sex is a touchy subject - not least among Israel's highly conservative ultra-Orthodox Jews. But a therapist in Jerusalem has written a sex guide aimed specifically at this community.
There used to be a sex shop on the way to Dr David Ribner's office in central Jerusalem.
The sign is still there - with big red letters spelling out "Sex Shop, Sex, Love" - but you can barely read it because it's been scratched out.
The shop went out of business. Now there's just one sex shop left in Jerusalem. No surprise for a city brimming with the pious.
Things are quite different in Ribner's discreet office. Here, there is a row of boxes packed with lubricants, vibrators and massage oils, and an unusual collection of books on the wall - The Joy of Sex and The Guide to Getting It On sit side by side with volumes of Jewish religious texts.
I tell Ribner I've never seen a bookshelf quite like it. "There probably aren't any," he says.
No one gives a fuck about your "Jews to get sex manual" competition. Fuck all of you faggots.
My girlfriend with large tits is Jewish, she was in the israeli army and I fuck her on a regular basis
I bet she's a hairy, Jewish wildebeest.
So your GF was fucked by the Israelite army on a regular basis. Experience is good.
Not even. She's cute and 11 years younger than me. We're going to move in with each other soon.