Arab Sex Movies - A Healthy Hint Of The Future

Many people think of Arabs when they hear the word "sharmuta," but if you want to find real Arab slut women, you should pay attention to Arab sex movies. These movies are unlike anything else. They are a little risque, but most of them are nothing like the sex fantasies you might have had before.

Arab sex movies

Sex is one of the things that you can do that different races and cultures may find offensive. What is considered acceptable in one culture is not necessarily acceptable in another. Most people think that sex with an Arab woman is different than with a European woman, because some of the norms about sex are different. However, it is not always the case. Check out more on

Some of the sex in these movies is very graphic, while other types of sex scenes are more soft-core. Some of the sex is non-consensual, which can be a big turnoff for many women. You might find it difficult to go back to an Arab man after you have watched a movie like this.

However, when you see the results of women having sex, it will make it easier to forget your reservations. Many times, women who have sex in these movies feel good about what they are doing and enjoy the experience. This makes it easier to understand why a woman would willingly perform this act with an Arab man.

If you don't know much about Arabs, the movie might seem completely foreign. It is true that some of the scenes in these movies are strange and even weird. However, if you watch them slowly, you will find that they have more in common with pornography than with actual sex. While it is true that you will probably not find real Arabs in the movies, you will still get some of the same feelings as if you were seeing real sex.

The main difference between what you might see in a porn movie and what you would see in a real Arab movie is the role of the man. In the Arab sex movies, the woman usually has the dominant role. In the majority of the movies, the man is the submissive one, but there are a few of them where the men take turns on each other.

The role of the woman in the movies is either to be quiet or participate in dirty talk. It depends on the scene. It is hard to say how women would act in these movies, because they are so similar to porn movies, but the men in these movies are generally more open to having sex than the men you may find in your own country.

Sex is something that most men in the Middle East are embarrassed to discuss. The women in these movies have been exposed to these things and have found a way to perform in them. They don't care, because they believe that they are performing for other people. This is also true of their partners.

You will probably find that watching these movies will help you to explore the taboo that is involved in sex in the Middle East. You might be surprised at how well some of the women in these movies perform. You will also find that you will find it easier to be open about your own sexual desires.

The fact that they are often shown without clothes on will turn many men on, but not everyone is comfortable with this. The women in these movies are mostly naked, but in some cases you might see them wearing only a necklace or a bra. The movies are generally thought of as being exotic, and sensual, but not vulgar.

The fact that they are often shown as being from an ancient history makes them even more exciting. You will see scenes of their forefathers, who came from all around the world. Sometimes you will even see that their women aren't blonde, brunette, or redhead; they could be anything that you could imagine.

Arab sex movies are not just made for those that are sexually adventurous. They are entertaining, easy to watch, and enjoyable for those that want to explore new things. In their own bedroom.

"Bellatrix" Astronomical Observatory

"Bellatrix" Astronomical Observatory

M42 - Orion nebula

Gianluca Masi, Ceccano (FR) Italy

Center for Backyard Astrophysics - Italian Station

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Last update: 21 September 2005

  The Planetary Society awards Gianluca Masi with the Shoemaker NEO Grant!


First  image and movie from a small scope of 2003 UB313,  the just-discovered object larger than Pluto!

Deep Impact hits the Tempel 1: the comet rebrightnens !!!

The Rosetta fly by movie wins the  second ESA prize!

What's new today ?


Rosetta spacecraft: movie and image

Comet C/2004 Q2 (Machholz): movie!

(4179) Toutatis movies!

(25143) Itokawa photometry!

Comets C/2001 Q4 (NEAT) and  C/2002 T7 (LINEAR) !

Asteroid 1999 KW4 movie and lightcurve!!!

Asteroid (21795) Masi !



! McNeil's Nebula and a few new variable stars close to M78 !

WZ Sge extremely rare superoutburst!

Masi's variable star near M27


1� Virtual Meeting on Amateur Astronomy


    Welcome to the site of the "Bellatrix" Astronomical Observatory, managed by Gianluca Masi (note about the author). Here you will find a lot of astronomical images, services and information about our activities. Very remarkable is the Hale-Bopp image gallery. The observatory is also the Italian station of the Center for Backyard Astrophysics (Columbia University, New York - USA), a network of telescopes dedicated to cataclysmic variable stars' photometry. Also, the observatory is member of the VSNET Collaboration Team (Kyoto University, Japan), mainly related to cataclysmic variables. Your suggestions or comments about this site will be very much appreciated.

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    The main telescope installed at the observatory is a Celestron/Losmandy CG-11, a 280 mm SC telescope, used at several focal lenghts (f/20, f/10, f/6.3, f/3.3). It is mainly used for the research activities (astrometry and CCD photometry). To image the Hale-Bopp (and other objects), a smaller, 6-inch Vixen SP R-150S f/5 newtonian reflector has been used. A SBIG ST-7 CCD camera is employed as detector, and completes the principal instrumentation.
For data acquisition, elaboration and analysis several software packages are used: CCDOPS (SBIG), CCDSoft (Software Bisque), QMiPS32 (by Christian Buil), Astrometrica (by Herbert Raab) and IDL (RSI). TheSky (Software Bisque) is used to program the observing sessions and to control the main telescope with an encoder system.
The observing site (Ceccano) is heavily affected by light pollution.

Hale-Bopp images

    Images are posted here in inverse chronological order. They are in JPG format, with no high resolution. Info about taking astronomical images are available. If you need high resolution images, please ask me for them by e-mail. Click on the image to see the full version. Please, contact me if you wish to publish one of them. This is valid for all the images presented in this site.

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Animations ! Look at the Hale-Bopp proper motion and dust waves

These sixtheen images of the Hale-Bopp show the evolution of the inner region of the coma, around the nucleus. They have been taken on 3, 9, 11, 12, 20, 21, 26, 31 March; 4, 6, 8, 10, 17, 19, 24 April; 3 May 1997. It is visible how the nucleus appearance has changed with the time. Reflector 15 cm f/5, CCD SBIG ST-7, elaboration: QMiPS32.

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May '97 April '97 March '97 February '97


Other Comet Links

    If you want more information about Hale-Bopp and comets in general, you can visit the sites below: many of them post images of mine.

International Comet Quarterly (ICQ)
JPL Hale-Bopp Home Page (mirror)
Near Live Comet Watching System
Ulysses Comet Watch Network
Comet Observation Home Page
S&T Online's Comet Page
Cometography web site
UAI comet section

Other astronomical images by Gianluca Masi

    Here you will find other astronomical images taken by Gianluca Masi about nebulae, clusters, galaxies, comets and the Moon.They have been taken with the instruments discussed above.

Minor Planets             Supernovae            Other images

Nebulae Clusters Galaxies Comets Moon


Other General Links

    You will find here indications about sources of astronomical information, weather forecasts, time and so on.


Send your name to Mars!

The Sky of the Month

Planetary and Sun data

Moon-phase Calendar

Constellation Mythology

Weather in Europe

Weather in the world


Astro Chat

Picture of the week

Astronomy News

Where's nightime?

Poetry in the night

Other links


Article "CCDs, small scopes and the urban amateur"
by G. Masi (Published on Sky and Telescope)

Story of the month

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Sky and Telescope
Astro Web index
Nasa Home Page
Hubble Space Telescope
Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL)
Digitized Sky Survey (DSS)
Center for Backyard Astrophysics
International Dark-Sky Association
American Association of Variable Star Observers
VSNET: Variable Stars, Novae, and Supernovae
Astrophysical Data System (Astronomical Journals and more)
Astronomical Headlines (The last discoveries)
Universal Time (US Naval Observatory)

Special thanks to: SBIG, Software Bisque and  Auriga.

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