A leading Egyptian scholar has demanded that people caught importing a female virginity-faking device into the country should face the death penalty.Abdul Mouti Bayoumi said supplying the item was akin to spreading vice in society, a crime punishable by death in Islamic Sharia law. The device is said to release liquid imitating blood, allowing a female to feign virginity on her wedding night. The contraption is seen as a cheap and simple alternative to hymen repair surgery, which is carried out in secret by some clinics in the Middle East.Professor Bayoumi, a scholar at the prestigious al-Azhar University, said it undermined the moral deterrent of fornication, which he described as a crime and one of the cardinal sins in Islam.
When your lover penetrate, it will ooze out a liquid that look like blood not too much but just the right amount. Add in a few moans and groans, you will pass through undetectable.
It's why so many women (even actual non-intercourse-having-virgins!) go to those clinics to get a stitch or two put into their hymen. Why isn't this guy ranting about the clinics and the doctors who perform the surgery? Are they the secret lobby group, pissed off they're losing business to a product you can get for $30 plus shipping?
I doubt it. They actually perform a very valuable humanitarian service 'certifying' virginity even though they know full well it can't be done (as several have told me in interviews). Maybe when it's 'legal' for women to be sexually active, they won't have to go to any crazy lengths to prove something that's unprovable.