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PostSubject: M'sia: Divorce-hit Terengganu wants to spice up sex life of newly-weds   Tue Nov 03, 2009 11:27 am

M'sia: Divorce-hit Terengganu wants to spice up sex life of newly-weds

M'sia: Divorce-hit Terengganu wants to spice up sex life of newly-weds

By R.S.N. Murali

KUALA TERENGGANU, MALAYSIA - Body odour, humdrum sex and boring pyjamas have been blamed for the high divorce rate in Terengganu and the state government is coming up with innovative ways to improve sexual relations, especially among newly-weds.

Top on its list is to invite cosmetic firms to introduce exotic and sensuous fragrances that can arouse sexual desire.

And husbands and wives are being encouraged to bathe together.

State Religious and Information Committee deputy chairman Muhammad Ramli Nuh believes that these moves can curb the divorce rates among young couples.

He told The Star yesterday that at least three in every 10 marriages in the state end in divorce, adding that separation was now the prevalent trend among couples aged between 25 and 30 years.

Muhammad Ramli said couples who had been married for less than five years and were on the verge of separation had told counsellors that routine sex and body odour were the main reasons for them to want to break up.

He said he was bewildered that some of these couples said their spouses' old-fashioned pyjamas - sarong and t-shirt - and bad smell during intimate moments made their sex life monotonous or turned them off completely.

'I know of one case where a separation was triggered just because the spouse smelled of fish crackers,' he said.

As such, he said the state government - through state Family Development Board - was asking cosmetic firms to introduce special perfumes for the couples so they could 'sustain their relationships, hopefully for eternity.'

Muhammad Ramli said married couples should bathe together to make their relationship more exciting.

'I met this elderly couple in Kelantan, they bathe together although they are grandparents; they enjoy a blissful marriage, this is when I mooted the idea where this method could be introduced as part of the pre-marital courses conducted in the state,' he said.

Muhammad Ramli said the state government was also sourcing for consultants to provide grooming workshops.

'This workshop is not only meant for the wives but also to provide men with tips on how to be attractive to their spouse at all times,' he said.

He said these consultants could also suggest the right lingerie to be worn.

Muhammad Ramli added that the state government had engaged marriage consultants to mediate between feuding couples.


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