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You know, I think it's going to be coffee," Mike says earnestly, the sun setting in the desert hills behind him, with the Valley of the Kings just beyond. --but more drinks--and she comes close to me and starts touching me, and says she likes me." "And what did you do?

Islamists and others would have us believe religion is the only reason this kind of activism isn’t happening in Egypt.

“Sex and the Citadel” sets out to debunk such fairytales.

In March, when the Muslim Brotherhood was still in power, it made a point of bashing prostitutes’ rights on its official website.

Now, it’s the idea of “protection and respect” for prostitutes, rather than the industry itself, that gets blamed on “cultural invasion.” But is this so-called invasion really coming from the West?