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Abused hubbies subjected to kinky sex and orgies: Support Group

MALACCA - Kinky sex is among the cases that new non-governmental organisation Man Aid Force (Mafor) has handled since it was set up three weeks ago to help abused men.

Its secretary Nur Azlen Hashim said such cases were an eye-opener to the 35-member committee that aimed to help men who were victims of domestic violence and sex abuse.

She spoke of two cases, the first involving a 35-year-old man from Kuala Lumpur who claimed that his wife would tie and whip him during sex. "Another claimed that his 25-year-old wife sought out foreign workers from their neighbourhood for group orgy sessions," she said.

In the first case, the man claimed that his wife was a tyrant who told him that no one would believe him even if he lodged a report against her.

"The husband, a professional, came to us for help as he wants a separation from his wife whom he believes suffers from psychiatric problems," said Nur Azlen. "The man was subjected to torture every time he has sex with his wife," she said after a Mafor meeting with several volunteers at Taman Melaka Raya.

The other victim, also a 35-year-old from Selangor, alleged that his wife had a fetish for group sex.

This man, Nur Azlen said, had married just seven months ago to a woman chosen by his parents.

"The wife told him that she had no love for him and wanted to fulfil her kinky sex behaviour and that he should not question her," she said.

The man had sought for a divorce but the wife threatened to lodge a report against her husband for physical abuse if he told anyone of her unusual antics.

Nur Azlen said the woman was now pregnant and the husband denied that he was the father. "He claimed that he had not had sex with her since she started bringing other men into their bedroom."

Mafor, Nur Azlen said, would provide legal redress and moral support to the men.

Nur Azlen said Mafor was also re-evaluating a police report lodged against a 31-year-old doctor from here who was falsely accused of storing drugs by his estranged wife.

"The doctor had to spent a few days in a lock-up after the wife lodged a report against him as a way to get custody of their children."

Nur Azlen said those in need of help should contact Mafor hotline at 018-221 0881.

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Many men would 'die' to be in their shoes :D
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