Here in the U.S., sex is a common topic in media and in everyday conversation. But in parts of the Middle East, sex is talked about in very different ways. These differences have led to some misconceptions in the West about how sexuality is expressed in predominantly Muslim countries. Dr. Sara Nasserzadeh is a sex and relationship specialist and the chair of the Middle East Sexual Health Committee at the World Association for Sexual Health. She joins Worldview to shed some light on the sexual realities of the Middle East. Also, Worldview takes your calls at 312-923-9239.