A friend of his whom he had known since the age of 10, when the friend was 12, had seduced Ari into the more intimate world of sexuality with kissing, licking and eventually intercourse, which Ari says he liked from the very start.At no point in our talk did he express any disturbing emotions or trauma from his early sexual encounters.His major complaint is having to hide his truth and feeling negatively judged by society.“Guys talk about girls all the time and are frustrated because society says no sex before marriage.The organization Reporters Without Borders has called for the immediate release of Ben Saida.The journalists' rights group says he is the first journalist to be arrested in the country since the fall of its dictator Zine al-Abidine Ben Ali last year.
Thoughtful, expressive, verbal (4 languages), introspective, narcissistic and gay.
The Tunisian justice ministry announced last Thursday that this was a contravention of the country's morality and tradition laws.
Police then arrested the paper's publisher, Nasreddine Ben Saida, its editor-in-chief and one journalist.
Ari readily admits that he is easily urged to love and passion by his heart: “First by my heart, then my cock then my brain is last,” he said laughing.
Such impulses lead him to slippery feelings for other men, with shallow judgments and intense desires.