Not many details in this article, no location given, though that might be deliberate, and the photos in the article show the sort of stuff you can buy in any of the fancy shops in the malls. Still, the publicity is sure to cause a stir and I imagine the owner will be receiving a visit in the near future from the Ministry of Labour or somesuch.
Source: NineMSN (Australia)
Wearing a veil and modest, flowing abaya, Khadija Ahmed looks an unlikely owner of the conservative Gulf's first sex shop.
She sees nothing wrong, however, with selling "joy jelly," edible undies or the vibrating accoutrements offered by such niche boutiques around the world, insisting that nothing in Islam forbids the pleasures of the bedroom.
"It's not a sex shop in the Western sense," she explained, "but a place to help married couples, and only married couples, enjoy sex to the full."