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28-Feb-2018 15:37

Algerian fans celebrate in Algiers in June after Algeria qualified for the knock-out round of the World Cup after their match with Russia.

Football and riots help relive tension for many young men in the North African country.

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The testimony I have collected in 15 towns and cities (including Algiers, Oran, Annaba, Bejaia, Tizi Ouzou, Ouargla and Chelf) agrees, without significant regional variation, with the views of the researchers and professionals I have spoken to.

As Idir from Tizi Ouzou says, “The first time you go with a girl, you only know what you’ve seen in porn videos.”Living in golden cages Managing their sexuality is the major concern of most young people, because of their close and obsessive relationship with religion.

“Because, apart from sex, they have everything,” says Kamel Daoud of the . Every town needs a swimming pool, a library, a sports ground, a cinema, a theatre, but there’s absolutely nothing.”Keltouma Aguis is studying for a doctorate in anthropology at the National Centre for Research in Social and Cultural Anthropology in Oran.

Having said that, both sides are moved by the same urges to sex and violence.

The difference is that the Islamist movements have a lot of money, so they always win.”Another heavy burden on youth is custom and social control.

The testimony I have collected in 15 towns and cities (including Algiers, Oran, Annaba, Bejaia, Tizi Ouzou, Ouargla and Chelf) agrees, without significant regional variation, with the views of the researchers and professionals I have spoken to.

As Idir from Tizi Ouzou says, “The first time you go with a girl, you only know what you’ve seen in porn videos.”Living in golden cages Managing their sexuality is the major concern of most young people, because of their close and obsessive relationship with religion.

“Because, apart from sex, they have everything,” says Kamel Daoud of the . Every town needs a swimming pool, a library, a sports ground, a cinema, a theatre, but there’s absolutely nothing.”Keltouma Aguis is studying for a doctorate in anthropology at the National Centre for Research in Social and Cultural Anthropology in Oran.

Having said that, both sides are moved by the same urges to sex and violence.

The difference is that the Islamist movements have a lot of money, so they always win.”Another heavy burden on youth is custom and social control.

“In Algeria,” says Said, 24, whom I meet in a café in Bejaia, “you can’t break the rules — you can’t actually have sex with a girl, or swear at your parents.