What Does the Quran Say About Houri (Heavenly virgin)?
The word houri حُورٌ is the plural of masculine (muzakker) ahwar أَحْوَرُ and feminine (muennes) hawra حَوْراءُ . Therefore, the word hur is used for both masculine and feminine.
The word ‘În عِيْنٌ means those with big eyes. As a structure, this word is the plural of both the masculine a’yan أَعْــــيَــــنُ and the feminine ‘aynâ عًـيْـــنًاءُ . For this reason, the word ‘în includes both genders (Suleyman Ates, Quran Encyclopedia, VIII, 499; Ibn Mansur, Lisan al-Arab, H-V-R article, A-Y-N article).
The phrase hurun ‘în عِيْنٌ حُورٌ , formed by these two words together, means “big, bright eyes.” There is no indication that it is male or female.
In the Hereafter, there are the same kinds of rewards for men and women:
“Muslim men and Muslim women… Allah has prepared for them forgiveness and a great reward.” (Quran, al-Ahzab  35).
Hour does not mean a female or a woman or a sexuality in the Quran in any way! There is no mention in any verse that a man will be given 72 houris. Again, the Quran does not give any information about having sex with the hour.
Unfortunately, Islamic culture has feminized the hours and portrayed them as sexual objects. It is absolutely impossible to take such information seriously that does not appear in the Quran in this way, and moreover contradicts it.