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We operate in a bubble within a bubble." "Usually, we meet at a cafe known for being a gay hangout.
I start with small talk and if she is being receptive, I know that she does not mind a relationship, without the need to ask her directly, as it may strain the situation," she explains.
Dating is challenging anywhere, but dating in conservative countries like those of the Arabian Gulf is a grand adventure. Young people in the Gulf are very creative when it comes to avoiding the strict rules of the game imposed by society, and navigate love in an underground full with its own rules that defy traditions. The affluent class, often Westernized and more liberal, tends to be more accepting of the concept of dating.
Mariam says: "Most of my family knows I am in a relationship.
The majority of men who get into a relationship with you believe that what you two are doing is wrong, and thus would not consider marrying a girl they have been in a relationship with before marriage," Abeer says. "I got to know a young man and we would meet in public, but only our close friends knew about our relationship. There is a more conservative and religious class, especially the one with a tribal or fundamentalist background.
But even there, love, dating, and other things are inevitable.
Their attitude to dating can be said to be contradictory, if not hypocritical, engaging in dating while at the same time frowning upon it "Through experience and dealing with young men, you know that getting serious with someone after a relationship is often a lie. He gave me back the phone after he calmed down, and after a period of time he forgave me as long as I didn't do this again," Mariam said. Probably a natural consequence of dating in a secretive and unhealthy underground.
'” "I was once dating someone, and we were about to get married, but our families disapproved, because of conflicting political interests.