Dating a man from saudi arabia
They don’t realize that you can care about your family and house and you can work at the same time.
That really sucks.” — “A lot of women talk about not being able to do the same things men can here, but I feel it’s the other way around: men my age can’t do what I do.
I remember my family used to ask me to remove it at least at home, but I wouldn’t. I have never been stared at when I wear my veil on my face and I regularly go out with friends to malls and stuff and have an absolutely amazing time.” — “One of the problems is that some women here don’t like to identify as feminists.
They don’t care if they just stay home like the furniture.
My family believes in arranged marriages; they are totally against love and personal freedom in making a separate decision.
But I will never enter an arranged marriage, no matter what.” — “I like that I can feel comfortable wearing my hijab here.It’s been about five years [since I visited America], and the racism since then seems to have highly increased.