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Women, in general, are viewed as victims of male oppression.
That’s because most of the backlash against Muslims is geared towards Muslim men.
If you’re not meeting people on apps, meeting someone in real life is awkward – especially if they bring someone with them (a chaperone, for example a relative or family friend, to make the situation more ‘halal’ or just for guidance).
It’s quite normal for first meetings but not everyone will tell you whether they’re bringing someone.
After all, Muslim men, like any group, are not a monolith – not all are mollycoddled and sheltered individuals, unable to reach the standards of Muslim women.
We spoke to five different Muslims based in the UK, US, and Canada to find out where dating is going wrong for them.This doesn’t seem unique to Muslim or South Asian culture.