Dating for my partners islamic way
But things went south when, on separate occasions, her online dates turned out to be completely different from their profiles (one already had a girlfriend and the other got drunk and popped Xanax).
“I was appalled at how well [one of the guys] played off the innocent boy act when he was actually a fuqboi [a.k.a. “Finally, after a couple hours, I got out of there by acting as if I had a strict curfew and had to get home.” Which goes to show that no matter what type of newfangled, love-luring app or site comes down the pipeline, nothing is foolproof.
Minder is an alternative to platforms like Tinder, where “swiping” for casual dates is not the end goal, marriage is.
Its tag line is “the place for awesome Muslims to meet” and it imitates a lot of features found on the popular dating apps.
My parents think ‘dating’ someone is a step toward settling down and marriage.” She has gone on dates set up by friends and family, but all of them have been unsuccessful.