DUH!(Original post by DanB1991)
Dem hijab girls doe!!!
Funnily enough they actually can have quite a "slutty" reputation in some social circles. Remember it being so in Leicester, the theory there was that most wear them to keep the pretence up of being religious to their parents.
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Would you ever date a girl with a headscarf?? watch
- 17-05-2015 05:18
- 17-05-2015 06:08
[COLOR=rgba(0, 0, 0, 0.701961)]Well as a muslim girl myself depending on who you are when wearing a scarf its religious reasons some have other reasons eg- parents
sometimes people stereotype girls who wear scarfs because their forced literally It just depends on who you are! I mean i wear it because its in my religion im not forced to by parents its a choice! Just like many other girls out there. Also again usually someone will not go out or date anyone if their non muslim but again society has changed and people do as they please regardless of the hijab [/COLOR][COLOR=rgba(0, 0, 0, 0.701961)]
(Original post by Anonymous)
- 17-05-2015 11:14
why do you think so far ahead about parents approval be4 u have even been on a date? I don't mean sound rude or anything but wouldn't it make sense to at least try first or just go on one date for abit of fun? u think too much like my mum
- 17-05-2015 11:21
A hot Iranian chick maybe, yeah. Anyone else, not so much.
- 17-05-2015 12:23
- 17-05-2015 12:24
Yeah, if she was dead randy underneath it. Like the one in Eastenders.
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- 17-05-2015 12:28
- 17-05-2015 12:29
Cheers hombre.Last edited by SaucissonSecCy; 17-05-2015 at 13:05.
(Original post by Law-Hopeful)
- 17-05-2015 15:12
Hmm, so you'd contemplate a relationship with a 'liberal' muslim, is what I think you're saying?
Wouldn't they still, in all likelihood, still believe in an afterlife; believe life on earth is merely a means to an end and not an end in itself (a 'test'; likely to be against equal marriage and gay adoption etc; want to raise their children is an 'islamic household' etc? Of course, these may not be deal breakers for you, but they would most certainly be deal breakers for me.
Not to mention that Muslims are prohibited from dating (afaik) and especially dating a non-muslim (let alone a 'kaffir' atheist )...
After-life? Yes. And thus the second thing? Yes. Being against gay rights? No. being against marriage of homosexuals? Well, I am, because marriage is a private institution and I would want to separated from the state. I don't think the state should deal in marriages. And I don't think legal rights should be given to people who in monogamous relationships over those who are single, hence, **** marriage for anyone outside of religion. Gays should obviously be allowed to create their own religion/denomination that lets them get married. And those who like to have sex with dogs should be able to create their own religion that lets them do that. None of these people will get extra legal rights for being married though over someone who is single.
There would also be a reason for wedding providers in rented out churches that are secular and private sector too then. Sounds great; more jobs for the economy. And secular people don't lose out at all whereas religious people get their religious freedom.
Someone believing in the afterlife really doesn't matter to me; why should I care if they have the same moral values as me, as to why they have those moral values? If they are still good people, then I don't care why they are good really. The only exception would be the very awkward pascal's wager but most of the intelligent liberal Muslims I know aren't good for that reason, rather they believe in an objective morality and feel compelled to act in that way even if they were somehow to be punished for it (which of course to them is not possible, but the point remains).
Raising the kiddie-winks in such a manner though would be a deal breaker for me. I would gladly teach them about religion but they would not be habitually going to mosque or praying that's for sure because that's far too biased.
Well, they are, but then some still do, much like many Christians still refuse to turn the other cheek.