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    Have been seeing a lot of posts about these 2 categories of women recently.....

    No offence!
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    I'd marry a feminist, yes (in fact I'd prefer a feminist - why would I want to marry someone who doesn't believe in women's rights?). I wouldn't marry a Muslim girl as for me sex is an important part of a relationship and I couldn't wait until marriage for it.
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    Feminist, Have nothing against Muslims just that I want a girl to eat bacon with.
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    (Original post by Longshot700)
    Feminist, Have nothing against Muslims just that I want a girl to eat bacon with.
    Good point!


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    It doesn't matter, as long as she has a good heart
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    I would actually prefer if my future wife was a feminist. I have certain strong beliefs, and I want my significant other to share them to some extent.

    I wouldn't marry a Muslim, no. I couldn't marry someone with a strong belief in any major religion.
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    (Original post by georgiaswift)
    I'd marry a feminist, yes (in fact I'd prefer a feminist - why would I want to marry someone who doesn't believe in women's rights?). I wouldn't marry a Muslim girl as for me sex is an important part of a relationship and I couldn't wait until marriage for it.
    I agree with ur first point...... But what do you mean by 'sex is important and hence wouldn't marry a muslim?' U can have sex whenever u want. Or does it say in Islam that u should not have sex more than a limited number of time??


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    Feminist: Depends on what kind of feminist she is. If she simply believes in equal rights, fine, but I'm not marrying anybody who fosters a disproportionate victim complex and generally conforms to the negative stereotypes of feminists.

    Muslim girl: No.
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    Hell to the nooo.

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    (Original post by If u dont mind)
    I agree with ur first point...... But what do you mean by 'sex is important and hence wouldn't marry a muslim?' U can have sex whenever u want. Or does it say in Islam that u should not have sex more than a limited number of time??
    Premarital sex is forbidden in Islam.
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    (Original post by Withengar)
    I would actually prefer if my future wife was a feminist. I have certain strong beliefs, and I want my significant other to share them to some extent.

    I wouldn't marry a Muslim, no. I couldn't marry someone with a strong belief in any major religion.
    To live with someone with strong religious belief is indeed hard........... (Atleast for some of us)!!
    But i still prefer a muslim girl..... Maybe because i was bought up in an asian culture 😕


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    (Original post by Hydeman)
    Premarital sex is forbidden in Islam.
    The title says "marry" :lol:
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    (Original post by Lord Samosa)
    The title says "marry" :lol:
    Yes, but I presume that premarital sex is a prerequisite for marriage for georgiaswift.
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    Every girl I know refers to themselves as a feminist and I don't disagree with it, so of course I'd marry a feminist.
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    I wouldn't be opposed to marrying either. But neither could be in extreme forms or I don't think it would work.
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    (Original post by If u dont mind)
    To live with someone with strong religious belief is indeed hard........... (Atleast for some of us)!!
    But i still prefer a muslim girl..... Maybe because i was bought up in an asian culture 😕


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    The culture you were raised in is irrelevant. Most Asians aren't Muslim either way. Only around 25% of all Asians are Muslim, the rest being mostly Hindus, Buddhists or Sikhs.

    Numerous issues arise when marrying a Muslim - from issues with homophobia, sexism, sexual comparability and similar issues.
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    (Original post by Hydeman)
    Feminist: Depends on what kind of feminist she is. If she simply believes in equal rights, fine, but I'm not marrying anybody who fosters a disproportionate victim complex and generally conforms to the negative stereotypes of feminists.

    Muslim girl: No.
    Yeah a feminist who believes simply in equal rights is the best choice!!!
    Y not a muslim?
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    (Original post by If u dont mind)
    Yeah a feminist who believes simply in equal rights is the best choice!!!
    Y not a muslim?
    Our worldviews would be incompatible, especially with regards to how any potential children should be raised. Not worth the bother.
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    feminist don't make good wives based on what I've heard
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    (Original post by Withengar)
    The culture you were raised in is irrelevant. Most Asians aren't Muslim either way. Only around 25% of all Asians are Muslim, the rest being mostly Hindus, Buddhists or Sikhs.

    Numerous issues arise when marrying a Muslim - from issues with homophobia, sexism, sexual comparability and similar issues.
    Well none of these isses arrise if we are dealing with a muslim women......... It mostly happends when a muslim guy marries a muslim woman with such beliefs as if he is superior to his partner.

    I personally believe in equal rights and therefore no stuff like sexism or sexual comparability would exist between us. homophobia...... Well we r straight and we r marrying a girl.... So it wont affect those relationships would it?
 
 
 
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