I'd be open to it, but it would depend on what we have in common and our mindsets on eachother, how close we truly are and etc, I'd also have to be able to just change my religion which isn't something that I'd consider an easy thing to do. People are very stingy when it comes to that sort of stuff and I wouldn't consider myself much different from them. I would be open to it though, would just depend a lot on her and the relationship in general.
What is religion? If someone doesn't accept what the religion says in the heart , he cannot be a member of its religion so just for her girlfriend nobody can change his religion just pretends and her stupid girlfriend thinks he changed as if this is that much easy.
I'm Muslim and I wouldn't change my religion to marry someone and I obviously don't want someone to convert just to marry me. However if they did convert because of their own personal conviction then of course that would be lovely.
I'm bisexual, so would I be open to dating a Muslim woman? Sure, if she was open to it, and I liked her. (Which I realize probably wouldn't be too common, at least among conservative Muslims.) But I would convert to Islam for my boyfriend? No. One, I don't agree with organized religion in general. Two, I don't like the way most Islamic countries treat women. The issue of sexism certainly isn't unique to Islam, but it's a deeprooted issue in many Islamic countries. My issue also isn't strictly rooted in the hijab, niqab, burqa or whatever else. If a woman chooses to wear it, that's her deal. However, I don't agree with much of the ideology behind this style of dress. It's just as objectifying to women as revealing clothing can be, just in a different way.
I'm straight so I'll answer in reverse. I would never go Muslim for a boyfriend or husband. I've dated a few Muslim men in the past so I read the Quran. With all due respect, it is the most bipolar book I have ever read.
Had a muslim boyfriend. When we started talking marriage I researched his religion for over a year. To my astonishment, islam is weird, cultish, and super political af! Honestly, it's better if a muslim converts to your religion or no religion at all, then you converting to theirs. Besides, converting for love is one of the worst reasons to convert.
You can't just change your beliefs because you love someone. And if they really loved me, it wouldn't matter what religion I was anyway.
It's not as simple as it sounds to just "Change your religion". I wouldn't do it. My religion/beliefs are too important and forbids me to be with someone of a different religion. Before you say something about my religion "forbidding" me to be with someone of a different religion, that is a choice. It's my choice and I choose not to. I know people of the same religion as I, who has indeed dated someone of a different religion.
I would never convert for anyone, that goes against my values, if I convert it's because it's my decision and no one influenced me to do so, anyway I'd never become a Muslim it goes against what I believe, and of course I'll never marry a Muslim