Or would you think he would be too controlling? I'm dating a muslim guy and his family is not strict. I'm a christian by the way.
Most Helpful Guy
there is huge difference between 2 cultures m not against any one or any religion but i want to share my experience what ever i have seen, coz Muslim guys r nice but with time they start following their traditions and expect us to follow it too which is quiet difficult for us ( non Muslims), n too b frankly i got no problem with those rituals but i can't digest their rules. rest is on u but if u r interested in him then its better to get converted or else it won't work0THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE
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Hell no. After my two year long experience of dating a Muslim man, I will never date another one again. Never.
First of all, it's essentially futureless because I will never convert to Islam and there is no way in hell I will teach my daughters and sons to follow that religion. I will never be a Muslim woman. So there's really no point in nurturing a romantic connection with a Muslim man.
Second, there are some cultural values of Islam that I really can't stand such as nosey, intrusive parents and walking into a marriage uninformed because you're not supposed to live with someone before marriage according to Islam.
The Muslim guy I dated was from the Middle East. He came here wanting to live the stereotypical American lifestyle, being a sneaky, shady whore and doing things women would get shamed for where he's from. Plus he had like this really backwards, emotionally abusive attitude where he would disrespect my feelings yet expect the utmost respect and honor. He and his friends certainly encouraged the "Muslim men are crazy and controlling" stereotype. I will never give that situation another try.0THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE