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Suddenly, the forces of modernity are unleashing immense possibilities for desperate Indian men that want to interact with Indian women without the sword of marriage dangling on their heads. Parents want to know every move their daughters make. Dating apps have a creepiness factor for Indian women. Enforcers of “Indian moral values” can show up anytime to enforce ‘decency’ 4, There are limited public spaces to approach a woman in India. A deeply conservative society that considers dating as an alien idea.

However, there are several challenges that men face when dating women in India. Unless and until men have a nuanced understanding of these factors, they will find dating Indian women to be a miserable experience.

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And no one seems to want me in their families because I am too independent, do not have citizenship, do not want to take dowry, thus do not provide a lot of benefits.

I stay confused between being a Muslim, being a Pakistani and being a woman.

Most Pakistani women tend to not pursue these men for fear of being disowned, but many do and tweak the rules. Pakistani women are still valued in terms of how much benefit they can bring to Pakistani men and families.

Marriage is seen in terms of a huge dowry; education is a matter of family prestige and increasing the status of her future husband.

So many women choose to take hijab, and love practicing Islam, and yet there are so many women who don’t wear the headscarf or the dupatta (the scarf worn loosely around the chest), and people also accept them. He only gave up when he realized he couldn’t stop me. But to that Muslim man, I was an awesome woman: not because of who I was, but because I had shattered the stereotype that some white supremacists hold about Muslim women, and about Muslim male control. Because they ‘allow’ me to progress, I disrupt stereotypes of them as oppressive and backward.

When I moved to a western country, I found people constantly questioning me. Two of them even mocked me, with one calling me a ‘belly dancer’ in a vile way. Recently, a Pakistani guy in my city married a white woman.

They work hard to take care of everyone around them.

But they don’t know how beautiful and sexy they are. I have seen Pakistani women, even those wearing modest clothes, getting asked out by men from different races and countries.

I often ask myself: am I oppressed, am I liberated? I have dated non-Pakistani, non-Muslim men, although in great fear. The relationships did not work out primarily because I was always scared.

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