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They don't trust themselves

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Submitted by Lina (United Kingdom), Nov 3, 2019 at 18:04

They themselves can't be trusted for more than a few minutes, so they presume we're the same. My Kurdish ex was also very overbearing, in fact they are usually stricter than Arabs when it comes to women. No, they don't usually cover up but every movement has to be accounted for.

Sometimes it's best to leave them to their own women. Most of the time, they're beyond comprehension.

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