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Marriage and kids are not optional when dating a Muslim

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Submitted by Jaime (United States), Dec 30, 2019 at 05:42

I briefly dated a Muslim guy. He was 28 years old. I found him to be very jealous and controlling and possessive. And quite honestly the idea of getting hitched and having so many kids (he kept talking about kids all the time) was really a big turn-off to me. I think most Muslim men will not mesh well with American culture and that most of them are just scamming and on the make. And even if you find one that's not (needle in the haystack), most of them are just a pain in the butt.

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