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in response to reader comment: Im so agree

Submitted by Lina (United Kingdom), Dec 10, 2020 at 06:38

Socially, Moroccan women have a reputation for being more promiscuous but in terms of personality I find them to be (generally) quite friendly. Egyptian women are usually more conservative but it's probably because the men are so strict. They don't have much freedom at all, while in Morocco I saw women everywhere. The women are a reflection of the men. So who knows how they'd behave if they had more rights. Lol.

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