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Most described a culture seemingly incompatible with a service such as Whos Here.In their view, older generations are mostly unaware of such apps and disapprove of dating itself.“Earlier, even Facebook was taboo,” wrote a 20-year-old Jeddah resident.Two different respondents, both Muslim and married, wrote that those who use apps are not serious or honest.Though young people no longer sneak around inordinately, she says, the concept of dating is still new.Older generations (which includes those in their 30s and 40s, she says) still prefer that couples date under supervision or over the phone.“Going anywhere outside of the compound would risk being deported.We initially got married so we could actually date properly.” Kuwait, like Saudi Arabia, is an Islamic society, and when Desert Girl first arrived in 1996, she says that no one would ever date out in public—though that rule didn’t apply to foreigners and married couples.
One way that Kuwait got around this was to have restaurants equipped with “cabinas,” private dining rooms where dating would take place behind literal closed doors.
Though these two had not dated, the rest of the respondents had all either nearly been caught themselves, or had heard about less fortunate instances.
One respondent, 33 and married, who has lived her whole life in the country, wrote that dating is not allowed; she does not know anyone using any such apps or websites.
I personally know many classmates who do it regularly, every time I pass by the Boulevaard or Tahliya street or whatever I see women walking there to get catcalled by men and exchange numbers.
I’ve even seen women who ask their drivers to follow an expensive car with handsome men to exchange numbers.