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I think they’re scared of the unknown or having the fear of being judged.
If you’re not meeting people via an app, it’s awkward meeting someone in real life especially if they bring someone with them.
A large part of female success is therefore defined by finding the right partner for her ‘success’.
I wouldn’t say women are inherently less ambitious, but their ambitions are not directed to what a capitalist part of the world would call success.
Also, I think people feel like they have to be the finished package before they are ready to spend their life with someone as opposed to growing as an individual with someone which can cause them to delay or neglect meeting people.
I think in general both sexes don’t know how to approach the app by being themselves. Muslims, for example, often get to know potential suitors with the aim of getting married as soon as possible. The dating pool might not scream talent, no matter what your preferences are, but when you add religion to the mix – in that, you’re trying to find someone on the same religious level as you – the pool may become smaller.Recently, we wrote about why Muslim women find it difficult to find a partner.It’s a Muslim dating app and therefore you’re stepping on eggshells when it comes to flirting.
Some don’t reciprocate the flirting which turns you off from flirting at all!
After all, Muslim men, like any group, are not a monolith – not all are mollycoddled and sheltered individuals, unable to reach the standards of Muslim women.