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“We have come a long way in the last few years and dating is slowly getting socially and culturally acceptable,” Gupta wrote in an email.The internet has opened new doors for single women in highly traditional societies, allowing them to chat with strangers discreetly from their homes, away from the eyes of family members.Saudi Arabia currently has the world’s Nikia Johnson, who works for Whos Here, said in an email that Saudis use the app to make and meet new friends who are in their area or when traveling, as well as to chat and meet with people for dating purposes.Two different respondents, both Muslim and married, wrote that those who use apps are not serious or honest.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.India is a little further along the dating-as-acceptable-social-practice spectrum, but safety and verification are still significant issues.
Members of India’s number two dating app (after Tinder), called Truly Madly, must have a “Trust Score” of 30 percent or higher in order to get a match or initiate contact with another user.
Kuwait’s divorce rate is about 50 percent, there are many more women in the workforce, and Kuwaiti women are now marrying foreign men—something that was completely unheard of 10 years ago.
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.
And no one wants to admit to their parents that they met online.
Her reputation and marriage prospects could be out the window.