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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.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.Another, a 29 year-old British expat who is Christian, married and has lived in Saudi Arabia for two years, says that she and her husband had to sneak around.ith the help of Susie Khalil, an American blogger living in Jeddah, we conducted a Facebook survey of current Saudi Arabia residents to get their views on dating and the apps that enable it.Most described a culture seemingly incompatible with a service such as Whos Here.According to Shirin Rai Gupta, a company employee and PR representative, Truly Madly rejects about 12 percent of the profile photos uploaded each day.Keeping out imposters and married men seems to be the main problem and priority.
“Going anywhere outside of the compound would risk being deported.
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.
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.
Men and women would enter and exit separately and travel in separate cars.“Now, things have changed dramatically,” writes Desert Girl.