He's a very kind man and is so good to me that sometimes I think he's too good to be true.I was very hesitant to start a relationship with him since I'm aware of some stereotypes.He has US citizenship and is a successful engineer, he has never been married nor does he have kids.He isn't too religious and admits that if he was, dating isn't allowed, but he prays and observes Ramadan, doesn't drink, eat pork etc.Hi, I'm very afraid to post my question here due to the responses I might get, but at the same time, I know many of you can give insight that I can't see since I wasn't brought up in the same culture and religion. I'm 26 and have been dating a 34 year old Pakistani man for nearly 2...
Cue all of my cousins constantly uploading selfies on Facebook and updating their Twitter accounts like there’s no tomorrow.
I have a close friend whose dad is from India who has a similar background to your guy who is as American as you get.
He was also a Marine and put his life on the line in Iraq.
The world expects us to be either the frothy-mouthed zealots or mini-mart owners they see on TV.
In Pakistan, almost the entire school curriculum is taught in English, and this has created generations of Pakistanis who navigate English with complete ease.