Muslim dating in america
In America, Muslims must think like Jason Bourne, practicing our rituals with clandestine skill to avoid awkward confrontations.
For instance, it’s not easy to find creative space to pray while providing logical explanations to those who find you in mid-prostration.
I go cruising at KL sauna/spas and the two cruising Lake parks in Kelana Jaya and Tasik Permaisuri in Cheras. I like to describe it as “thriving but we have to keep up with appearances”.
In this sense, I am only “out” with my close friends. Of course in urban areas such as KL, gay men and women can be as out as they want.
He identifies himself as a liberal Muslim, someone who practices his religion sparingly. So most people at my workplace know about my sexual orientation.
Generally, outside the office I do not portray myself as gay, or at least try to not do so.
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Islam is not known for its tolerance of the LGBT community and its lifestyle, even though in many Muslim countries sex between men is not uncommon due to the prohibitions of interaction between the sexes. I reached out to some friends, and in turn a couple of brave Malays stepped forward to be interviewed. Members of the Malay ethnic group basically have no choice in their religion. Relatives are usually the most persistent ones who never fail to ask: “So when is your time? (Eid), weddings, and other communal Malay gatherings.
They are raised Muslim and are expected to follow its principles. Do you feel that you are able to be “out” in your daily life, or are you only able to be open with close friends? At the office, being gay is an accepted norm as I am in the creative/media line.