But my friends have gotten married off the apps.”] Yes. But you have to include the disclaimer that Islam forbids premarital sex. “I think what Islam does say is that if somebody has a sexual history, it’s not anybody’s business to talk about it. Anything that they’ve done is between them and God. But it seems like in the relationships that you’re describing to me, that’s not the case is at all.“Oh no. A lot of my girlfriends that are married, you know, they’re super well-educated.
You don’t have to repent to your future spouse all the things you’ve done beforehand, because it’s not about that.”I feel like when you reached out to me, you had a story that you wanted to tell me. “One thing that is important is that you never really hear about Muslims and romance. A lot of the Muslim relationships that I know, even my own parents who are conservatives, are two-income households.
See if there were any mutual friends just to get more insight about that person’s character and that family’s character and the reputation that they have.
And then, if both families have approved it, then we would get married.”Are you on any dating apps?
And anyone who identifies as a Black Muslim — there are less of them on these apps. In your experience, do people talk about their sex lives with their friends?