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"What's the point of dating a Muslim? Because you're marrying a Muslim." -Dylan Redwine, writer.
"Dating Muslims is like dating a member of the Mafia. You may not want to be indian matrimonial sites in canada with them but they do." -David Pogue, author.
"I've dated Muslims, and I don't see why you would want to be. It's just not worth it." -Shirley MacLaine, writer and columnist.
"I don't date Muslim men, I marry a Muslim. I don't know why you'd want to date a Muslim, and I don't date the other Muslim guys who are trying to make this all about them. That's what's wrong with the world right now." -Steve Sailer, author and radio host.
"I've never seen anything remotely like it. I met a Muslim guy in a uae girls bar once that I felt like a little weird about and I didn't date him for a few years, but now, with the help of the dating site, I'm dating him again. It's awesome. I can see how this was an incredible shock to all the non-Muslim men out there who were trying to fit in." -Cody Wilson, writer and comedian.
"We have a whole world to explore and explore that in a very honest way, and I think it's important that people can feel comfortable doing that." -Rajesh De, actor and comedian.
"I don't mind going with a Muslim girl in the US, or anywhere else, but when you're dealing with Muslims you need to know that they are aware of what's happening in the world. We're being slaughtered in the Middle East. There's nothing that we should have to hide." -Katherine Haddish, comedian.
"I think the beauty in this whole thing is that it's very open. I think there's no need for me to be the 'cool girl' who gets to get out of here with the most liberal attitudes, or the 'hot chick' who is more interested in talking about her sex life. People are going to have to do that. I'm sure it's going to be controversial, and I'm sure people will sex dating bristol get into trouble for it, but that's not the point. The point is that I can't go back to my real life. I'm on a tour and I'm going to the Middle East for a month so I can talk about my sex life and my relationship with my ex-husband." -Kristen Bell, actress.
"I just hope that people muslims marriage don't put so much pressure on women to change themselves. If you're a woman, you have to be a woman, period. You can't change that." -Eddie Redmayne, actor. "I'm just going to focus on myself and my self-esteem because I'm the most confident I've ever been. I don't want people to tell me, 'Oh, you're too scared to be a woman.' I'm a strong woman, and I'm still proud of myself. I want to prove people wrong." -Jessica Chastain, actor. "I am a man. I am not a woman, no matter what people want to do with me." -Emma Stone, actress. "In my life, I have to have a man in my life. If I don't have a man, I'm just not happy. So if they want to use that in a negative way, it's their problem." -Sofia Vergara, actress.
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