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"One girl I dated from Montreal. We got together during my summer break. I was really interested in her and told her I wanted to marry her. She asked me to come back and have dinner sometime that month. I did and when I returned a few days later, she was already waiting for me. I told her about our first date, and she told me she was interested in being in a relationship. She said that she'd never seen a man with her heart."

"I was at a friend's house the weekend that my parents went away to visit my sister in Michigan. I had just gotten back from getting a job in Florida and it was a Sunday afternoon. I was about to leave, when this woman walked up to me and told me that she and a friend were waiting for me outside. I said, "okay, who's that?"

She told me her name was "Sofia." I said, "Oh, great, I forgot about you. It's nice to see you again." She replied, "I'm sorry, my name is Sofia. I live in Toronto and I want to be in a relationship with you." I thought, "What's her name?"

"Oh, it's Amanda. She's going to be coming over." I went inside the friend's house and said, "Amanda, I just got back from a job with them in Florida. They said that they wanted to meet you. What are you going to do for me today?" I said, "Oh, what do you mean? You don't have to meet me. Just come and see me." She said, "Oh, I'll be there in 15 minutes." I waited 15 minutes. She said, "Okay, I'll see you indian matrimonial sites in canada in 15 minutes. Okay, bye." I went over and I met Amanda. I told her, "Amanda, I've been waiting for you for like four years. I'm going to ask you out. Are you going to say yes?" She said, "Yes." And I said, "Great. Let's go out to dinner." And I waited. She said, "Okay." Then, she left, and I waited.

And then the conversation got very heated. She was like, "You've been waiting for me for four years. Why did you wait for me, and what is wrong with you? Why didn't you say, 'Yeah, but I'm not interested, and I'm like, 'You know what, I'm a man. You're not a woman.' " I said, "Well, that's not what I meant." And she was like, "No, I muslims marriage think you're a woman." So I was like, "Yeah, yeah, I know. I'm a woman. I'm a woman." She was like, "You're a man! You're a man! But I don't know what you are. I sex dating bristol have no idea what you are." It was a lot of heated conversation. I was like, "What do I do? I'm not uae girls doing this to be with a woman. It's not like this is like a relationship or anything. I'm going to keep talking to you until I figure this out, and we're going to work on it, and then we're going to move on." So, we did, and then we moved on to edmonton muslim the other guy that was the opposite. I was just like, "I'm going to get the fuck out of here."

But this guy I was dating was also gay. He was my first gay man. So, we both felt that we were sort of on the same wavelength. It was kind of like, "Yeah, we're both gay, so we have to date each other." I didn't really understand how he knew I was gay. I guess he could feel that I was a little bit more open. But I also didn't really understand what his problem was.

I'm not going to go into too much detail because we're not really talking about it because I was afraid he would start thinking we were dating and start seeing me as a girlfriend. But he was also very much interested in my body, I guess. He always said, "I sweedish men like your body. What about you?" And I said, "Well, I know, but you also like it." And he would just laugh at that, but he'd say, "I like your face, but you're really hot." And I'd have to smile and pretend to be flirting and flirt with him, and then he would start getting really, really interested in me. And then I'd make some effort to get close to him and we'd talk and then we'd go out to dinner and he'd just stare at me for hours. I had to just be quiet about it because then it felt like, you know, that was an inappropriate thing to do. But he was a good kid. He wasn't a bad kid, but he was a kid. So he's the type of guy who always wanted to know more about me, and he was kind of like an old man at the end of the day.

And it's funny because I actually went to his school, and I knew this girl who had gone there. And I didn't see him often, and I would call him, and I'd just say, "Hey, I know this girl and we were just talking about this guy," but I always called him back right away. And he never wanted to talk to me. But I just figured that it was because he was from a different world, like, he'd never really been to another country. And that he had never seen another culture. And that he just had to know more about me. And that's the kind of attitude that, I think, some of vivastreet pakistani these people who are just going around talking about this kind of nonsense and trying to make people think that all muslims are like that, and like they think, "Oh, there's a group of people in the West who are so intolerant and hate other cultures and other people, and that's just what happens when you come to America." You see it with every immigrant to America, and then you go into a different culture and you think, "Oh, these people are so horrible." Because they are! They have no right to say what they think! So, I think the reason, like, when they say things like, "We need to be better about our relationship with other cultures, because we're importing this thing called terrorism," and you know, "All of this is happening because we are not tolerant enough, and we're importing this, this foreign mentality," and all the stuff, I think it's just because people have no sense of what kind of culture they're talking about.