Home Donate. Dating Life in the Middle East? No, thanks Ask questions and discuss your relationships with partners or parents, family or friends. Being a gay here has never been easy but I guess that it is going get worse and in the times of pandemic, I just feel like dating in such a country is almost impossible and having a relationship is even harder. Do you people have any experience in a middle eastern country?
'Egyptian police using gay dating apps to hunt members of LGBT community'
Egypt police ‘using dating apps’ to find and imprison LGBT+ people | The Independent
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Everything you need to know about being gay in Muslim countries
Using social media and apps such as Grindr, Egyptian police are creating fake profiles that they use to meet gay, lesbian, bi and trans people, at which point they are picked up off the street and arbitrarily arrested, Human Rights Watch said on Thursday. Police then unlawfully search through the content of their phones to justify keeping them in detention and bring charges against them. Security forces questioned her about her private life, her sex-reassignment surgery and her relationship with other activists, she said.
They do — and for many of them, the attitudes of family and society are a much bigger problem than the fear of being persecuted. When the US supreme court ruled in favour of same-sex marriage last year, the White House welcomed it with rainbow-coloured lights and many people celebrated by adding a rainbow tint to their Facebook profile. For the authorities in Saudi Arabia, though, this was cause for alarm rather than celebration, alerting them to a previously unnoticed peril in their midst. The first casualty was the privately run Talaee Al-Noor school in Riyadh which happened to have a rooftop parapet painted with rainbow stripes.