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Originally marketed with a “guardian” feature that required a family member to be carbon-copied on messages between users, Aneesa Memon, the app’s 26-year-old founder, says the feature wasn’t included in the app’s final release because “it became apparent that it wasn’t necessary.
Partners could determine for themselves if their families would approve or not approve.” Bliss is currently on hiatus (Memon says it found more traction in the Middle East than in the U.
The rest is history: After a brief period of “halal dating” (defined by Amer as “dating for the purpose of marriage”), Amer and Leyali married.
Haroon Moktarzhada, a dot-com veteran who co-founded Minder, explains the app’s appeal this way: “If you’re a Muslim limiting yourself to dating Muslims, your pool is small — mosque, school, and work friends.
They progressed from messaging to texting to phone calls and Face Time dates to a coffee date in Ohio — and strong feelings soon developed on both sides.
You meet two or three people and marry one of them instead of taking the time to meet many people and get an understanding of what you like.
Minder is a platform to do that.” “In America, the expectation of what a marriage is is very different than in more traditional, conservative societies,” he says.
You’d think as consistent victims of racism ourselves that we wouldn’t practice it among our own kind. So, I say it’s up to those of us who to stand with her and challenge the others who have yet to evolve and realize that we cannot stand for racism within our own communities any more than we can stand for it from the outside.
So too, we need to stop letting our parents and uncles “seek correspondence” for !