I find myself in a hard situation with a Muslim man I love.
I write because I don’t have resources within the Muslim community and would love that perspective.
What's the big deal with a little kiss or hand holding?
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Not all young Muslim Americans have serious religious upbringings.
But for those who do, the experiences between the genders is often strained and stunted by well-meaning but traditional parents and communities.
I know these are very personal and delicate matters for discussion, but given how essential they are to your life, to the whole Muslim Ummah, and to the future of Islam as our way of life these are matters we must discuss.
In Islam it has been made very clear as to what is acceptable and what is not acceptable between males and females who are not married to each other, so if all was going well in this critical area of life I wouldn’t need to say anything; but, all is not going well.
These relationships beyond the limits of Islam range from seemingly innocent friendships, to boyfriend-girlfriend relationships, all the way to the complete sexual relationship that has been made right by Allah only for those who are married to each other.
Do you think Allah has said there should be virtually no relationship at all between unmarried males and females because He doesn’t want you to have fun?
What Islam says is right is easy to remember because we are told that before marriage there is to be virtually no contact at all between males and females.
In today’s world, while still a minority, an increasing number of young Muslims are having relationships with members of the opposite sex that are clearly outside the limits set by Islam.
Believe me, I have spent many nights racking my brain trying to figure this one out for myself back in my teenage years.
I yearned for that one magical verse or explanation that makes everything clear.
As for the non-Muslim girls, talk to them, but don’t ever bring one home.", "As a fragmented diaspora that is racialized, [young Muslims] are both viewed as oppressed but also hyper-sexualized.