Dating in dubai
So yesterday marked 2 years since I moved here from Toronto, the initial plan was a 6 month stint, that changed to a 5 year plan.
It may also be an umbrella term used to categorise a broader spectrum of various hummus-sexual sub-identities. And it's even people who grew up here that are superficial. You see people struggle and even with whatever superficiality, it still feels safe to hint at a soul connection.I've also heard it's cause of my race (my background is irani/Pakistani).Most of the people around my age (26) I've met here, are the opposite of racist, so I find it hard to believe that I'm not meeting the right person because of my background.I think that's a little cynical and a massive generalization.I'm not superficial at all, being able to get along with someone and have common interests is a lot more important to me than what someone looks like.While I try to stay hopeful, I gotta say, it hasn't been the greatest experience.
There's been a few straight up disasters (finding out they're "professionals" half way through a date) and a lot of girls that are way too concerned with your career and your income right off the bat.
Some get lucky, some compromise, but overall, for many people, dating in Dubai is hard. I posted a short cynical primer here on dating for both boys and girls and got shot down, so don't expect too much sympathy.
Dating in Dubai is easy depending on what side of the equation you fall in.
On your other note: "the kind of girls I'm hoping to find become very superficial when they move to Dubai.
I think that's a little cynical and a massive generalization."It is pretty cynical, but it's pretty much correct, and I've seen it plenty of times.
If I wanted to meet spiritual people, I'd go on a Yoga retreat to India.