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Tag: men and women

"Moroccan bachelors seek wives who work"

Here are short excerpts of an article which I found this morning on Magharebia web site. “Once upon a time, a primary school teacher could easily support his family single-handedly, but that has become very difficult now. The marriage age has risen in Morocco due to the increase in the cost of living. The concept

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undercover in the red-light district of Casablanca…

I googled information about this street…Lalla means Miss. Of course I wanted to know who is Lalla Yacout… I went down to the hotel reception to ask if they know – of course they didn’t. They know the name of the street but that’s it. I wanted to know. I googled more. I found almost

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bringing up tomorrow's fathers…

Yesterday was an International Women’s Day What Women Want June 2009 issue… Today I want to ask you:  What kind of men tomorrow’s fathers will be? How do you bring up your children? Do you think ‘boys are boys’ and girls are ‘princesses’? Is a woman’s place in the home? 1 in 4 say yes-poll Do

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what women want…I'm single and want to leave Egypt!

what women want…I’m single and want to leave Egypt!Previous what women want post is hereFebruary 2010 issue of the What women want magazine  includes an article  “I’m single and want to leave Egypt!” by Amany Eid There are many reasons why Egyptian women consider leaving Egypt:– look for another job– looking for better pay– to

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UPDATED!!! what women want…how to punish a rapist?

December 2009 issue of the What women want magazine  includes an article‘If I were Queen of Egypt’ by Amany Eid   This chapter is about rape.“As Queen of Egypt, it means I am female, so this means, I will not tolerate rape. So any rape incident that happens – the rapist, will get one of two choices, either he

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men and football plus a sex taboo…Hey, man how're you doing?

Egypt lost. Algeria won 1-0. It’s been a very silent day… (no, I don’t normally watch football…) “I have never seen this before. So much silence and heads lowered. It is as if we lost a war and our national pride. I am shocked, but for me, the match showed us that we cannot avoid the real

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is your husband a donkey? onko miehesi aasi?

My husband is not! He’s a man! and a really nice man… This one I don’t know if it’s a female or male. This donkey was standing and watching busy people leaving to school and work this morning. Do you have donkeys where you live? Or have you ever met a donkey? ps. you can

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