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Minder is an alternative to platforms like Tinder, where “swiping” for casual dates is not the end goal, marriage is.Its tag line is “the place for awesome Muslims to meet” and it imitates a lot of features found on the popular dating apps.With a membership that numbers more than 35,000 lonely hearts, the app mimics traditional Muslim chaperone-accompanied matchmaking by allowing women to include guardians in their conversations with potential matches, and claims to be for single Muslims seeking marriage.
“I was appalled at how well [one of the guys] played off the innocent boy act when he was actually a fuqboi [a.k.a. “Finally, after a couple hours, I got out of there by acting as if I had a strict curfew and had to get home.” Which goes to show that no matter what type of newfangled, love-luring app or site comes down the pipeline, nothing is foolproof.
We still must question who it is exactly that is texting or messaging us because, more often than not, one’s online presentation is enhanced—some go so far as to fictionalize their personalities to get dates.
Those who remain 100 per cent honest about who they are when using dating tools are few and far between.
Unlike his son, Dev’s dad had no choice but to select his wife from two arranged marriage presentations, so when Dev opens up about his ambivalence toward commitment, his immigrant father scolds him for his indecision.
Many young Muslims growing up in North America today share Dev’s uncertainty.