Also, as you say it would be difficult upon meeting him to have a discussion about his personal beliefs and convictions that would be totally reliable.
Not that I would expect deception, but it's likely that he might have internalized and subconscious beliefs that would end up being dealbreakers for me.
If you’re not planning on having sex with a guy, don’t play the game. Don’t pretend to be a player when you’re just a spectator.
for less than a year, but says he's planning to stay permanently now. I have no doubt there are Saudi Arabian men who are against their country's treatment of women, among other things, but doesn't it seem like those men would volunteer that info right up front, knowing that of course an American woman is going to wonder? I'd have some of the same concerns about possible internalized misogyny, as well as being from a country that is generally pretty religious and insular.
I wouldn't be worried about a man from all Middle Eastern countries, but that one is really something else.
So,how come he's mistaken choosing&deciding to stay at very expensive 5 stars hotels that have full information on website? Then he said he'll come again to Bali with his family. He finally changed my opinion that not all Arab are jerk. But still I stick with my pride as woman&a professional one to not take any personal emotion&be fooled by the guest. I had no idea if it's because of me, because of the impression of Bali as the Island of Gods or he just pretend to look missing me. And..bad thing happen after he returned to his country. Reasoned disagreement is welcome but not comments that are scurrilous, off-topic, commercial, disparaging religions, or otherwise inappropriate.
He asks me things about my daily personal life and family. I don't want to have bad reputation & be seen dating with Arab. For complete regulations, see the "Guidelines for Reader Comments".