Ramifications of cross cultural dating

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The following article, conveys experiences, theories, and conjecture based on cross-cultural research by various psychologists, sociologists, and educators as well as my own experience and insights in working as a psychologist with South Asians in California.

Leaving one's home, extended family, culture, and country is a period of life that encourages reflection and exploration into one's roots, present encounters, and aspirations by telling one's stories and engaging in dialogue with one another.

Religious upbringing and culture affects rates of homosexuality.

The book My Genes Made Me Do it - a scientific look at sexual orientation, coauthored by biochemist Dr.

Muslims who are the first generation to be born and raised in the West face a unique dilemma.

They must harmonize between finding someone who is suitable religiously, and culturally.

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