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Reading Miss Manners last week reminded me that dating began in the Roaring Twenties.

There was nothing resembling our concept of dating until the 1920s.

Men went out of the house to deal with the world of business, government and military; women stayed close to home and tended the crops, the animals and the household.

The ranking, behavior and appropriate attitude for each family member was clearly defined: imperious mother-in-law, submissive youngest child, etc.

Little written evidence of either true marriage ceremonies or marriages as a concept has been found.

Usually there was a grand party associated with the joining of two people, but we believe it was simply a social affair and had no real religious or legal bearing.

The veil was outlawed; civil marriage and divorce were established; Turkish women obtained the right to vote (long before women in Switzerland had that right), to hold political office, and to bequeath and to inherit wealth in their own right.

Though these reforms were dramatically effective, society does not change easily or quickly, and even Atatürk's bold, foresightful measures could not change everyone's thinking all at once.

The concept of marriage in Egypt is not an easy topic.

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), I developed a massive crush on my thirtysomething single driver from Hawzen, which I later found out was reciprocated. Generally nothing deep, more like "good morning", "good night", "how are you doing? which might be due to the patchy Internet connection or that he's busy with work. In addition to the language barrier (his English is pretty basic), I'm sure there's a huge cultural divide that I'm not even aware of.

On a recent trip to Tigrai (where I had an amazing time! He sends me Whats App messages pretty much every day. The chats only last a few minutes and more often than not they end rather abruptly... Does he just want to be friends or is there more to it?

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