Well, I worked with a Pakistani man, and I did get a chance to meet both of his sisters. I don't think you can group all people from one gender of one country into a single basket, and I don't think you are but, there are some major cultural differences. Pakistan is a more conservative Muslim country, more so than Morocco or Egypt, so I would keep that in mind when reading posts on here. Women there simply don't have the same rights as men, I'm sorry to say.
Pakistani MenMajor red flags here, and a new word, cougars :: Reader comments at Daniel Pipes
Why do today's Pakistani Men act and behave the way they do? Before you begin to read this journal, I must warn you that the opinions expressed in this journal are just my opinions and thoughts that I have gathered over years from my own personal experiences. Along with experiences from both my male and the poor heartbroken female friends. So take this as a light read, don? I am glad I could help. NOT So Zinda Baadd Your typical traditional Pakistani man is a man who is very family oriented, good hearted person, hard working individual.
Pakistani Men---Major red flags here, and a new word, cougars
Despite their local and regional variations, marriages in Pakistan generally follow Islamic marital jurisprudence. Beyond age 20, both men and women are considered potential grooms and brides. Most marriages in Pakistan are traditional arranged marriages , semi-arranged marriages or love marriages. Normally the searching starts as soon the girl steps into her twenties.
Some forums can only be seen by registered members. Any experiences? I recently met a guy who is Pakistan-American. He's American, completely "westernized" and lives in New Jersey. He lives with his parents, which is a turn-off to me for someone in their mids I am very independent and like my men to be too!