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“Before I was married, I only saw my husband on the one-kilometer-square compound I lived on,” she wrote.
“Going anywhere outside of the compound would risk being deported.
We initially got married so we could actually date properly.” Kuwait, like Saudi Arabia, is an Islamic society, and when Desert Girl first arrived in 1996, she says that no one would ever date out in public—though that rule didn’t apply to foreigners and married couples.
Most marriages were arranged, and any actions a woman took that might be deemed uncouth could bring instant shame on her family.
One way that Kuwait got around this was to have restaurants equipped with “cabinas,” private dining rooms where dating would take place behind literal closed doors.