He has clearly told me that he loves me and there is nothing holding him back from our marriage except for his parents. Maybe even in his parents home if thats what they wanted. Is there any way I can help my boyfriend make his own decision without feeling complete shame and guilt?
Am I wrong to ask him to marry me without his parents permission? I am so accommodating to his culture and lifestyle.
In the same way, and I must stress this again, I AM NOT BEING FORCED TO DON ANY CLOTHES I DO NOT CHOOSE TO WEAR.
Now; even though nothing in forced upon anyone, it is still a relatively conservative culture.
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His mother told him no because she wants him to marry a Kuwaiti girl.
Now he is telling me that no matter how he looks at it he will be disobeying his parents.
Kuwaiti people themselves are not all wearing hijab (headscarves) and even less are wearing abayas and niqaab (the veil) on a daily basis.
In Kuwaiti culture it is emphasized that the decision about how much of your body to cover is a personal one between you and God.