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Before you go all, ‘you don’t know what you’re talking about on me’ you should know that I compiled this list with the help of about 10 different LEBANESE people, sprinkling in a few of my own experiences here and there. Factors to take into consideration when determining compatibility are usually in this order: Religion, Social Status, Educational Status, Political Party, Attraction, Sense of Humor, Values, and that thing called LOVE. Many relationships develop in cars and parking lots (a favorite being the Dbayeh Marina), as most young people live at home with their parents until they are married (and sometimes even after they’re married! ), or have one of their mutual friends introduce them.
I’m well aware that this list isn’t going to include everyone, but I’m going for the most typical thoughts, behaviors, and views here. Is it accurate, totally inaccurate, or somewhere in between? This could mean that two people will stare at each other the whole night, but neither one will make the move unless facilitated by a third party. That being said, once contact has been made.“dating/getting to know each other” takes place over Facebook, MSN, Gmail chat/BBM since casual dating is difficult because everywhere you go in Lebanon, you are bound to run into someone you know..which makes you define the relationship too soon into it.
Nadine Moawad, an activist for women's rights and technology who is running the camp, said: "I want to close the gender gap in technology which is very pronounced in Lebanon.
Owners import women, usually from Eastern Europe or Morocco, to work in their clubs under an "artist" visa.
It’s understood, however, that "artist" is really just a euphemism for "prostitute." Lebanese law stipulates that these women can enter the country only after signing an employment contract, which has to be approved by the Directorate of General Security.
Although the women come voluntarily, it’s not clear how many of them understand what their job will actually entail.
According to Jad, most know what they’re getting into.
"We are trying to break these myths and give girls the option to do technology at college or in their careers." Statistics on opportunities for women in technology in Lebanon are hard to come by, but a 2010 study of Facebook membership carried out by Spot On Public Relations and reported in Online Marketing Trends showed women were more active in Lebanon than other countries of Middle East and North Africa, but behind Europe and the United States.