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"You don’t waste any time,” she added, explaining that there is a transparency to the way she dates that she doesn’t see mirrored by her non-Muslim friends.
Her videos are very well-received, with viewers often praising Hussein for her confidence and her bubbly persona.
Caught between their 21st century lives and the expectations of an older generation, many British Muslim women find themselves struggling to find the right partner.
Asha Hussein started her You Tube channel, Asha Everyday, in 2015 and has since been giving viewers an honest insight into her life as a young Muslim woman.
While sex might only be an option for Hussein once she’s in a marital relationship, she hopes that her videos will encourage fellow Muslim women to be more open with one another about sex, regardless of whether they’re sexually active or not.
Hussein also thinks that dating as a Muslim woman might be easier in certain regards, explaining that her non-Muslim friends are always complaining to her about relationship problems that she will never have to endure.
Hanaan, who has been looking for a wife for five years attempts to backtrack, but Nayera explains that she believes domestic responsibilities and financial commitments should be shared equally between two parents, adding: 'It is not feasible in this day and age to survive on one parent working.' The pair - who were matched through a Muslim marriage site - soon realise they don't share the same values about the role of a woman in the household.
The issue of raising children proves particularly contentious, as Hanaan explains he would not leave his job to help.'I will be straight up, if I have a child with my wife and she is working I would expect her to prioritise the kids.