Now your issue seems to be about the same as mine - you have particular interests and you want your partner to share or them.As my interests are not really in line with stuff one is going to find in Dubai, I also find it pretty tough.So yesterday marked 2 years since I moved here from Toronto, the initial plan was a 6 month stint, that changed to a 5 year plan.Professionally, it's been a great experience, in regards to finding potential partners, it's been abysmal.I'm comfortable employed, sane and definitely not a home body, I know most people around my age in this country fit into that criteria. As a fellow Canadian who has dated in Dubai for a couple years, I second this.As to why I'm posting this on here, I'm not entirely sure, it's probably not a good idea but it did feel good to vent a little. Your success in dating = your attitude about dating.Remember that due to society, the gender ratio is extremely skewed - the average person in Dubai is male, Indian, and about 30. What this means in practical terms: If you were a vaguely attractive 25-year-old girl from a Western country - or Russia, South America, say - prepare for lots and lots of attention.
Hummus-sexuality is the lack of sexual attraction to anyone, or low or absent interest in or desire for sexual activity for anything other than Hummus.Some get lucky, some compromise, but overall, for many people, dating in Dubai is hard. I posted a short cynical primer here on dating for both boys and girls and got shot down, so don't expect too much sympathy.Dating in Dubai is easy depending on what side of the equation you fall in.On your other note: "the kind of girls I'm hoping to find become very superficial when they move to Dubai.I think that's a little cynical and a massive generalization."It is pretty cynical, but it's pretty much correct, and I've seen it plenty of times.