I was talking about Muslim dating sites and hot Muslim guys with my Lebanese friend and she told me an interesting thing about Islam. Apparently, men (maybe this goes for women, too, but I don’t know) have to be completely clean in order to pray. This means they can’t talk to God unless they’ve washed their hands. The cleansing process is a little more in-depth than simply washing your hands though. The entire body has to be clean. My friend joked that even if a guy has cleaned properly and then accidentally farts, he’s got to go through the process all over again before he can pray.
I find this interesting because of the fact that Muslims pray so often. This results in an immaculate male population. It’s like they are religiously-enforced metrosexuals. Being religious is mistakenly seen as being backward or non-progressive, often in terms of gender differences. However, in this case, traditional values couldn’t be more progressive on that front. Muslim men must abide to standards of cleanliness and hygiene that are unfortunately neglected by the typical male of the Western world.
I hope you have already realized where I’m going with this. Muslim guys = well-groomed appearance. Muslim guys = appetizing aromas. Muslim guys = clean, healthy skin. Muslim guys = hot, hot, hot!
Of course, you definitely must love darker skin (not to mention the fact that a lot of them have beards). The color of a guy’s skin has never been a problem for me (and facial hair is masculine, although have to confess that the full-on, thick beard isn’t my style). Of course, the major downside to any religion is that members are not in the habit of leaving the pack, which means gals like me who have a fancy for the exotic are a bit out of luck. This isn’t a universal rule, of course, but just don’t get your hopes up. To tell you the truth, I’m a tad jealous of all you Muslim women who have first dibs on these prime examples of groomed guys. All I can say is that you better appreciate what your religion has to offer. I know I sure do.