How would you assess the heterosexual gender dynamics in Egyptian society through its dating culture?

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Ghada Abdel Aal, I Want to Get Married! One Wannabe Bride’s Misadventures with Handsome Houdinis, Technicolor Grooms, Morality Police, and Other Mr. Not Quite Rights. Trans. Nora Eltahawy. Austin: University of Texas Press, 2010. Read: the Introduction; the Translator Note; “On Delicacy and Femininity”, pp. 21-25; “Yes, Love… No, Love”, pp. 31-36; “In Defense of the Egyptian Woman… The Bully”, pp. 45-50; “How to Hunt Down a Groom”, 95-101; “A-Hunting We Go!”, pp. 101-108; “Why Pay More… When You Can Pay Less?”, pp. 137-142; “That Noha Chick Is Engaged!….. Whhhhyyy?”, pp. 150-155; “A Final Word”, pp. 159.
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How would you assess the heterosexual gender dynamics in Egyptian society through its dating culture, as described by Ghada Abdel Aal? How useful is her personal account as a source for understanding gender dynamics in Egyptian society, especially considering the writing genre (a personal blog), and its humorous, but candid, style? What are the advantages of relying on this kind of source for understanding social realities? What are the dangers?

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