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By continuing to use this website, you agree to their use. Another scene that got under my skin was when he pushes her onto the bed and physically hurts her. To find out more, including how to control cookies, see here: The damsel in distress, the male hero, the jealous love-rival. Not just because I get to constantly remind myself how beautiful Lebanon is, but because of all the romance, drama and action that takes place simultaneously. This site uses cookies. I will talk about a few examples that quite frankly made me sick.

Yet when his sister-in-law is suspected of having an affair, all hell breaks loose. The last time I checked, aggressive jealousy was nothing short of domestic abuse, again romanticising it, particularly since Amar continues to chase after him and cry and scream about how much she loves him. Again, another horrible example for young women who may find themselves in that same situation, with MTV clearly condoning victim precipitation. This site uses cookies. To find out more, including how to control cookies, see here: There is nothing artistic in the romanticisation of domestic abuse, and I hope this post will open your eyes when watching Arab dramas. I find this very difficult to accept, particularly in a society where domestic violence is so prevalent and indeed alive. Imagine a victim watching the show, or worse, being able to relate to the characters, justifying the situation in the same manner the actors are.

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Another scene that got under my skin was when he pushes her onto the bed and physically hurts her. If a man compares you to another woman by bashing her, you should find this cute and romantic and immediately commence to think about marrying him.

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Not a problem with that. Not just because I get to constantly remind myself how beautiful Lebanon is, but because of all the romance, drama and action that takes place simultaneously.

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By continuing to use this website, you agree to their use. Again, another horrible example for young women who may find themselves in that same situation, with MTV clearly condoning victim precipitation.

The last time I checked, aggressive jealousy was nothing short of domestic abuse, again romanticising it, particularly since Amar continues to chase after him and cry and scream about how much she loves him.

Imagine an abuser, watching it with their victim, pointing out how romantic his jealousy is and how normal it is to behave in such a manner. I could ramble on forever about this. The damsel in distress, the male hero, the jealous love-rival. We get it, daddy is a macho-male nothing wrong with cqst

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I will talk about a few examples that quite frankly made me sick. Where the problem for me lies is that the rivalry is almost a competition about who can physically hurt the other more, as though the more violent one is the true alpha male.

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Despite all the heartbreak that we witnessed from the grieving and traumatised wife, she was expected, as a woman, to accept his letter at the end and smile that her husband literally just abandoned her and her kids, setting a horrible a,ar for young women and their position in relationships — dormant welcome mats. I find this very difficult to accept, particularly in a society where domestic violence is so prevalent and indeed alive.

Yet when his sister-in-law is suspected of having an affair, all hell breaks loose. There is nothing artistic castt the romanticisation of domestic abuse, and I hope this post will open your eyes when watching Arab dramas.

Yes, I understand the amqr of her father was trying to be realistic. I thought we had moved past that decades ago? To find out more, including how to control cookies, see here: Imagine a victim watching the show, or worse, being able to relate to the characters, justifying the situation in the same manner the actors are.

This goes hand in hand with the stereotypes that Arab producers seem to adore fulfilling.