Nowadays they try too hard to limit their children's social exposure, especially towards the opposite sex. They believe it is an is not good for us after all? I've spent time with both the ultra-old-fashioned and the ultra-modern young boys and girls, and I fear I spotted no "traditional values" in either of them.
Hey Tehman, do you tell your Mom and Dad before going to meet your girl? But I think most parents are no longer naive about these issues. But don’t trends like dating and pre-marital sex run counter to our culture? That is why most of the middle-class households, apart from conservatives of course, remain against it.
Hey, add Lawrence Gardens, Race-Course Park and Model Town Park too in the list. It is situated slightly away from the Lahore city, a good thing since it keeps you away from the prying eyes of uncles and aunties. Couples like isolated, dimly-lit parking lots and streets in Defense, Gulberg, and Model Town etc . Oh, I thought Heera Mandi was the place for that... I believe we are social and sexual beings, and interaction between the sexes is extremely important for our growth as individuals, as a society and for a mobilized youth.
Cafes and restaurants at Gulberg and Defense are wildly popular. However, I've heard of instances, generally in the Defense Housing Society, of complete strangers getting to know each other in music stores. Given the uncalled interference of the extremist Islamic student bodies there, the is on a very basic level. It is difficult to be friendly with girls when such "watchdogs" are around.
But right mood, food and style are important to the moneyed love-birds. You have to understand there is a diverse mix of young adults in Pakistani society, ranging from ultra-conservatives to the ultra-modernized. It is not like you could just walk up to the girl and start singing to her. The government colleges have a very conservative culture but boys and girls interact even there.
Things are relaxed in numbered colleges and universities, which are mostly private and cater to the largely affluent students.
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Wonder what you mean by "mature and healthy manner".