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Usama Khilji of Bholo Bhi, an organization that promotes internet freedom and privacy, says that shopkeepers who sell SIM cards and top-up prepaid phones share women's numbers for some extra cash or even just for fun."From what I understand," says Khiliji, "I think it's just desperate people getting a hold of a number and saying this number belongs to a female and lets just call them up and see if they'll be my friend, so to speak. Before I blocked his number, I thought I'd try to reason with him. So I thought I'd call him up to see if this SMS poet might be eloquent enough to explain himself.It's probably also them getting access to where the phones are registered and saying it's a girl, let's just try my luck."Nighat Dad, head of the Digital Rights Foundation, a kind of technological civil rights organization, is puzzled by the digital courtship."Why so many harassing texts? "Why do men feel the need to send a woman a text over and over and over and over? This is all I got: "The subscriber you called is busy at the moment.It’s kind of an obsession we have in the Arab community, well one of many at least, but curiosity over each others’ love lives drives afternoon tea gossip with Arab mothers around the globe.However, one that seems to strike everyone, even baffle them is the fact that Arab women will date outside of their race. For many Arab women the choice to date non-Arabs comes from a variety of reasons, mainly the fact that they’re attracted to that person on a physical, emotional and mental level.Meet other single adults in Pakistan like you - whether you are a single parent, divorced, separated, or have never been married.

Things like: "I really like you." "I'm a sincere guy." "I want to make a long relationship with you."How do men get women's numbers in the first place? This mystery sender compared his all-weather love for me to the seasons.

It's an experience common to many women in Pakistan."It's really creating a mess for most of the people over here," says Wagma Sirshar, Ali's classmate.

She says friendship texts are more than just an annoyance."It's really a big deal," she says.

Please call back later."I called him a few times a day for a few days straight. I guess he's just too busy writing me love poems to actually talk.

There has been a live and let live ambience in the city for several decades.

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