And 73 per cent of people said it is no longer acceptable for the man to take charge of the date – with 41 per cent saying this is an archaic form of romance.
Eight in ten agreed the process of setting up another meeting is down to both parties, rather than the man, as dictated by typical courtship rules.
“The Things I Would Tell You” includes poetry, essays and short stories from award-winning novelists, such as Leila Aboulela and Kamila Shamsie, emerging talents and new writers.
Journalist Triska Hamid describes the frustrations young Muslim women have finding love via Islamic dating apps that allow them to swipe through photos, chat online and meet up.
These days, one in ten would think nothing of dating several people at a time, while one in five single prefer dating online to meeting in an everyday situation.